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Old 02-06-2005, 12:30 PM   #11
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If we were down by 6 points.....

Ben Roethlisberger, because he\'ll be able to lead us 80 yards for six points for the next decade and a half...
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Old 02-06-2005, 12:33 PM   #12
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If we were down by 6 points.....

I wouldn\'t take the choker Peyton.....TOM BRADY all the way!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-06-2005, 02:48 PM   #13
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If we were down by 6 points.....

a.j. feely... seriously, probably peyton manning, but vick\'s athleticism is warranted here.
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:00 PM   #14
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If we were down by 6 points.....

There\'s no one in better in the clutch than Tom Brady.

And how anyone could want Peyton Mannning is beyond me.

Let\'s face it........... Manning has the best offensive line he could ask for. He has the best receivers and a pro-bowl running back. And 2 of the best tightends in the NFL.

Manning has more talent around him than any other QB in the NFL.

And Peytons offense still can\'t get it done.

In his playoff career, Peyton has faced the Titans, Jets, Dolphins, and twice at the Patriots, Manning has thrown two touchdown passes and seven interceptions. His quarterback rating is 55.6. The most yards he has thrown for is 238. The Colts have lost by an average of 15.4 points.

A defense would certainly help. But Peyton has NO excuse for not putting up more points with the talent he has on offense.. :P


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Old 02-06-2005, 03:14 PM   #15
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Seriously? Again? I\'ll pull out the same argument from before.

Yeah, these look like the stats of a guy who plays terrible in the postseason


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POST-SEASON: Started 1/4 vs. Denver, 1/11 at Kansas City and 11/18 at New England…was 22-26-377, 5 TDs, 158.3 rating vs. Denver to set club playoff mark for most single-game scoring passes…teamed with Stokley (4-144, 2 TDs; 31t, 87t) and Harrison (7-133, 2 TDs; 46t, 23t) on TD tosses…87t play set Colts playoff record for longest completion (75t, Unitas-to-John Mackey, Super Bowl V was prior longest play)…had 3rd 5+-TD game of season (6 at New Orleans; 5 vs. Atlanta) and 4th career perfect rating, 2nd of season (at New Orleans)… joined three other NFL QBs with perfect post-season rating games (Don Meredith, Terry Bradshaw, Dave Krieg)…became only NFL player with three 5+-TD games in one season (including the playoffs)… became 11th player in NFL playoff history with four TD passes in one half… five TD passes fell one shy of NFL playoff record (Daryle Lamonica, Steve Young) and tied totals accomplished by Sid Luckman, Lamonica, Joe Montana, Kurt Warner and Kerry Collins…won NFL Offensive Player-of-the-Week honors…was 22-30-304, 3 TDs, 138.8 rating at Kansas City for 2nd consecutive 300+ yards/100+ rating game…teamed with Harrison (6-98), WR-Reggie Wayne (6-83, 1 TD; 19t), Stokley (4-57, 1 TD; 29t) and RB-Tom Lopienski (1-2, 1 TD; 2t) to guide passing attack…led club to scores on six of eight possessions, failing to score only at end of half and end of game…finished game with nine career playoff touchdown passes, besting prior club mark of Unitas (7)… became 5th player in NFL playoff history to start playoffs with eight or more TD passes without interception (11, Montana, San Francisco, 1989; 9, Young, San Francisco, 1994; 8, Troy Aikman, Dallas, 1992; 8, Phil Simms, NYG, 1986)…was 23-47-237, 1 TD/4 ints. at New England.
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And that doesn\'t include the 5 tds verse Denver this year in the playoffs.
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:18 PM   #16
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saintwhodi-

Up until last year Peyton hadn\'t even won a playoff game is his career.

The Bottom Line is this:

EVERY year Peyton plays terrible in the last game and the offense chokes. Who do you blame?
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:23 PM   #17
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Billy,

I\'d blame the whole team... :yes:
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:37 PM   #18
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Billy,

I\'d blame the whole team... :yes:
Yeah, I just want to hear saintwhodi say someone else can be blamed besides the QB.

I just figure it would be easier for him to say it with Peyton rather than Brooks.

Sometimes you\'ve got to use another QB besides Brooks to get a point across..
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:41 PM   #19
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I knew where you were going, but I figured I\'d point out the obvious before someone started on this whole - \"flip flop, flip flop\" carp (yes, I said carp).
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Old 02-06-2005, 04:11 PM   #20
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Oh yeah, cause I can see how you can call a QB who throws 55 TDs in a year(NFL record) is regarded as one of the best all time ALREADY, has the ability to run a no huddle offense cause his coaches believe in his play-calling ability and intelligence that much, a problem. So AB put up this numbers in his career? When he does, he is definitely NOT a problem. Please try harder than that. Peyton was 3-13 his first year, who has come farther him or AB? Too easy.
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