Could he have handled himself in a manner that would have drawn less criticism? Absolutely. But why do we need or expect to immediately hear from a player who just lost the biggest game of his career to date? And why do we have any expectations on how he should act?
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By game's end, Peyton Manning had morphed from classy Super Bowl champion and future Hall of Famer into his dreaded alter ego: a cheesy pitchman I call Peyton Branding.
Super Bowl L was a walk-off performance by everyone involved, except for the defense for each team. They should've stuck around and possibly tried to play offense as well. They couldn't do much worse.
This night couldn't have been scripted any better. A team that dominated during the regular season comes in with all the buzz and stats to complete their season with a win.
Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy. -Gospel of Matthew 5:7 He has been working on Sundays for 18 years, but he is not a minister...
Think back to week 12 of the regular season, when Brock Osweiler helped the team defeat the Patriots with a score of 30-24. This snowy outing help...
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The Super Bowl host city, San Francisco, will be hosting the awards presentation. Ron Rivera and Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers are leading candidates for Coach of the Year and Most Valuable Player and making it to the Super Bowl definitely helped their chances.
Bing Crosby, David Bowie and Alan Rickman still had music in them until their last days on earth. Many Boomers and even Silent Generation members still have music in them. But does the rest of the workforce hear that music and the potential symphonies that could be composed?
Only four teams remain in the NFL Playoffs with a chance to make the Super Bowl. While there's no real favorite to come out of that group, the two matchups are drawing very different demand on the secondary ticket market.
Osweiler potentially gives the Broncos a better chance to beat the New England Patriots, the reigning Super Bowl Champs and likely hosts of this year's AFC Championship Game.
NFL quarterbacks have arguably the most difficult job in all of professional sports. They live under a microscope and face constant scrutiny, yet fans seem to have zero sympathy and unlimited criticism for them.
If you want to get better, then practice consistently and measure constantly. Use that feedback to figure out what is working and what isn't. Then, spend your time putting in more reps rather than searching for another hack. Experts spend more time focusing on what works.
The struggles of Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, in Sunday's loss to the Colts revives the classic question: Why don't professional athletes retire as their skills diminish? NFL players can't seem to quit when it is right, nor can athletes in any other sport.