Poll: Will Peyton Manning win another Super Bowl?

Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning is hit by Seattle Seahawks' Cliff Avril as he throws an interception during the first half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning is hit by Seattle Seahawks' Cliff Avril as he throws an interception during the first half of the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Will Peyton Manning win another Super Bowl?

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Will Peyton Manning win another Super Bowl?

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wilk58 writes:

Disappointing! Talk about a no show though

FWBVol writes:

Not if the offensive line plays as in the above photo.

wigmeister writes:

A spectacular defense will beat a spectacular offense more times than not. This is a TEAM game. Too much emphasis is placed on one player, I don't care who it is. The bottom line is he could win another if Elway brings in the players necessary to do so. Offensive line really let him down. Seattle played smash mouth football, and Peyton got hit a lot yesterday. On top of that, Peyton himself was not on the top of his game.

slb1zellwood#1421797 writes:

in response to wigmeister:

A spectacular defense will beat a spectacular offense more times than not. This is a TEAM game. Too much emphasis is placed on one player, I don't care who it is. The bottom line is he could win another if Elway brings in the players necessary to do so. Offensive line really let him down. Seattle played smash mouth football, and Peyton got hit a lot yesterday. On top of that, Peyton himself was not on the top of his game.

Last night was a real example of how one team has more desire than the other. Denver looked like a bunch of guys who had no desire to be in a street fight therefore they got their butts handed to them. Idiots will blame Peyton for the lose but that is why they are idiots. I don't believe he will but I sure wish he would just hang it up and call it a career. A person is only as good as the people around him and he didn't have those people last night and don't think they will be there in the future.

oldster writes:

Not with this group of amateurs that drop the ball when they get touched, stand still while a db breaks past them to get a pass that was fluttering due to lousing blocking, constantly setting the offense up inside the 20 as a result of trying to run the ball out from 5 or more yards in the end zone, not being able to get the kickoff into the end zone against one of the best kick returners in the country, etc. etc.

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