Could Sunday afternoon really be the final chapter to the Brady/Manning saga?
If Peyton goes on to win a Super Bowl, don’t be surprised if he rides off into the sunset, according to Nantz.
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“As magnificent as it is, I can’t think of another rivalry like it right now, or even anything in the last 25 – 30 years that can compare to having those two marquee names in the same game.”
Nantz suggested that the game will likely come down to players not named Peyton Manning or Tom Brady, but that in the annals of sports history it will simply be about the quarterback who won, and the quarterback who lost.
Taking the historical perspective, Nantz said, “I don’t know if we will ever see it again,” which gave some pause to those who were listening "
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