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View Poll Results: Choke Job?
Big Time! 36 41.86%
Yes. 22 25.58%
No. 23 26.74%
Greatest Season Ever! All Hail Peyton Manning! 5 5.81%
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Old 01-16-2005, 04:19 PM   #1
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Default Did Peyton_Manning Choke Today?

0-6 against Tom Brady.

1-7 against Bill Belichick.

0-7 in Foxboro.


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Old 01-16-2005, 04:21 PM   #2
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didn't you start a thread about names in the title?

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Old 01-16-2005, 05:19 PM   #3
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didn't you start a thread about names in the title?

He put an underscore _ betwen first and last so it didnt screw the title up.
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Old 01-16-2005, 05:26 PM   #4
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He put an underscore _ betwen first and last so it didnt screw the title up.
Only as an after thought.

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Nope, Paytown didn't choke. He played OK but the gameplan sucked! What happened to the hurry up? They came out in the 3rd like they were leading big, without fire and a purpose. Receivers dropped passes and fumbled balls all game long. And it's hard to play like an MVP when the defense is smothering your team from all angles.
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Old 01-16-2005, 04:21 PM   #5
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I simply cannot believe you put a full name in the thread title when you devoted a whole thread to tell others NOT TO pull full names in the thread title.

I guess you never read your own thread.

That is too funny. And sad.
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Old 01-16-2005, 04:23 PM   #6
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I simply cannot believe you put a full name in the thread title when you devoted a whole thread to tell others NOT TO pull full names in the thread title.

I guess you never read your own thread.

That is too funny. And sad.
I fixed it.

And nobody likes you.

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Old 01-16-2005, 04:22 PM   #7
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Ouch.
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Well atleast you fixed it, but still....
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Well atleast you fixed it, but still....
I'm trainable, just severely undermotivated.
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So overcome with glee was I, that I forget my own admonition. I'm so glad people jumped my ass for it in two minutes flat. I deserve it.

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Please, though, start another Slap is an a-hole thread if you must, but let's leave this thread strictly for bashing the choking dog that is Peyton Manning.
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Please, though, start another Slap is an a-hole thread if you must, but let's leave this thread strictly for bashing the choking dog that is Peyton Manning.

Oh, and what a glorious day it is my good friends. and thanks again to Tony Dungy for again signing all the offensive players without any real room to improve the defense for at least another year. thanks for the refs for calling that questionable PI call in the 4th as Peyton would of been up in arms about it himself. congrats on your records Peyton and here's to you having many, many more chokejobs without any rings in the future.
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Well... next year the Super Bowl is in a dome isn't it? If they could manage to come up with home field advantage throughout the playoffs then Prince Peyton would have the nice, sterile football conditions which make him the best QB in the NFL.
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Well... next year the Super Bowl is in a dome isn't it? If they could manage to come up with home field advantage throughout the playoffs then Prince Peyton would have the nice, sterile football conditions which make him the best QB in the NFL.
Or, more likely, he'll find a way to piss down his leg in the Playoffs yet again.

Three (3) points today. My goodness. Gonna be hard to spin that one. Don't the Patriots have an injury depleted defense, too?



I wonder what happened?

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Old 01-16-2005, 05:37 PM   #15
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Well... next year the Super Bowl is in a dome isn't it? If they could manage to come up with home field advantage throughout the playoffs then Prince Peyton would have the nice, sterile football conditions which make him the best QB in the NFL.
Rep for this one. If the Colts got to play all 16 games in a dome, they'd be 16-0. Get them outside in the cold and they struggle. Even in the snow game a couple of years back at Mile High, the Broncos slowed their O down a lot. I think both teams scored in the low 20s, and it became a battle between the kickers late in the game. The Colts need homefield advantage more than any other team in the league.
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If my private junk represented the Patriots, then Peyton Manning would be none other than Linda Lovelace.
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Old 01-16-2005, 04:36 PM   #17
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i know you're still sore at manning for destroying the broncos, but let's be real:

the colts are 0-6 against the pats

the colts are 1-7 against Bill Belichick.

the colts are 0-7 in Foxboro

trying to pin this on manning choking is laughable when his WRs have been dropping balls and his line hasn't been able to keep the pressure off. i mean, that's all because of the patriots dominating on defense, but he hardly "choked". his offense got outplayed on many levels, no QB is going to be able to win a game when that happens. he certainly didn't blow this game like bledsoe or plummer have on many occasions, despite the rest of their team playing well.
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I voted no because even though he didn't play great he didn't fumble those two balls and drop passes. His Oline choked it up as well.
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I see, so Manning gets all the credit when the Colts win and none of the blame when they lose.

Whatever.
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I see, so Manning gets all the credit when the Colts win and none of the blame when they lose.

Whatever.
Unless I'm misreading the scoreboard, the Colts have scored exactly three (3) points today.

rofl

Oh, nice interception to cap things off. How fitting.
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Unless I'm misreading the scoreboard, the Colts have scored exactly three (3) points today.

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Oh, nice interception to cap things off. How fitting.
Exactly. A performance pretty unbecoming of the supposed greatest QB ever and his allegedly unstoppable offense.
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I see, so Manning gets all the credit when the Colts win and none of the blame when they lose.

Whatever.
i never said that or meant to imply it. most of the credit in the colts/broncos game has to go to wayne and clark. peyton called good plays but the reason it was such a blowout was because wayne (and his blockers) and clark made some incredible catches and plays.
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i never said that or meant to imply it. most of the credit in the colts/broncos game has to go to wayne and clark. peyton called good plays but the reason it was such a blowout was because wayne (and his blockers) and clark made some incredible catches and plays.
Wayne looked real good against a rookie corner. Indy exploited a situation they certainly should've. It wasn't rocket science and there weren't any spectacular catches.

Indy has a distinct advantage in playing in a dome. But it is a huge disadvantage when they have to leave the friendly confines for the real world. Peyton looks as uncomfortable in the elements as Marino always did. They are going to have to earn home field advantage for the duration of the playoffs to insure their success.
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the league never changed any rules, either, as much as some of you guys like whining about that. they just made sure blatant holds downfield as in last year's afc championship game wouldn't be overlooked.

, it seems like it didnt matter much. the rules got enforced because of Manning's whining and the Pats ended up crushing them worse than last year to prove a point.
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