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Spider
07-15-2004, 11:14 AM
Go back to what I said about my Knock on manning I was on manning for his Presnap bullShiat , not his playoff losses , or interceptions ....... As for me quoting Slap , I agree that was the case in why McNabb didnt play well ........ See you and Yavoon want everything to fit in a stat , Football doesnt work that way , you can make a Prefect read , make the perfect throw , your reciver runs the perfect route , but lets the ball pop off his shoulder into the CB hands and it is a pick it is late in the 4 th quarter costing you the game ...... Who fault is it ?
The QB gets the stat of an interception ........ Does that mean the QB sucks ?
of course not ....... you and Yavoon have to learn the game of football .......
Here is an Idea all that smart wad you braged about wasting on Sheep.... errr backside of Montana women ....... Go get some back .... you need it

yavoon
07-15-2004, 11:19 AM
Go back to what I said about my Knock on manning I was on manning for his Presnap bullShiat , not his playoff losses , or interceptions ....... As for me quoting Slap , I agree that was the case in why McNabb didnt play well ........ See you and Yavoon want everything to fit in a stat , Football doesnt work that way , you can make a Prefect read , make the perfect throw , your reciver runs the perfect route , but lets the ball pop off his shoulder into the CB hands and it is a pick it is late in the 4 th quarter costing you the game ...... Who fault is it ?
The QB gets the stat of an interception ........ Does that mean the QB sucks ?
of course not ....... you and Yavoon have to learn the game of football .......
Here is an Idea all that smart wad you braged about wasting on Sheep.... errr backside of Montana women ....... Go get some back .... you need it

u want everything to fit in a flimsy opinion and singular anecdote. thats far more laughable than actually attempting to analyze anything.

and as for "unfortunate circumstances" generally in statistics it is assumed that luck plays itself to zero over a long enuff period of time. while this is not always a precise assumption it is generally a good assumption and when used one can arrive at useful information that can be applied successfully in the field.

instead of the other way, whining about luck and then not arriving at anything more useful than a haphazard opinion of what u like/dont like about someone.

Rohirrim
07-15-2004, 11:21 AM
I hate Peyton's guts. I can't wait to see DJ clean his effing clock!

Spider
07-15-2004, 11:29 AM
u want everything to fit in a flimsy opinion and singular anecdote. thats far more laughable than actually attempting to analyze anything.

and as for "unfortunate circumstances" generally in statistics it is assumed that luck plays itself to zero over a long enuff period of time. while this is not always a precise assumption it is generally a good assumption and when used one can arrive at useful information that can be applied successfully in the field.

instead of the other way, whining about luck and then not arriving at anything more useful than a haphazard opinion of what u like/dont like about someone.
Who is whinning ?
Flimsy ......... What Part is Flimsy ?
you are an Idiot , not my fault .......
See go back to my Knock on Manning , I didnt knock his Throwing , or his reads , I knocked his Presnap Bull , you cant see a QB drop back and look at his Mechanics , so you go with Stats .......
So much figures into a Good QB , the Oline , Running Game Recievers ......
Even down to the Game plan and the system .......
Some day you will see that football isnt a stats game ........

Northman
07-15-2004, 12:57 PM
I think u got carried away w/ ur fervor, no1 has ever said manning has no1 to throw it to. then again manning made <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133424" target="_blank">Brandon Stokley</a> look like a deep threat.


heh, so did Trent Dilfer but that aint saying much now is it?

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 01:01 PM
heh, so did Trent Dilfer but that aint saying much now is it?

Yeah bud, Dilfer made him look like a deep threat in one play of one game. :drown:

Northman
07-15-2004, 01:02 PM
yah like not turning the ball over in a playoff game in the redzone on a game winning drive in the fourth.

oh wait mcnabb did that.


where was Peytons heroics against the Pats?

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 01:04 PM
where was Peytons heroics against the Pats?

They're changing the way the game is played because of that game. Fact. What about that?

Northman
07-15-2004, 01:04 PM
Yeah bud, Dilfer made him look like a deep threat in one play of one game. :drown:


still giving manning the handjob eh OZO? man, you really must be in love. Hilarious!

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 01:06 PM
still giving manning the handjob eh OZO? man, you really must be in love. Hilarious!

All hail the greek goddess of poison. If running with slaps jokes is the best you can do. Well......

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:10 PM
All hail the greek goddess of poison. If running with slaps jokes is the best you can do. Well......
Let me ask you Ozo what part of Manning game do think is his best part ?

Northman
07-15-2004, 01:11 PM
All hail the greek goddess of poison. If running with slaps jokes is the best you can do. Well......


uh? who said i was joking?

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 01:14 PM
McNair is twice the QB Manning will ever be because he's a better overall QB than Manning.




Uhhh McNair is twice the QB cause I said so....uhhhhh so that makes it fact.


That is impressive....Not only better, but "twice the QB" and you really backed that up with a very impressive argument.

Don't forgot to tell us how he is the toughest player in the game....far tougher than Farve. That is my favorite bed time story.

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 01:23 PM
Let me ask you Ozo what part of Manning game do think is his best part ?


The fact he knows his offense better than anyone else and knows his opponents defense better than most of the guys playing in it. That allows him to exploit their holes quickly when opportunities present and allows him to get the ball where it needs to be quickly so they aren't taking sacks and fumbling the ball away ala Culpepper (6), McNair(6), Brooks (11), Brady (5) while Manning lost 1.

Everyone likes to talk about his lack of mobility yet it is the guys with the mobility and lack of ability to make quick decisions that are getting dropped and turnover the ball.

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 01:23 PM
Let me ask you Ozo what part of Manning game do think is his best part ?

Best part: Quick decison making, movement in the pocket, blind side awareness and toughness. To name a few.
Worst part: The long handoffs are not good IMO.
Neautral :Signal calls. No mater what arguments are made. They expose the blitz. The reason why N.E. decided on an all out attack on the Colts receivers is because Belichich couldn't rely on blitz's anymore.

crazyhorse
07-15-2004, 01:26 PM
I would take Carr to QB the Broncos in a heart beat ......
But no way do the texans let Carr go .......

Let me get this straight.

You told me that Jake Plummer is as good as Joe Montana. Saying that Bill Walsh said so, and that it must be true.

If you would take Carr over Plummer, then you must feel that David Carr is better than Joe Montana.

Is that true?

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 01:26 PM
Best part: toughness.


That is for sure...He is tough and plays smart which has allowed him to take every snap and not put his team in jeopardy of having Billy Volek, Kurt Kittner, Doug Johnson, Danny Kannell's of the world under center and throwing away your season.

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:33 PM
Best part: Quick decison making, movement in the pocket, blind side awareness and toughness. To name a few.

Ok , But to deny that Harrison isnt a big part of that is a stretch , I said earlier that Manning makes Harrison as much as Harrison makes Manning , and his oline does play a big role in Mannings pocket presents ...... Ans Manning does have the Marino Shuffle , Although I wouldnt call it quick , but it is quick enough ...........
Worst part: The long handoffs are not good IMO

I agree I nailed that one several post ago
Neautral :Signal calls. No mater what arguments are made. They expose the blitz. The reason why N.E. decided on an all out attack on the Colts receivers is because Belichich couldn't rely on blitz's anymore.

Here is where we part company , I think the Presnap read does more harm then good .......While what manning does works in a 2 minute Drill , I think it realy takes its toll on the olinemen , and the presnap posturing manning does isnt anymore effective then hot reads , for example , look how denver did Vs the Pats with Kanell .....
Now that the obvious is out of the way .......
I realy like Mannings mechanics , and his footwork is well within his frame , physicaly I cant find much wrong with the QB Manning , What I do find fault in is the way manning manages a game ........

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:37 PM
Let me get this straight.

You told me that <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/1003" target="_blank">Jake Plummer</a> is as good as Joe Montana. Saying that Bill Walsh said so, and that it must be true.

If you would take Carr over Plummer, then you must feel that <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/306268" target="_blank">David Carr</a> is better than Joe Montana.

Is that true?
Sure But Plummer has 7 years in ...... Carr is young , Carr is a QB of the future ...... Jake is damn good , I am not knocking jake , but Carr is far better then Kanell , and would be an excellent back up for 3 -5 Years and lets see where plummer is then ......

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 01:39 PM
Unfortunately for guys like you and the media that is more important than being able to read a defense and hit a WR in stride.

Maybe if he worked a little more on trying to complete at least 60% of his passes instead of dunking over the cross bar he might someday break 3400 yards passing and sneak over 20 passing TD's again. But then again Ozzie Smith got in on the first ballot cause of popularity from a back flip so maybe dunking over the cross bar is more important.



Our pal Anus Z was struggling to debate this in a public forum but he did manage to make this brilliant post on a negative rep response to this post:

"what complete garbage. maybe if his recievers actually caught the damn thing he would have a better percentage. idiot."


Thought I would share with you for your enjoyment.

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 01:45 PM
Ans Manning does have the Marino Shuffle ..


Marino doesn't deserve to be in the same world as Manning when it come ball handling....Manning works very hard to carryout play action fakes and carry out pass fakes once he has handed it off....Marino was so sloppy and woeful with his ball handling to the RB that when they were running play action it was immediately obvious as he would make no effort to carry out the fake like a real handoff. He would just do some sloppy half a$$ fake that you could read play action in a tenth of a second. And people wondered why they couldn't ever establish the run while Marino was in Miami.

Manning studies his own film to make sure his play action fakes are carried out exactly like his real handoffs.

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:48 PM
Marino doesn't deserve to be in the same world as Manning when it come ball handling....Manning works very hard to carryout play action fakes and carry out pass fakes once he has handed it off....Marino was so sloppy and woeful with his ball handling to the RB that when they were running play action it was immediately obvious as he would make no effort to carry out the fake like a real handoff. He would just do some sloppy half a$$ fake that you could read play action in a tenth of a second. And people wondered why they couldn't ever establish the run while Marino was in Miami.

Manning studies his own film to make sure his play action fakes are carried out exactly like his real handoffs.
Oh Bullshiat , first off look how I referenced Manning and Marino , Has nothing to do with anything you are babbling about goof .... Grow up already
Damn you act as if I said your boyfriend was a bum .......
Oh and BYW as for throwing the Ball , Manning has long ways to go to Catch Marino ............

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:49 PM
Our pal Anus Z was struggling to debate this in a public forum but he did manage to make this brilliant post on a negative rep response to this post:

"what complete garbage. maybe if his recievers actually caught the damn thing he would have a better percentage. idiot."


Thought I would share with you for your enjoyment.
you are such a Drama Queen ............

Northman
07-15-2004, 01:54 PM
Our pal Anus Z was struggling to debate this in a public forum but he did manage to make this brilliant post on a negative rep response to this post:

"what complete garbage. maybe if his recievers actually caught the damn thing he would have a better percentage. idiot."


Thought I would share with you for your enjoyment.


in the words of Ace Ventura: why dont you cry about it? Hilarious!

your idiocy has proven my point as i also posted a similiar response in this thread. but lets go even further by saying that Manning, Green, and Bulger have something in common, good offensive lines. and for the exception of green the other two have great wideouts with lots of speed. ever hear the term ' speed kills '? as far as Peytons toughness, we shall see as he hardly gets touched. not his fault of course but that proves his offensive line is doing their job. aside from this year withstanding, just like the broncos line can plug in any back and get a thousand yd runner the same can be said for the colts, queefs,and Rams O-lines. plug in any Qb and that guy will have a great year. its just common sense at this point.

Northman
07-15-2004, 01:58 PM
And people wondered why they couldn't ever establish the run while Marino was in Miami.

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hahaha! your dismissed. Marino never had a running back you dope. if Ricky Williams had been a part of that team while Marino was there he would have a ring. had nothing to do with fake the handoff, so by your idiotic logic here the only team the can do a fake handoff is the colts correct? like that is the secret to Peyton's success? bwahhhhh!

Spider
07-15-2004, 01:59 PM
hahaha! your dismissed. Marino never had a running back you dope. if <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133448" target="_blank">Ricky Williams</a> had been a part of that team while Marino was there he would have a ring. had nothing to do with fake the handoff, so by your idiotic logic here the only team the can do a fake handoff is the colts correct? like that is the secret to Peyton's success? bwahhhhh!
LOL .......... Nappy comes through with another great take

Northman
07-15-2004, 02:05 PM
LOL .......... Nappy comes through with another great take


unfortuantely, what is really sad is that Nappyhair is making Khinz look like a genius.

Spider
07-15-2004, 02:12 PM
unfortuantely, what is really sad is that Nappyhair is making Khinz look like a genius.
ouch LOL

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 02:15 PM
you are such a Drama Queen ............



you are a two bit hilljack offers little to any thread other than a bunch of these: LOL

Spider
07-15-2004, 02:17 PM
you are a two bit hilljack offers little to any thread other than a bunch of these: LOL
Oh Now no need to be testy ......... I always beat you down ......

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 02:22 PM
hahaha! your dismissed. Marino never had a running back you dope. if <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133448" target="_blank"><a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/133448" target="_blank">Ricky Williams</a></a> had been a part of that team while Marino was there he would have a ring. had nothing to do with fake the handoff,


assuming you and spide can rub two nickels together to come up with a tv go back and look at some Marino tape. In five minutes you might double your football knowledge.



Oh, I almost forgot to put one of these in my post to make it really special like Spides: Hilarious!

Northman
07-15-2004, 02:26 PM
assuming you and spide can rub two nickels together to come up with a tv go back and look at some Marino tape. In five minutes you might double your football knowledge.



Oh, I almost forgot to put one of these in my post to make it really special like Spides: Hilarious!


Nappy, you take your trollism to whole new level. i dont need to look at Marino tape to see all the records he holds moron. how bout you go look at all the allpro running backs he has had and then come tell me that he should have a ring? do you actually think before you flap your gums or is the slober your spewing getting in your eyes?

Spider
07-15-2004, 02:26 PM
assuming you and spide can rub two nickels together to come up with a tv go back and look at some Marino tape. In five minutes you might double your football knowledge.



Oh, I almost forgot to put one of these in my post to make it really special like Spides: Hilarious!
Ha! I think you should follow your own advice ........
Just like When I said Manning has the Marino Shuffle , you went off like some High school girl in Love with Manning and ball handling ....... Had nothing to do wit hwhat I was talking about ......

Northman
07-15-2004, 02:29 PM
Ha! I think you should follow your own advice ........
Just like When I said Manning has the Marino Shuffle , you went off like some High school girl in Love with Manning and ball handling ....... Had nothing to do wit hwhat I was talking about ......


Nappy spins faster than his favorite record at this point. this clown has been on this board for a while and has had nothing of value to add. he must have been banished from the planet for being a closet Manning fan.

NaptownChief
07-15-2004, 02:30 PM
Nappy, you take your trollism to whole new level. i dont need to look at Marino tape to see all the records he holds moron. how bout you go look at all the allpro running backs he has had and then come tell me that he should have a ring? do you actually think before you flap your gums or is the slober your spewing getting in your eyes?


and maybe there is a damn good reason why nobody estblished themselves as an all pro RB while he was under center....have you moved out of your parents basement yet?

Spider
07-15-2004, 02:35 PM
Nappy spins faster than his favorite record at this point. this clown has been on this board for a while and has had nothing of value to add. he must have been banished from the planet for being a closet Manning fan.
When we mentioned Manning wasnt prefect , Nappy lost his urge to masterbait ........... And now there will be hell to pay ;D

Northman
07-15-2004, 02:38 PM
and maybe there is a damn good reason why nobody estblished themselves as an all pro RB while he was under center....have you moved out of your parents basement yet?


oh, your still here? ok, well the reason why they've never had a allpro back is because THEY NEVER HAD ONE TO BEGIN WITH. let me guess, Bobby Humphrey was supposed to be their savior right? talk about doing some research. lets see, the great Don Shula couldnt find a back for Danny to help take the load off, another super bowl winning coach in Jimmie Johnson couldnt find a RB to help him ( after many, many trys ) and finally Davey Boy was able to get a allpro back only it was much too late for Danny. like your life, your logic is flawed and here's why.

John Elway was always missing a final piece of the puzzle for most of his career. can you guess what it was Nappy? ill give you three guesses....nevermind, you would take to long. he needed a RB and what happened when he got one Nappyboy? whoa, oh my gosh, John got a ****ing ring! but what did John have to do for most of his career to succeed genius? yea, thats right, he had to carry the load and do a lot of scrambling because of the lack of or very average running game. the same can be said for Marino, he had no running game so he had to CARRY THE LOAD. now, i want you to cut and paste this to your clipboard as a reminder on how to know your football history. OWNED.

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 05:43 PM
oh, your still here? ok, well the reason why they've never had a allpro back is because THEY NEVER HAD ONE TO BEGIN WITH. let me guess, Bobby Humphrey was supposed to be their savior right? talk about doing some research. lets see, the great Don Shula couldnt find a back for Danny to help take the load off, another super bowl winning coach in Jimmie Johnson couldnt find a RB to help him ( after many, many trys ) and finally Davey Boy was able to get a allpro back only it was much too late for Danny. like your life, your logic is flawed and here's why.

John Elway was always missing a final piece of the puzzle for most of his career. can you guess what it was Nappy? ill give you three guesses....nevermind, you would take to long. he needed a RB and what happened when he got one Nappyboy? whoa, oh my gosh, John got a ****ing ring! but what did John have to do for most of his career to succeed genius? yea, thats right, he had to carry the load and do a lot of scrambling because of the lack of or very average running game. the same can be said for Marino, he had no running game so he had to CARRY THE LOAD. now, i want you to cut and paste this to your clipboard as a reminder on how to know your football history. OWNED.


Oh OK, so now were talking sh*t about Manning and defending Marino. hmmm... This is a joke right?

ozomulsion
07-15-2004, 05:48 PM
uh? who said i was joking?

I didn't give you credit for making a joke bro. I said you took Slap's joke and ran with it. As if you could come up with a funny joke on your own.

yavoon
07-15-2004, 09:59 PM
Best part: Quick decison making, movement in the pocket, blind side awareness and toughness. To name a few.
Worst part: The long handoffs are not good IMO.
Neautral :Signal calls. No mater what arguments are made. They expose the blitz. The reason why N.E. decided on an all out attack on the Colts receivers is because Belichich couldn't rely on blitz's anymore.

long handoffs are part of the sell on the PA.

fontaine
07-16-2004, 02:18 AM
Uhhh McNair is twice the QB cause I said so....uhhhhh so that makes it fact.


That is impressive....Not only better, but "twice the QB" and you really backed that up with a very impressive argument.

Don't forgot to tell us how he is the toughest player in the game....far tougher than Farve. That is my favorite bed time story.

You know it's interesting that you would attack my opinion. In my post (post 232) I specifically said that I'm not going to try and refute your opinions cause your entitled to them. That's your choice.

What I did do, however, was refute your claims that "Manning would probably have a ring or two" if he had McNair's defense by, God forbid, actually backing up my post with facts and stats pointing to how Indy's D and Tennesse's D were actually very close in terms of yards allowed and points per game allowed for the past two years. Indy's D was actually better than the Titans in 2002 but of course you ignored that.

Go back to my post to see that. Once again I'm not arguing with your opinions but how you try and claim Manning would have won a ring or two if he had McNair's D. The facts just don't back that up. But then again all you did was take one line out of my post (my opinion) and try and attack that, instead of actually addressing the rest of it. You can't argue with facts, just my opinions right?
Uhh

fontaine
07-16-2004, 02:32 AM
Here NapTownchief I'll make it real simple for you:
NapTownChief wrote:
If McNair were saddled with the Colts D and Manning had the Titans the past several years Manning would probably have a ring or two and McNair's teams would struggle to sniff the playoffs. Just my worthless opinion however

2003:
Indy Defense:
299.3 Yards per game (11th)
21 Points Per game

Titan's D:
306 Yards per game (12th)
20.3 Points per game

2002:
Indy Defense:
306.8 Yards per game (8th)
19.6 Points Per game

Titan's D:
310 Yards per game (10th)
20.3 Points per game


You want to tell us all again how McNair wouldn't even "sniff the playoffs" if he had Manning's D (which was actually better than what McNair had)?

In 2002 while Manning's team was getting beat down 41-0 by the Jets in the wild card playoffs, McNair was leading his injury riddled O-Line missing Eddie George and their number 2 WR to the AFC Championship.

Northman
07-16-2004, 01:03 PM
Here NapTownchief I'll make it real simple for you:
NapTownChief wrote:


2003:
Indy Defense:
299.3 Yards per game (11th)
21 Points Per game

Titan's D:
306 Yards per game (12th)
20.3 Points per game

2002:
Indy Defense:
306.8 Yards per game (8th)
19.6 Points Per game

Titan's D:
310 Yards per game (10th)
20.3 Points per game


You want to tell us all again how McNair wouldn't even "sniff the playoffs" if he had Manning's D (which was actually better than what McNair had)?

In 2002 while Manning's team was getting beat down 41-0 by the Jets in the wild card playoffs, McNair was leading his injury riddled O-Line missing <a href="http://www.nfl.com/players/playerpage/1174" target="_blank">Eddie George</a> and their number 2 WR to the AFC Championship.



wait! i think i see Nappy crawling back to his doghouse with his tail between his legs. thwack

Tredici
07-16-2004, 01:33 PM
Well, in all fairness Naptown did mention his opinion was worthless.

-Slap-
07-16-2004, 03:13 PM
Well, in all fairness Naptown did mention his opinion was worthless.

He's still giving himself too much credit.

Arkie
03-20-2012, 06:46 PM
Just what jocks need, some ESPN clown in this new "Hot Seat" that Disney cooked up to make Athletes look foolish by throwing them rediculous questions rapid fire. From what I understand, he was goaded into the comment anyway. Chalk another one up for a network that has steadily become more and more rediculous despite more game programming.

Even Berman has seemed to become infected, complaining that a particuliar home run didn't allow him to say "Back Back Back" only three times, like that isn't worn out enough allready.

Then we had to listen to "Booya" a million times before Stewie seems to have put in the closet.

I am not even going near the incredibly hostile new NBA analyst who appears mad at the whole world, or, well, part of it.

What was so wrong with Peyton saying he was the best? I don't think he's that awesome, but who's better? He had a pretty crappy year when Griese went to the pro bowl if I remember right.

And Peyton stomping his foot and waving around like a lunatic in false audibles has stopped making teams go out of the proper defense.

Finally, the team spent way too much money on his contract. Agents and players keep thinking that salaries will keep going up like they did in the past. When Harrison's contract comes up, who is going to pay for it? The NFL doesn't have a luxury tax, thank God.

And another poster is right, Manning is horrible on play action and likes to hold the ball too long. He's a fine QB for sure so whatever. Both Elway, Marino and Favre were all better in their prime IMO.

Some of the backlash against Peyton revolves around his 38 million signing bonus which is rediculous, and Grandpa Archie down in the Bayou who is totally clueless at this point and made Eli look like a spoiled brat.

I don't know exactly what the imperitive to play for New York that has a bad team, bad weather, and a tyranical coach in Coughlin.

LOL

Pick Six
03-30-2012, 12:09 PM
LOL Reading Mock's posts always puts a smile on my face...:notworthy

DENVERDUI55
02-07-2013, 08:25 PM
Donovan McNabb will definitely win a Super Bowl before Peyton Manning.

I forgot how much this guy loved him some McNabb. He used to compare him to Elway. What ever happened to this poster?

nyuk nyuk
02-09-2013, 07:17 AM
PFM never said that. This is a troll thread.

Taco John
01-22-2014, 06:22 PM
THis thread is a pretty fun read...

TheManeMan
01-23-2014, 09:39 AM
Thanks for warming up the DeLorean TJ.

Spider naming David Carr in his top 5 QB's made me laugh pretty hard!

What ever happened to -Slap-?

Miss I.
01-25-2014, 08:56 AM
holy crap, this thread is hilarious. Wow, the Mane really did have some serious Manning hate going on in the day. Though to be fair, I have no doubt at some point one of my frequent idiotic statements will be brought up to haunt me.

Seabhac
01-25-2014, 08:27 PM
When does Peyton's AARP membership kick in?

As an aside - do you know what brand "depends" he wears these days.
Also some mild dementia seems to be kicking in....he is always wandering around saying "Omaha Omaha Omaha" like he lost a dog 50 years ago or something and he is only now realizing it

Miss I.
01-26-2014, 05:26 AM
Because I refuse to allow a douchenozzle Seahag idiot fan be the last word I will post again on this thread.

I HEART YOU PEYTON MANNING. You brought sexy back or something just as silly so this post can be used against me years in the future.