Manning's Arm Strength

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    Still doesn't look the same to me regardless of what all the commentators seem to believe.  Yeah his wobbly balls are a bit more susceptible to adverse weather conditions, but even with that there were a number of throws that seemed to lack the needed juice.  He made a few good ones, but there didn't seem to be much consistency.

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    Weak. His ankles are killing him. KC will be brutal on him sunday.

     
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    Weak. His ankles are killing him. KC will be brutal on him sunday.

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    Makes you wonder...   Like how old he looked ...  almost like his last game....  like he's done.

     
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    Weak. His ankles are killing him. KC will be brutal on him sunday.

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    I think Denver handles KC pretty easy this weekend. Predicted KC with 5 losses and stand by my projection

     
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    He is clearly not at 100%... saw people mention nerve damage and that could very well be the case.  He was also working off one ankle in a freezing hurricane... but he sure did look old.

     
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    Still doesn't look the same to me regardless of what all the commentators seem to believe.  Yeah his wobbly balls are a bit more susceptible to adverse weather conditions, but even with that there were a number of throws that seemed to lack the needed juice.  He made a few good ones, but there didn't seem to be much consistency.

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         Though he's never been any good in bad weather games, that "mild" high ankle sprain has got to be bothering him. A QB is like a baseball pitcher. If either doesn't have strong legs to provide a solid base, he loses velocity on his throws. Peyton is not 29 anymore...he's 37. The legs are usually the first thing to go on an aging athlete.

         Teams playing Denver should defense them exactly as the Patriots did. Take away Peyton's  beloved short passes, and make him beat you with the run, or the deep pass. That said, the Broncos did not have TE Julius Thomas when they played N.E.. He's quite a weapon.  

     

     
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    Still doesn't look the same to me regardless of what all the commentators seem to believe.  Yeah his wobbly balls are a bit more susceptible to adverse weather conditions, but even with that there were a number of throws that seemed to lack the needed juice.  He made a few good ones, but there didn't seem to be much consistency.



         Though he's never been any good in bad weather games, that "mild" high ankle sprain has got to be bothering him. A QB is like a baseball pitcher. If either doesn't have strong legs to provide a solid base, he loses velocity on his throws. Peyton is not 29 anymore...he's 37. The legs are usually the first thing to go on an aging athlete.

         Teams playing Denver should defense them exactly as the Patriots did. Take away Peyton's  beloved short passes, and make him beat you with the run, or the deep pass. That said, the Broncos did not have TE Julius Thomas when they played N.E.. He's quite a weapon.  

     

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    Really...?  37...?   You're only as old as you look ...lol.   He looks closer to 47 than 37.

     
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    I dont get all this media talk about his nerve "regeneration", that takes years to come back, if it ever does. 

      Seam routes used to be one of his trademark throws. He hardly throws anything downfield anymore unless he just lofts one deep along the sideline.

     
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