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RhymesayersDU
01-21-2007, 09:20 PM
I have never hated this guy, or been obsessed with him like this board has been. I've never wished him ill, or hoped he'd never win a championship. Never cared about his commercials, or his contract, or the shape of his head. I always thought he was a great QB.

But your team is down 18 points and you slide behind the line of scrimmage? What a pansy. Even if the Colts make a come back and win this game, Peyton is a douche bag.

Clockwork Orange
01-21-2007, 09:26 PM
1 TD & 6 INT's in the playoffs thus far. His vaunted offense hasn't scored a TD in the last 6 quarters. I'm just wondering who the Manning apologists will blame this time around.

Meck77
01-21-2007, 09:28 PM
At some point a QB just has to put his ass on the line for a game. I don't think Manning has the desire yet.

Breck Bronc
01-21-2007, 09:29 PM
1 TD & 6 INT's in the playoffs thus far. His vaunted offense hasn't scored a TD in the last 6 quarters. I'm just wondering who the Manning apologists will blame this time around.Naptown surely thinks it's Dungy's fault that the offense gives up more touchdowns than it scores these days.

ksBRONCOfan
01-21-2007, 09:30 PM
At some point a QB just has to put his ass on the line for a game. I don't think Manning has the desire yet.

Manning is a chicken S**T if he's not safe behind his line.

400HZ
01-21-2007, 09:30 PM
Obviously some rules need to be changed for next season.

ro_50
01-21-2007, 09:31 PM
Manning is playing like horsesh$t in this year's playoffs.

He's playing like a rookie.

RhymesayersDU
01-21-2007, 09:32 PM
Obviously some rules need to be changed for next season.

So true. We really need to take a long hard look at if defenders should be allowed to cross the line of scrimmage at all. It's just not right.

Natedog24
01-21-2007, 09:32 PM
I wish Denver could hand Peyton his ass like this one of these days

Play2win
01-21-2007, 09:33 PM
Brady is a effin' Flyboy...


All his model girlfriends are just leased cars park out in front of his house...

or in the garage...

Never to be taken for a ride...

SoCalBronco
01-21-2007, 09:36 PM
Dont worry Peyton, they're not booing, they're saying....Mooooooooo-vers.

WABronco
01-21-2007, 09:36 PM
I wish Denver could hand Peyton his ass like this one of these days

We did...a long, long, long time ago.

watermock
01-21-2007, 09:36 PM
http://img123.imageshack.us/img123/3164/therevkj4.jpg

They need to pull Manning and put in the Rev. to lay down the law.

Bronx33
01-21-2007, 09:40 PM
At some point a QB just has to put his ass on the line for a game. I don't think Manning has the desire yet.




Manning has been told since birth he was so good so often that he believes it sadly he doesn't have the tools to make it come true.

Meck77
01-21-2007, 09:40 PM
Word...I plan on meeting with Rev next week. I'm going to ask him if he can suit up for the Broncos next season.

Jason in LA
01-21-2007, 09:45 PM
I want to jump on the Manning chokes bandwagon, but in that first half it wasn't so much of him choking. It was more of the Pats DBs putting on a clinic. There were a number of passes that where on the money, and then a Pats DB knocks it away. I can't remember a group of DBs play that good in one half of football. Hell, they even know how to trip the WR right. Sometimes a player can do everything right, but the player on the other side of the ball just makes a better play.

BroncoInferno
01-21-2007, 09:49 PM
I want to jump on the Manning chokes bandwagon, but in that first half it wasn't so much of him choking. It was more of the Pats DBs putting on a clinic. There were a number of passes that where on the money, and then a Pats DB knocks it away. I can't remember a group of DBs play that good in one half of football. Hell, they even know how to trip the WR right. Sometimes a player can do everything right, but the player on the other side of the ball just makes a better play.

You know, That is a good point Jason. In particular there was the pass to Harrison that was aa perfect as he could have thrown it and it was tipped away. He hasn't been awful, but there is still time. He needs to come up big in the second half.

maven
01-21-2007, 09:50 PM
Game not over. I would expect these threads if the Colts lose the game.

Killericon
01-21-2007, 09:51 PM
You know, I wanted to cheer for the Colts, I really did. My smug jackass Pats Fan Friend has made me hate them like I hate the Cowboys...But you know what? When Asante picked off Manning Pass, I had a smile break out. I'm ashamed, but I hope the Pats continue to force feed Manning his own bull****.

Jason in LA
01-21-2007, 09:52 PM
Manning is heating up. They are back in it...for now.

watermock
01-21-2007, 09:53 PM
Ironically, the Rev. kinda looks like Deacon Jones...

Play2win
01-21-2007, 09:58 PM
You know, I really don't like the Colts. They aren't too removed from the qweefs and ratbirds as far as dislike, but I have to root against the pats. The pats are right up there with the qweefs, ratbirds and the faid as far as intense dislike...


I just hope Brokeback Brady fall on his face on this one ...

broncsyanks
01-21-2007, 11:04 PM
i agree about peyton everyone kisses his a$$ and he hasnt done anything yet.

Popps
01-21-2007, 11:07 PM
Peyton is a douche bag.

You, my friend... have just made Taco's **** list.

yavoon
01-21-2007, 11:23 PM
lol at this thread.

Sassy
01-21-2007, 11:28 PM
Freakin' Colts...

RhymesayersDU
01-21-2007, 11:31 PM
lol at this thread.

'LOL' all you want. Good for Manning, he played a tremendous 2nd half. But sliding behind the LOS and sacking himself was weak.

Killericon
01-21-2007, 11:34 PM
I still hate him, still think he's a douchebag, even if he beat the team that I hate more than any besides the Colts and Cowboys.

yavoon
01-21-2007, 11:34 PM
'LOL' all you want. Good for Manning, he played a tremendous 2nd half. But sliding behind the LOS and sacking himself was weak.

thank you, I will:).

Watchthemiddle
01-21-2007, 11:49 PM
I have never hated this guy, or been obsessed with him like this board has been. I've never wished him ill, or hoped he'd never win a championship. Never cared about his commercials, or his contract, or the shape of his head. I always thought he was a great QB.

But your team is down 18 points and you slide behind the line of scrimmage? What a pansy. Even if the Colts make a come back and win this game, Peyton is a douche bag.

You were saying?

Check out Manning now wearing that Nice bright shinny sparkling AFC Championship hat going to the Super Bowl.

Hilarious!

RhymesayersDU
01-21-2007, 11:57 PM
You were saying?

Check out Manning now wearing that Nice bright shinny sparkling AFC Championship hat going to the Super Bowl.

Hilarious!

Like I said, he did great in the 2nd half. But sliding behind the LOS and sacking yourself is weak.

Bronco_Beerslug
01-21-2007, 11:58 PM
Like I said, he did great in the 2nd half. But sliding behind the LOS and sacking yourself is weak.
LOL
Greatest comeback in Championship history! One hell of a performance by Paytown today!

NaptownChief
01-22-2007, 12:08 AM
At first glance it looked like Manning won a big game but it turns out it was just another ordinary game.


;D

BroncoInferno
01-22-2007, 12:14 AM
At first glance it looked like Manning won a big game but it turns out it was just another ordinary game.


;D

There's still the REAL big game to play. If he wins that, good to go. I don't think he has it in him.

NaptownChief
01-22-2007, 12:18 AM
There's still the REAL big game to play. If he wins that, good to go. I don't think he has it in him.



Yeah, winning Super Bowls is purely a QB head to head competition and we know there is no chance he is as good as Rex Grossman. Uhh

BroncoInferno
01-22-2007, 12:23 AM
Yeah, winning Super Bowls is purely a QB head to head competition and we know there is no chance he is as good as Rex Grossman. Uhh

Go ahead and get the excuses going. You know he can't get it done.

boltaneer
01-22-2007, 12:25 AM
If Manning didn't slide early and got Trent Green'd, everyone would be ripping him for not sliding early. It's not worth your franchise quarterback getting knocked out of the game for an extra yard or two. Jim Sorgi is going to come in and win the game for the Colts? Give me a break.

On a side note, kudos again to Tom Brady losing a game and not shaking anyone's hand afterwards. I called that one days ago.

Bronco_Beerslug
01-22-2007, 12:26 AM
If Manning didn't slide early and got Trent Green'd, everyone would be ripping him for not sliding early. It's not worth your franchise quarterback getting knocked out of the game for an extra yard or two. Jim Sorgi is going to come in and win the game for the Colts? Give me a break.

On a side note, kudos again to Tom Brady losing a game and not shaking anyone's hand afterwards. I called that one days ago.
Yeah, I seen that, what's his problem?

OBF1
01-22-2007, 12:27 AM
I have never hated this guy, or been obsessed with him like this board has been. I've never wished him ill, or hoped he'd never win a championship. Never cared about his commercials, or his contract, or the shape of his head. I always thought he was a great QB.

But your team is down 18 points and you slide behind the line of scrimmage? What a pansy. Even if the Colts make a come back and win this game, Peyton is a douche bag.

Okay bro...this is your one do over. Seems you spoke WAAAAAAAYYYYYY too soon. I would neg rep you if you did not post well most other times :)

NaptownChief
01-22-2007, 12:28 AM
Go ahead and get the excuses going. You know he can't get it done.


The best QB in the league doesn't need excuses...What you need to get going is your bag of excuses as to why he stuck it up your ass in a couple weeks.

OBF1
01-22-2007, 12:29 AM
Yeah, winning Super Bowls is purely a QB head to head competition and we know there is no chance he is as good as Rex Grossman. Uhh

Yeah right.... Like a KC chiefs fan would know anything about a playoff win let alone a SUPERBOWL win :)

Play2win
01-22-2007, 12:29 AM
On a side note, kudos again to Tom Brady losing a game and not shaking anyone's hand afterwards. I called that one days ago.

Oh, you better believe it, BROKEBACK is getting a "Handshake" from somebody tonight...

BigPlayShay
01-22-2007, 12:29 AM
If Manning didn't slide early and got Trent Green'd, everyone would be ripping him for not sliding early. It's not worth your franchise quarterback getting knocked out of the game for an extra yard or two. Jim Sorgi is going to come in and win the game for the Colts? Give me a break.

On a side note, kudos again to Tom Brady losing a game and not shaking anyone's hand afterwards. I called that one days ago.

He shook Manning's hand, Manning said so in his post game presser. CBS just didn't show it.

NaptownChief
01-22-2007, 12:30 AM
If Manning didn't slide early and got Trent Green'd, everyone would be ripping him for not sliding early. It's not worth your franchise quarterback getting knocked out of the game for an extra yard or two. Jim Sorgi is going to come in and win the game for the Colts? Give me a break.

.



Never underestimate the stupidy that can spew from a persons mouth when emotions are involved.

boltaneer
01-22-2007, 12:31 AM
He shook Manning's hand, Manning said so in his post game presser. CBS just didn't show it.

Hmm, well if Manning acknowledged it then I believe it. Why was it even brought up in the post game interview though?

Play2win
01-22-2007, 12:31 AM
He shook Manning's hand, Manning said so in his post game presser. CBS just didn't show it.

Lockerrooms don't count...

NaptownChief
01-22-2007, 12:32 AM
Yeah right.... Like a KC chiefs fan would know anything about a playoff win let alone a SUPERBOWL win :)



And like you are well versed considering your long and distingished NFL career.

BigPlayShay
01-22-2007, 12:33 AM
Hmm, well if Manning acknowledged it then I believe it. Why was it even brought up in the post game interview though?

I didn't hear the question but Manning said the Pats were classy with guys like Bruschi, Faulk, and Tom wishing him luck in the Super Bowl.

Moon§hiner
01-22-2007, 12:34 AM
I'll give Peyton his dues for today....he showed mettle that I didn't think he had in him...I didn't think the game was over when they were down 21-3, but I thought that the Pats would eventually prevail.

RhymesayersDU
01-22-2007, 12:36 AM
Okay bro...this is your one do over. Seems you spoke WAAAAAAAYYYYYY too soon. I would neg rep you if you did not post well most other times :)

Well thanks, I guess. But all I was saying was, sliding behind the LOS and sacking yourself is weak. I mean, imagine if a Bronco QB did that, we'd have his ass like his name was Brian Griese.

He played tremendously in the 2nd half and should be commended for it. But that one particular play was a major bitch move, IMO.

Bronco Billy
01-22-2007, 12:56 AM
Well thanks, I guess. But all I was saying was, sliding behind the LOS and sacking yourself is weak. I mean, imagine if a Bronco QB did that, we'd have his ass like his name was Brian Griese.

He played tremendously in the 2nd half and should be commended for it. But that one particular play was a major b**** move, IMO.

I agree with you. After seeing that play I just shook my head. At the very least, he should of just thrown it away for an incompletion.

azbroncfan
01-22-2007, 01:31 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

azbroncfan
01-22-2007, 01:37 AM
If Manning didn't slide early and got Trent Green'd, everyone would be ripping him for not sliding early. It's not worth your franchise quarterback getting knocked out of the game for an extra yard or two. Jim Sorgi is going to come in and win the game for the Colts? Give me a break.

On a side note, kudos again to Tom Brady losing a game and not shaking anyone's hand afterwards. I called that one days ago.


Exactly. People here will bash him to no end to the the ass whoppings he has put on Denver. I was going to put him on the biggest choker poll until I watched the 2nd half. After the first half I was thinking if there is a team that can come back from a 21-3 deficit the Colts are them.

Atlas
01-22-2007, 01:38 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

I agree. I don't really like the guy but I'm not gonna bash him when there are really bad people out there that deserve it.

I noticed Tank Williams made a tackle or a sack and got up pumping his chest and the crowd went wild.

Taco John
01-22-2007, 01:52 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?



I agree. That's exactly the way I feel about Peyton Manning. I see him as everything that is right about the NFL right now. Not that there aren't others. But Peyton is a great role model who doesn't just rely on superior physical ability to get it done. He works hard in every phase in order to be the best he can possibly be. He's one of the best quarterbacks of this generation.

-Slap-
01-22-2007, 02:03 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

I rooted for Manning over Ray Lewis. My issues with Manning are primarily about the way his fans and most of the media portrays him.

Tredici
01-22-2007, 02:12 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

I think it's that huge noggin'.....


:D

Play2win
01-22-2007, 07:56 AM
it is a very good point. Payton annoys me, but I might forego that, considering other things, especially Brokeback Mountain's crybaby antics...

ol number 7
01-22-2007, 08:46 AM
I agree. That's exactly the way I feel about Peyton Manning. I see him as everything that is right about the NFL right now. Not that there aren't others. But Peyton is a great role model who doesn't just rely on superior physical ability to get it done. He works hard in every phase in order to be the best he can possibly be. He's one of the best quarterbacks of this generation.

Judging by all the commercials he really is full of himself. Great player but an annoying personality. Kinda like Donovan with the Chunky Soup stuff. You kinda like to see him get it handed to him so mama brings him some soup to the locker room.:thumbs:

crazyhorse
01-22-2007, 10:07 AM
I agree. That's exactly the way I feel about Peyton Manning. I see him as everything that is right about the NFL right now. Not that there aren't others. But Peyton is a great role model who doesn't just rely on superior physical ability to get it done. He works hard in every phase in order to be the best he can possibly be. He's one of the best quarterbacks of this generation.

Personally, I've never seen a better QB.

Bronco_Beerslug
01-22-2007, 10:38 AM
Personally, I've never seen a better QB.Thats because this NFL thing is new to you.

55CrushEm
01-22-2007, 10:51 AM
I rooted for Manning over Ray Lewis. My issues with Manning are primarily about the way his fans and most of the media portrays him.

We can say the exact same thing about Brady. I've never seen the media wash anyone's balls, they way they do for Brady. I don't really hate Brady, either....to your point. Just soooooooo sick and tired of the love fest over him.

And the Pats' have the most arrogant fans in football.......

Hotrod
01-22-2007, 11:01 AM
I have never hated this guy, or been obsessed with him like this board has been. I've never wished him ill, or hoped he'd never win a championship. Never cared about his commercials, or his contract, or the shape of his head. I always thought he was a great QB.

But your team is down 18 points and you slide behind the line of scrimmage? What a pansy. Even if the Colts make a come back and win this game, Peyton is a douche bag.

Quoted for truth.

I've always hated on mellon head but last night I realized why. The asshole thinks hes bigger then the game. That pisses me off. I personally hope Da Bears mess him up. I dont want to see him get hurt but lose a nice close heart breaker so we can see who he throws under the bus this year Ha!

Mediator12
01-22-2007, 11:02 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!

Hotrod
01-22-2007, 11:02 AM
I can't understand this board, everyone bashes thug players, cancer cases, guys with legal cases, guys with 7 kids with 7 different women, then proceed to rip on Manning because he is a little cocky and whines a little bit but he is a good guy and stays out of the nightclubs and all the other crap. So I ask what kind of players does the board want here thugs and criminals or someone with character of manning?

If by character you mean someone who thinks nothing of throwing his team under the bus after big loses then no thanks.

defenseman
01-22-2007, 11:11 AM
If by character you mean someone who thinks nothing of throwing his team under the bus after big loses then no thanks.

This, is not a good character trait, agreed. However, I'll still be rooting for the colts. Tired of the yr in and yr out "peyton" doesn't have a superbowl ring rhetoric. ...dman

*The bears, while good on defense, don't impress offensively. In addition, in the air the bears defense has shown they are vulnerable. I'm banking on Manning tearing them up.

Smiling Assassin27
01-22-2007, 11:34 AM
the dude showed some nads last night and made some nice throws under duress. douches don't do that.

bronco militia
01-22-2007, 11:37 AM
He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!

shhhhhhh.....for a second there, I thought you might be talking about John Elway

Bronco_Beerslug
01-22-2007, 11:39 AM
He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!
I got more respect than ever for the guy now! :~ohyah!:

KipCorrington25
01-22-2007, 11:40 AM
'LOL' all you want. Good for Manning, he played a tremendous 2nd half. But sliding behind the LOS and sacking himself was weak.


Yeah he should risk an injury to gain one extra yard because they have Jim POS Sorgi on the bench...

I'm not a Manning fan but he's smart to avoid the hit and not risk the injury.

55CrushEm
01-22-2007, 11:50 AM
He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!

So basically then, every heterosexual man is a "douche" because he, at one point or another in his life, has hit on women in a bar ?!?

I'm guilty too......

broncoblue
01-22-2007, 11:52 AM
im not ...hahaha..
i would never hit on a girl in a bar....mmmmmmm lol

Taco John
01-22-2007, 11:55 AM
Peyton hits on girls in clubs?

I've changed my mind then. He's a terrible quarterback.

Mediator12
01-22-2007, 12:09 PM
Well, let's see. His character is at issue here and he is married. Those late nights studying film might be something else altogether.

So, you all are condoning adultery if you are an NFL athlete and can have it covered up for you? Pathetic. I have always tried staying out of the moral character issue on this board, because I screw up just as much as the next guy. But to condone and even give an attaboy attitude about it is pathetic.

Does it make him a bad QB? No. Does it make him a liar and questionable character guy? Absolutely. That's all I am saying. I loved Plummer the person and hated Plummer the QB. Consider it vice versa for Manning.

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:12 PM
I have never hated this guy, or been obsessed with him like this board has been. I've never wished him ill, or hoped he'd never win a championship. Never cared about his commercials, or his contract, or the shape of his head. I always thought he was a great QB.

But your team is down 18 points and you slide behind the line of scrimmage? What a pansy. Even if the Colts make a come back and win this game, Peyton is a douche bag.

Ooops!

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:13 PM
1 TD & 6 INT's in the playoffs thus far. His vaunted offense hasn't scored a TD in the last 6 quarters. I'm just wondering who the Manning apologists will blame this time around.

Ooops!

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:13 PM
At some point a QB just has to put his ass on the line for a game. I don't think Manning has the desire yet.

Ooops!

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:14 PM
I wish Denver could hand Peyton his ass like this one of these days

Ooops!

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:15 PM
Manning has been told since birth he was so good so often that he believes it sadly he doesn't have the tools to make it come true.

Ooops!

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:16 PM
i agree about peyton everyone kisses his a$$ and he hasnt done anything yet.

Ooops!

Bronco_Beerslug
01-22-2007, 12:20 PM
Well, let's see. His character is at issue here and he is married. Those late nights studying film might be something else altogether.

So, you all are condoning adultery if you are an NFL athlete and can have it covered up for you? Pathetic. I have always tried staying out of the moral character issue on this board, because I screw up just as much as the next guy. But to condone and even give an attaboy attitude about it is pathetic.

Does it make him a bad QB? No. Does it make him a liar and questionable character guy? Absolutely. That's all I am saying. I loved Plummer the person and hated Plummer the QB. Consider it vice versa for Manning.
Did you take pictures when you followed them home and watched them "do it"?

and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. And I guess this means you're single since married people would never be at a bar?

alkemical
01-22-2007, 12:23 PM
Well, let's see. His character is at issue here and he is married. Those late nights studying film might be something else altogether.

So, you all are condoning adultery if you are an NFL athlete and can have it covered up for you? Pathetic. I have always tried staying out of the moral character issue on this board, because I screw up just as much as the next guy. But to condone and even give an attaboy attitude about it is pathetic.

Does it make him a bad QB? No. Does it make him a liar and questionable character guy? Absolutely. That's all I am saying. I loved Plummer the person and hated Plummer the QB. Consider it vice versa for Manning.


Honestly i didn't eve know he was married.


On another note - i think jake is a good guy. I'd actually like to drink a few beers with jake and play some pool.

Bronco Bob
01-22-2007, 12:23 PM
So basically then, every heterosexual man is a "douche" because he, at one point or another in his life, has hit on women in a bar ?!?

I'm guilty too......

Yeah, me too. I've even been known to ask some of them to dance with me.:twokisses

bendog
01-22-2007, 12:31 PM
Come on, the only thing negative about payaton is that a. he whined so much the nfl altered how dbacks can physical smurf wrs against the sideline and safeties can no longer lay wood to small TEs running right at them and b. he throws his mates under the bus when he loses. That and idiots think he's the best qb to ever wear a helmet with little blue horseshoe.

Other than that he seems like a funny guy, and I'd bet he's making a ton of money outside the game just like his Dad has/is done/doing.

GonzoLays
01-22-2007, 12:34 PM
This thread = GOLDEN

azbroncfan
01-22-2007, 02:32 PM
He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!


Notice you are believing what you hear. Hey he hasn't been arrested. I wouldn't expect him to stay home everynight and I'm sure he goes out and has some beers. Bottomline is even if he was talking to women do you know he was hitting on them or what he was saying to them? I'm sure the women flock to him in Indy and any normal male instinct would be to talk to them. I do know that the reason most people hate him here is due to the thrashings INDY has put on denver.

DB84FAN
01-22-2007, 03:02 PM
You look like a douche bag now for creating this thread. That was a incredible comeback that douche bag's like you cannot imagine of.. anyway keep going against him.

alkemical
01-22-2007, 03:21 PM
Would it suprise anyone to find out if peyton was sleeping around on his wife?

crazyhorse
01-22-2007, 03:38 PM
If by character you mean someone who thinks nothing of throwing his team under the bus after big loses then no thanks.

Isn't that what Champ just did recently?

I seem to remember him complaining about the other players on the team. Only to have every donk fan defend it.

Go figure.

Rohirrim
01-22-2007, 03:43 PM
Isn't that what Champ just did recently?

I seem to remember him complaining about the other players on the team. Only to have every donk fan defend it.

Go figure.

It's kind of funny to watch all the Cheffy dorks quietly slide themselves over into the Colts' column. I guess now, through Manning, they can vicariously enjoy a SB. Lord knows, they'll never see their team in one again.

crazyhorse
01-22-2007, 04:05 PM
It's kind of funny to watch all the Cheffy dorks quietly slide themselves over into the Colts' column. I guess now, through Manning, they can vicariously enjoy a SB. Lord knows, they'll never see their team in one again.


Meh, I was pulling for the Saints.

Indian Pony
01-22-2007, 04:31 PM
I've seen some ridiculous post in my time but some of these take the cake. I do understand the reason for Bronco homers hating him as many times as he skull drug your asses up and down the field but give me a break. Don't worry though, after the Colts win the SB you can always say he has never won a big game because the only big game is the NCAA championship. You can never go wrong with that.

Taco John
01-22-2007, 04:49 PM
I've seen some ridiculous post in my time but some of these take the cake. I do understand the reason for Bronco homers hating him as many times as he skull drug your asses up and down the field but give me a break. Don't worry though, after the Colts win the SB you can always say he has never won a big game because the only big game is the NCAA championship. You can never go wrong with that.

Ugh... Why do Colts fans read like Dolphins douche bags? Miami is 1200 miles away from Indianapolis!

bendog
01-22-2007, 06:07 PM
I've seen some ridiculous post in my time but some of these take the cake. I do understand the reason for Bronco homers hating him as many times as he skull drug your asses up and down the field but give me a break. Don't worry though, after the Colts win the SB you can always say he has never won a big game because the only big game is the NCAA championship. You can never go wrong with that.

Please, God, spare me from stupid chorf fans who come over here without a ****ing clue as to the SEC or Tenn! The "can't win the big one rap" on Payaton was that he went 0-4 against Florida and Spurrier. It became Ahab and the whale time. 94-96 the loss to Fla knocked them out of natl champ contention. Then, in 97, they back into the SEC championship game despite losing to Fla, and beat Auburn ... and THEN lose TO NEBRASKA - you ****ing idiot. The big game wasn't the NCAA championship, it was ****ing spurrier. Losing to you corn****ers was just the icing on the cake for Tenn fans.

And btw, in 98 not only did Tenn beat Fla, they won the natl championship. That's the killer.

Personally, I think its a team game, and payaton's teams failed in the playoffs cause Indy's defense has trouble stopping the run in bad weather on grass, but that has nothing to do with him whining about teams out physicalling his receivers or throwing teammates under the bus.

ps, Spurrier just seemed to have Tenn's defense's number.

KipCorrington25
01-22-2007, 06:13 PM
I don't think Manning is married... I might be wrong on that I don't read People magazine or whatever something like that would be in... however, if he is indeed married and people are calling him out as a cheater I'd be carefull. Certain very high profile QB's in this town have done exactly that and they are worshiped like a God on this board.

BroncoFiend
01-22-2007, 06:18 PM
Isn't that what Champ just did recently?

I seem to remember him complaining about the other players on the team. Only to have every donk fan defend it.

Go figure.

Could you pull up that quote please, because I can't seem to remember it.

Indian Pony
01-22-2007, 06:19 PM
Please, God, spare me from stupid chorf fans who come over here without a ****ing clue as to the SEC or Tenn! The "can't win the big one rap" on Payaton was that he went 0-4 against Florida and Spurrier. It became Ahab and the whale time. 94-96 the loss to Fla knocked them out of natl champ contention. Then, in 97, they back into the SEC championship game despite losing to Fla, and beat Auburn ... and THEN lose TO NEBRASKA - you ****ing idiot. The big game wasn't the NCAA championship, it was ****ing spurrier. Losing to you corn****ers was just the icing on the cake for Tenn fans.

And btw, in 98 not only did Tenn beat Fla, they won the natl championship. That's the killer.

Personally, I think its a team game, and payaton's teams failed in the playoffs cause Indy's defense has trouble stopping the run in bad weather on grass, but that has nothing to do with him whining about teams out physicalling his receivers or throwing teammates under the bus.

ps, Spurrier just seemed to have Tenn's defense's number.

A Mississippi State redneck calling somebody an idiot. TOO FUNNY!

bendog
01-22-2007, 06:20 PM
Your ignorance is not my fault, and I'm not a fan of any college team in Mississippi, you ****ing corn****er

But if I had to chose between Lincoln and Oxford, the choice would be the latter without question. The girls are simply astounding.

Mtbrncofn
01-22-2007, 06:57 PM
I don't think Manning is married... I might be wrong on that I don't read People magazine or whatever something like that would be in... however, if he is indeed married and people are calling him out as a cheater I'd be carefull. Certain very high profile QB's in this town have done exactly that and they are worshiped like a God on this board.

I thought I read somewhere a year or so ago he was married.

EDIT: He is and her name is Ashley.

crazyhorse
01-22-2007, 08:47 PM
Could you pull up that quote please, because I can't seem to remember it.

Certainly.

http://www.orangemane.com/BB/showthread.php?t=50722&page=4

Enjoy.

rugbythug
04-06-2013, 08:36 AM
Reverse Elvis

Bmore Manning
04-06-2013, 08:43 AM
This thread is crazy..

Drunken.Broncoholic
04-06-2013, 08:56 AM
A crazyhorse sighting at the end. RIP that crazy chiefs fan

DENVERDUI55
04-06-2013, 09:52 AM
Manning has been told since birth he was so good so often that he believes it sadly he doesn't have the tools to make it come true.

What a stupid post and thread. Typical jump the gun knee jerk reaction by OM posters.

bronco militia
04-06-2013, 10:06 AM
Bwhahahaha....this thread is awesome.

OBF1
04-06-2013, 11:05 AM
LMAO... The thread topic is now Denver legend and the OP has posted himself into village idiot status since.

Lolad
04-06-2013, 11:15 AM
Good bump

TheReverend
04-06-2013, 12:42 PM
He does. How do you know that?

I know for a fact that he does NOT stay out of the Clubs and that all his personal stuff is pretty well washed under the rug in INDY. I really used to like Manning as a person until one of my friends here confirmed a couple of local incidents that have never been made public and I saw Manning myself out in Broad Ripple (the local Bar scene) hitting on women several weeks ago. I could not believe he was that crass and Careless going into the playoffs. It really surprised me in that INDY just had the Steven Jackson incident less than a year ago.

Peyton is not who he is portrayed in the media. Surprise, surprise!

Wow. Never saw this before...

TheReverend
04-06-2013, 12:44 PM
LMAO... The thread topic is now Denver legend and the OP has posted himself into village idiot status since.

Rhymes is a good guy just having some fun

bronco militia
04-06-2013, 02:22 PM
Wow. Never saw this before...

I wonder if his opinion changed after a certain coach moved to indi. ;D

SouthStndJunkie
04-06-2013, 03:28 PM
Peyton Manning likes talking to chicks and he's married?

Oh, the humanity.

I'm sure if he was sticking his little Manning where it shouldn't be, Ashley would have Elin Nordegrened his ass by now.

I probably like Manning even more than I did before knowing he's not perfect and politically correct all the time.