What do you all think the chances of a Manning/Manning Superbowl in New Orleans where they were raised is?
I Got a feeling that tonight's gonna be a good night; that tonight's gonna be a good night;
that tonight's gonna be a good good night; wooh hoo (x4) - For Cy
I think the Broncos could beat the Pats anywhere. It was a pretty competitive game in Foxborough even with Denver's RB fumbling and before Manning returned to Manning form. Would i bet my life's savings and pick the Broncos over the Pats in a game in New England? Probably not. But I could see the Broncos winning.
The problem with seeing Peyton in the Superbowl is the same reason why I don't think we'll see Tom Brady in the Superbowl.
Unlike the Pats and Broncos, this team has a dominate run game and a nasty d. Those come in handy come playoff time. Barring serious injury to key players, I don't think there is much question who the favorite in the AFC is.
Meanwhile, despite the Falcons being undefeated, does anyone really consider them the favorites in the NFC? If you were to pick any of the NFC favorites, I'm sure everyone would take the Giants, Niners, Bears, and Packers over the Falcons any day of the week.
I actually think it would be cool to see a Manning v Manning in the Superbowl. However, I think we'll end up seeing a Bears, Niners, Giants vs Texas Superbowl.
Andrew Luck just broke Cam Newton's rookie record of total passing yards in a game.
Luck = Stud
slowly but steadily, Luck has justified his #1 draft choice. And I don't think he has taken near the toll on his body as other rookies which leads me to believe that he's going to have a very long and successful NFL career. Colts are set for another 10+ years. Unbelievable.
Carson Palmer gets a bigger free pass than anyone I've ever seen. Good thing some of you morons thought the Silver and Black trading a 1st and a 2nd for him was a good move last year.
Meh....The Raiders probably would have blown those picks anyway.