Peyton Manning

American former football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 18 seasons Website

Approval Rate: 77%

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    Fri May 22 2009

    Followed this kid since he played for TN. One of the hardest working Players in the NFL, in my opinion, he's talented and should that fail, he is dedicated and motivated enough to still pull off a Successful career. Great Player.

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    Thu Dec 11 2008

    In an age where flash and pop rule over the home town hero, there is at least one of them left, and that is Peyton Manning. The most focused, hard working player in the NFL. He never takes a break, always works hard, doesn't talk smack, and takes pride in his game.

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    Mon Jun 30 2008

    I have watch Peyton Manning ever since he was quarterback for TN. He is in my opinion, the best all around quarter back. Not only is he a great player, he is a great role model and very smart player. Put to to you this way, he is the only NFL quarter back that I have ever loved to watch.

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    Mon Jan 21 2008

    In my opinion, the greatest QB of all-time. Look at the record books already, he is already starting to close in on all-time marks and hes got a lot more time to go. He runs the whole show when he is on the feild and rarely makes a mistake. Sure he's got two great recievers, but if you put them on another team, neither one of them will put up better numbers than they have with Peyton. He has also marketed his funny/dorky personality into stardom. He can't do any wrong.

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    Sun Sep 23 2007

    This douche would be second-tier without a very strong offensive line ... can you imagine him playing for a team where he had to share the ball with, say, some running backs?

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    Tue Sep 18 2007

    The Armor School at Ft. Knox calls it "steal on target" and that's Peyton Manning

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    Thu Aug 23 2007

    Character, Leadership, Ability.  A great athlete AND role model

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    Tue May 15 2007

    best quaterback in the nfl

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    Mon Apr 23 2007

    Manning is the product of a domed passing syaytem. he is below average, and everyone in the league knows it.

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    Sun Feb 04 2007

    Today is Superbowl Sunday, February 4, 2007. Let me tell you, fellow citizens, I am throughly gagged with the Peyton Manning hype and constant repetition on the tube. ENOUGH already! The only thing that had more smoke and mirrors was Jimmy Carter's twenty year campaign for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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    Sun Jan 28 2007

    Oh puuuuuuulease,,,,,it took the refs trying at every turn to give the colts and peyton a win in last weeks game. Just look at yesterdays ruling from the NFL saying they botched a key call in the game.They do not deserve to be there as the game was given to them on a silver platter by the NFL.

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    Sun Jan 21 2007

    Only thing I dislike about Peyton Manning is he plays in the AFC South, vs. Tennessee! He simply is one of the best, period. It is refreshing to see a star athlete who is not thumping his chest, and being a butt, ala T.O., but is humble, confident, appreciative of the fans, and realizes the talent he is blessed with.

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    Fri Jan 05 2007

    Peyton Manning? The best? I'd say yes... Give him a couple years and yes, he'll be the best of all time... For some odd reason, they place Steve Mcnair, and Tom Brady as Par to Peyton... Why? I don't know... Steve Mcnair... Moved to the Ravens... He is an average quarterback... Wins because of Defense, everyone knows that... Tom? He is a great quarterback... I'll be honest... The steady Defense, keeps the games "clutch" games as they say... and when given enough chances, with an offensive line that could repel nuclear missiles, anyone would have time to throw the ball down field and score... Though they all say he is better than Peyton... That is a NO... You give Tom all the credit, but if you ever took the time to study a team... You'll see that the COACH is the one who should receive the glory... Just look at it like this... Peyton and Tom... Both played in the pro bowl... Who managed the game better? With All stars... Excuse me... Superstars by their sides... Peyton is better, n... Read more

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    Mon Oct 30 2006

    two words Tom brady. If peyton manning is so good why is he 1 and 8 against tom brady why does he not have a ring yet. Tom brady has 3 and has one less year of nfl experience. i rest my case Tom Brady is just plain better and he just keeps on preforming

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    Sun Oct 22 2006

    An over-rated whiny bitch. If the NFL and the Rules commitee weren't in the colts pocket, football would be great again. Terry Bradshaw was spittin' teeth over the line of scrimmage long before this wussy boy every threw a football and cried about it. Absoulutly Average but the bitching and crying makes him below average. if the nfl wasn't protecting the colts, tennesse and the giants would have already beat them.

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    Sun Jul 09 2006

    The best QB in the league, bar none. He leads the team with surgical precision, knows what plays to call most of the time, and almost always hits his man. Contrary to what some people are saying, he IS a great leader. And the media loves to point out things beyond his control and call it "choking", just like they did with Wilt Chamberlain 40 years ago. The day after the Steelers lost ESPN showed all of these clips with him blaming his offensive line. First of all, that was taken WAY out of context. Woody Paige admitted it on PTI. Everyone kept asking him about the blitz and the Steelers defense and what could have been done differently. Manning didn't give any names and he would have been lying to say they did a great job. All he said was that there were protection problems and that everyone on the team, INCLUDING HIMSELF, was responsible. And can anyone who saw the game honestly say that the line did their job? They were eaten alive! It's easy to be "clutch" like Tom Brady is when you... Read more

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    Mon Mar 13 2006

    Best in the game right now. He's a good all American guy. He is the guy you want leading your team.

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    Wed Mar 01 2006

    Manning: RED 48, BLUE 40, RED 40, RED 40! SET! SET! RED 47! GREEN 68! TonyDungy: Will he snap the darn ball! Ref: Delay of game, #18 offense. That's a 5 yard penalty. He's the best qb in the game, but sometimes he goes too far with his snap counts, but I would take this qb over anybody he's that good.

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    Thu Feb 09 2006

    Loses one star. . .serious talent but now has to deal with an ugly fact that he has not performed well in the biggest games of his career. . .one can overlook the loss to the mighty Patriots (they would have beat anyone) but Peyton has to win a big game or he will have a mark on his career. . .and stop comparing him to Marino- Dan never had a team like this year's Colts. . .

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    Thu Feb 09 2006

    I hate to do this because I hate the Colts, but Peyton may very well be the best QB in the League. He's a field general. He can take control of a game with constant audibles and precision passing. Most QBs on pass heavy teams look like they only look good because of their recievers' talent (Mark Bulger or Kerry Collins for instance). However, I get the opposite effect from Peyton Manning. It seems like he makes his recievers look good. Too bad I hate the Colts. UPDATE: Say what you want about Peyton not being able to take his team to the big game... because it's bull. I remember hearing the same thing about Bill Cowher. Peyton is arguably the best QB in the NFL, with only Carson Palmer, Trent Green, and maybe Matt Hasselback close. The truth to it is that while almost any QB would thrive with his reciever corps, probably no one is better suited for the Colt's offense than him. He has great arm strength and accuracy. Sure, you could find guys that could throw the ball farther (Byron L... Read more

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    Sat Jan 28 2006

    He needs to quit river dancing after the ball is hiked and start playing the QB position. The pre-playoff Payton Manning I remember would end up at the line of scrimmage with approximately 19 seconds left on the game clock (plenty of time to read a defense/call an audible). Against Pitt. On the other hand, he would show up to the line of scrimmage with 9 secs on the play clock. If you ask me, thats not enough time to read a defense, or even call an effective audible, he was constantly trady. He has no one to blame but him self. I still like him though, but its time to win the big one. He probably needs to go nail some good pussy during the off-season so he can relax for once and regroup for next season.

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    Sun Jan 22 2006

    Payton manning sucks. And no I definately don't need to go to a brain doctor. I read on this blog that someone wrote that Payton is the classiest player in the NFL. No I'm sorry that is far from the truth. I know this because the one and only true greatest quarterback of all time, "Brett Favre", would never sit there like a spoiled bitch and point fingers at his offensive line. Oh, yeah, and to all of you colts fans, better luck next year. HA HA! You guys are pathetic. You get home feild advantage through out the playoffs, and you still can find a way to blow it. You guys bring new meaning to the word pathetic.

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    Wed Jan 18 2006

    On Sunday, Peyton showed once again he is not a "Big Game" QB as he failed to cash in when he was given golden opportunity and golden opportunity. When he was at Tennessee his record was 39-6. Very impressive, but 4 of those loses were against Florida and Steve Spurrier. I think Peyton showed his true colors blaming his O-line after the game. How those guys are gonna come back and block for him is beyond me. That's exactly the wrong thing to do. Look at Donovan McNabb. He had a pretty miserable season but he was a stand up guy. No matter how disappointed he was with his teammates, he always accepted responsibility for the loss.

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    Wed Jan 18 2006

    PM is the most over rated person in the NFL. He was raised a rich kid with his brothers in New Orleans. The guy does not know what it means to fight and struggle for something. He was given everything. I have seen it first hand. I wish he and his brother and his old man would just go away. I am tired of hearing about this guy and his passing records. You saw first hand what he and Eli are capable of in their playoff games - NOTHING BUT LOSING!!! The guy WILL NEVER WIN A SUPER BOWL. He is a pussy and always will be a pussy.

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    Tue Jan 17 2006

    peyton manning is officialy the antichrist

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    Mon Jan 16 2006

    Okay at best. Highly over rated. Still has time to develop into the special QB the media thinks he is but I doubt that'll happen.

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    Mon Jan 16 2006

    There exists a thing I like to call, "The Curse of the Mannings." Peyton is probably the best example by being dumped from the big games over and over again, but really his whole family has had an almost devestating history of not being able to deliver a championship. Stats are great to put in a record book however someone will come along and remove your name from that page eventually. You can't erase a remains forever unbroken.

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    Mon Jan 16 2006

    You 5-star people are stoned! That guy has zero composure under pressure. Who cares if he has 155.8 quarterback rating in the regular season. It simply doesn't matter -- if he can't win in the playoffs. Hell, by this time in Elway's career, he had already been to 3 Superbowls. Marino also already lost 1. Peyton Manning is lucky every year if he gets out of the first round! The Colts would be better off with Joey Harrington (at least they'd be no worse come January)....

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    Mon Jan 16 2006

    He has VERY antsy feet (can't seem to calmly drop back) and too much pumping of the football. He's too busy dropping too far back before passing. With the player core (and their foot speed) a three step would proof sufficient. He has qualities to stay consistent but fails to get better at learning. He is surrounded by the talented players that have allowed the team to be historical. BUT he falls short when the time is crucial to help his team win the needed games to make it to the Super Bowl. If he is so good put him on Commission to make is BIG BUCKS. Many others could play (QB) for the Colts and surpass his stats: Matt Schaub, Aaron Brooks, Drew Brees, Phil Rivers, Kerry Collins, Drew Bledsoe, etc... If he is so good why are ALL of the players seen having to DIVE to receive a high percentage of his passes. He's not accurate, he does throw it in the area of his players and they have to break the route to get the pass reception, then make a play afterwards (when possible).

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    Sun Jan 15 2006

    Great QB in the regular season, but always finds a way to choke in the playoffs. Will go down as another Dan Marino. Excellent QB statistically, but BARE HANDS!!!

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    Sun Jan 15 2006

    Peyton will never be good, certainly not great, until he starts blaming himself for mistakes and stops blaming his line or receivers. The highest of the "intangible" qualities of a quarterback is leadership, and Manning is just too self-centered and egotistic to be a real leader

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    Mon Dec 26 2005

    The best QB in the league. Peyton Manning will eventually be the best football player of all time. And I don't even like him, or the Colts.

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    Mon Dec 19 2005

    Man don't be mad cause your Qb sucks. Stop drinking hatorade. He breaks records cause he's the best. You Should be thankful you get to see him play football.

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    Wed Dec 07 2005

    You People are RETARDED! Do you realize that Peyton is the Best Quarterback to play the game?!? Put him on The Patriots and He Would Have 5 SuperBowl Rings. Nevermind that, just give Peyton a DECENT DEFENSE (like this year, 12-0) and see what happens. HE'S the Highest Paid Player In the League(for a reason). He's The Best Player In the League. And on top of that he's the Classiest Person and Player you'll ever see. Get over it Manning Haters.

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    Mon Nov 28 2005

    He's good, but that doesn't make up for the fact that he looks like a horse.

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    Tue Nov 08 2005

    Payton Manning has alot of talent, but he is a big baby. He constantly complains during games. Like Dan Marino, he will never win a Super Bowl because he doesn't have the mental toughness it takes to win the big game.

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    Fri Oct 28 2005

    payton is the greatest quarterback im his ultimate fan

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    Sun Oct 23 2005

    Peyton Manning is good, if you dont take into account the playoffs. Under pressure he crumbles like a stale cookie. He is also a domebaby, who cannot play in any semi-difficult weather condition.

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    Sun Oct 16 2005

    one hit wonder??

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    Tue Oct 11 2005

    Peyton Manning is the next Dan Marino in fact hes better then Dan Marino yeah hes already beaten his touchdown pass record whats next

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    Mon Oct 10 2005

    Manning and Brady are easily the two best QB's in the NFL at the moment. Manning set the single season TD record last year, has thrown for over 30k yards in just 8 seasons- passing for over 4k each of the last 7 years. His career td to int ratio is around 2:1, has a completion percentage close to 65% and is one of the best clock managers in the game. Peyton's ability to get rid of the ball quickly makes him very tough to sack and as skills at quarterback open up the running game. Yes, he hasn't won the big one of yet, but he's also been hampered by never having the home field advantage or ever having a bye week in the playoffs despite going 28-8 over the last two seasons. With the advent of a dominating defense you'd be hard pressed to find a better team, with a more explosive weapon than the Colts and Peyton.

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    Wed Sep 07 2005

    Still has to ditch the playoff monkey, but shows a better understanding of defensive schemes and matchups that anybody playing.

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    Tue Aug 30 2005

    put brees with colts receivers and line and he'll have 70 tds.

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    Wed Aug 03 2005

    Anyone who doesn't give Peyton a 5 needs to go to a brain doctor. How can you not like a guy who threw 49 TDs in a season? Peyton is a robot.

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    Fri Jul 29 2005

    Still waiting on Peyton to win the big game. He is a good player and puts up amazing numbers, but it always seems that at crunch time he fails to come through. Completely capable though of throwing TD passes when his team is already on top by a couple of scores.

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    Thu Jul 28 2005

    manning is good at reading defenses, but he is good because the WR, put a matt hasslebeck, or drew brees with thise high caliber WR and im telling u there be at least 80 tds a season and 8 tds a game

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    Wed Jul 27 2005

    The greatest QB since Montana. He has ALL the tools and a great work ethic. If the Colts ever round up a defence he could win 3-5 superbowls. That remains a big 'IF'!

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    Sun Jun 19 2005

    Invented the heimlich manouver, biggest crybaby in the league. Not really a Colt at all, does qualify as a Gelding as does all his mid western hick team mates.

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    Tue May 24 2005

    Has all of the tools that make up a great QB.I started to blame him for the Colts lack of success in the playoffs,but it is not totally his fault.