Originally Posted by TonyR
Nobody is claiming that. People are saying that Manning is very good at avoiding sacks for multiple reasons (ability to read defenses, ability to audible at the line, ability to get rid of the ball quickly), and that Manning would probably face a different type of pressure because of the passing threat he presents, and that Denver can take steps to improve its O-line. Dopes like you assume everything would be exactly the same with Manning as it was with Tebow. Again jhns, before posting TTT. You have a lot to learn by listening more and talking less.
What, like teams are only going to bring two on Manning instead of 3?
Pressure is the name of the game with Manning. Even if he excels at getting rid of it and not taking a sack, that's not moving the ball. Peyton needs a solid line more than probably any other component on offense.