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    Peyton Manning

    How much do you think Peyton enjoyed watching the Pats lose their perfect season last night? He had to LOVEEEE it.

    Peyton is a really good guy. Twice the man Brady is and I'm glad he was able to keep the trophy in the family.



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    I was wondering something similar. Was he cheering for his brother? Or against the rival Pats?

    Had to be double sweet for him.



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    Peyton is a really good guy. Twice the man Brady is and I'm glad he was able to keep the trophy in the family.
    What makes Peyton Manning such a good guy and Tom Brady half the man. Do you know them personally? Just wondering if it's an opinion based on television commercials.



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Why would a "really good guy" celebrate the loss of someone at the hands of someone else? Being happy for your brother is one thing, but who cares about the Patriots? Three weeks ago you lay an egg against the Chargers.

    If he "LOVEEED" it, it's because he's jealous the Patriots even had a chance to go 19-0. And Peyton had nothing to do with "keeping the trophy" in the family. Your post makes no sense to me.



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by MadCy View Post
    What makes Peyton Manning such a good guy and Tom Brady half the man. Do you know them personally? Just wondering if it's an opinion based on television commercials.
    Tom Brady is a first class a-hole! Has a child with Bridget, and then refuses to acknowledge that the baby is his. Not a classy move on his part. I actually like Brady until this whole thing shook out.


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    Re: Peyton Manning

    I would say he was a lot more happier for his brother winning then the Patriots loosing.


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    Peyton isn't off knocking up every woman in a dress (of course perhaps that's becasue he is a lil' funny lookin..lol).

    He is a great role model and doesn't have the arrogance that Brady tends to express.



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    Peyton isn't off knocking up every woman in a dress (of course perhaps that's becasue he is a lil' funny lookin..lol).

    He is a great role model and doesn't have the arrogance that Brady tends to express.

    But Peyton has the 6 pack abs!


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    oh....and yes...Peyton's commercials are tremendous!



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    Re: Peyton Manning

    I believe that he's happier that li'l brother won a Super Bowl and MVP. Of course, Brady and the Pats going down was a pretty good bonus.


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    Re: Peyton Manning

    I enjoyed watching Peyton on Saturday Night Live... it was probably the first time I've watched that show in about a decade... but the United Way commerical with the little kids was priceless.... (sorry I can't find it on youtube)


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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Quote Originally Posted by frontrangeclone View Post
    I enjoyed watching Peyton on Saturday Night Live... it was probably the first time I've watched that show in about a decade... but the United Way commerical with the little kids was priceless.... (sorry I can't find it on youtube)
    I thought the Tom Brady video on sexual harrassment was pretty good as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by frontrangeclone View Post
    but the United Way commerical with the little kids was priceless.... (sorry I can't find it on youtube)
    NBC/Universal probably made whoever posted it to youtube take it down. A couple of years ago, I put up a clip of the Brian Setzer Orchestra on Conan, and NBC got all hissy about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Tom Brady is a first class a-hole! Has a child with Bridget, and then refuses to acknowledge that the baby is his. Not a classy move on his part. I actually like Brady until this whole thing shook out.

    No kidding. I completely agree.


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    Re: Peyton Manning

    Are we seriously discussing whether Peyton Manning is happier that his brother won or that the Patriots lost? Is there really any question to that?

    Think of it this way. If your little brother led his college football team to win against Iowa in the national championship game--well OK, Iowa wouldn't reach the national championship game...

    All right, if your little brother led his college football team to a win against Iowa for the Big Ten championship--well, that's probably not going to happen anytime soon...

    OK, if your little brother led his college football team against Iowa in its equivalent of the Super Bowl--wait...

    My point is that if it were my little brother, I'd be happy and proud that he overcame adversity, ignored the critics, beat the odds and was the MVP in one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl--nay, pro sports history. The fact that it was a win against Iowa--er, the Patriots is just icing on the cake.



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