Joe Buck: And Now it is Our Pleasure to Watch Peyton Manning

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    Joe Buck: And Now it is Our Pleasure to Watch Peyton Manning

    That's how he opened after Dallas scored and Peyton took the field.
     
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    it's gonna be out pleasure to watch 3 INTs again
     
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    LETS GO DALLAS ,AND GO 75 MARC COLUMBO STARTING O LINE FOR DALLAS GOOD HOMETOWN BOY WENT TOO HS WITH HIM
     
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    1 INT DOWN 2 TO GO MANNING LOL!!!!
     
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    it's gonna be out pleasure to watch 3 INTs again
    Posted by kansaspatriot


    1 down 2 to go!
     
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    LMAO
     
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    One of the few QBs ever who can throw 3 ints and still win the game.

    On that note, go Cowboys!!!
     
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    In Response to Joe Buck: And Now it is Our Pleasure to Watch Peyton Manning:
    That's how he opened after Dallas scored and Peyton took the field.
    Posted by apdynasty23


    Well, he's right - I could watch Peyton throw interceptions all day - I just ove it - better than the three stooges.  Then, watching Dallas run all over Indy?  Classic stuff - never gets old.  Although rooting for Dallas leaves a bad taste in my mouth - guess I'll have to wash it out with another beer.
     
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    wobder when the indy fans will start leaving the game? dallas is looking pretty strng so far on offense.
     
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    Colts and Manning look horrible.  Manning is not good without lots of talent (first round picks) around him.  Brady does so much more with so much less.  Not even close really. 
    Posted by Duc749Rider


    You are correct and finally this season is showing what some of us has known for a very long time.  Glad others have started to take notice of this.
     
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    Looks like Pierre Glassone is hurt
     
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    I disagree, BradyMossFan. Nobody outside of Boston is admitting what we've thought for a while. Obviously, we're a bit biased against Peyton but still, the mainstream media is still playing the other side of the coin: "Poor Peyton can be so great if his line blocked, if he had a running game, if his receivers didn't drop passes, if players didn't get hurt on his team [as if injuries are rare in the NFL], if he didn't have so many young players on his roster."

    It's still laughable. What Brady is doing right now with Woody, Benny, rookie tight ends, and a "has been" receiver in Branch gets overshadowed by Belichick's greatness and his apparent assembly line of QBs that he develops.

    Yet, Manning is just a victim and the proverbial "little engine that could."

    Complete bullsh!t but I find solace in watching Manning throw pick-sixes in the Super Bowl and pout after every 3-and-out. That's all the revenge I need!
     
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    Sorry, that should have been Garcon.
     
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    That's two!!

    One to go!
     
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    Re: Joe Buck: And Now it is Our Pleasure to Watch Peyton Manning

    Oh my...
     
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    Another pick-six by Peyton
     
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    Losing 17-0 now...fun to watch! 
     
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    2 PICKS NOW FOR MANNING  WHAT A GOOD JOB FOR A MVP RUN !!!
     
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    LOL  MVP MY ARSE*
     
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    Another pick-6.  Can't wait for Underdoggg to try to "justify" how that wasn't Horseface's fault - no pressure, bad throw - even Aikman said it was bad.  Of course, he probably had a molecule in his eye, so it's the fault of science.  Loving this game so far.
     
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    Pretty sure the best QB's of all time didn't make throws like that.

    The fact that multi-interception games are becoming all-too-common for Manning has to be concerning for Colts fans. These aren't issues with personell; these picks are just flat-out BAD decisions on Manning's part.
     
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    Funny Peyton isn't so good when not surrounded by all pros.
     
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    WATCH  MANNING WILL GET THE MVP CAUSE THEY FEEL BAD FOR HIM LOL,THATS ARE LUCK
     
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    Now it's an excusefest from Buck and Aikman
     
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    Re: Joe Buck: And Now it is Our Pleasure to Watch Peyton Manning

    You take away Clark and Peyton gets average. And I loved how Buck said that Peyton made a great throw into double coverage on the first pick. Then he said, Peyton has to do it all by himself, then he said all he has are his two outside WRs and his TE. -_-... 2 WRs and a TE. Poor Peyton, other people have 500 WRs and like a gajillion TEs. =( 
     
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