That was, essentially, most of the scuttlebutt around the football world last week, when Peyton Manning was in position to write his own legacy in some way, shape or form. While any logical person might ask, “But wait, how will one 60-minute window of football define an entire career?” that did not stop the topic from gaining steam in the 14-day hype period between championship weekend and Super Bowl Sunday.
Manning brushed off the question at media day, saying he thought a player can’t have a legacy until he’s 70 years old. He was dropping a little bit of humor, but he likely knew what was at stake on Sunday night in New Jersey.
And as you know by now, things didn’t exactly go swimmingly for Manning and the Broncos. Peyton watched the first snap of the game sail right past his face and into the end zone for a safety, and it only went downhill from there.
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