Friday, September 29, 2006


I'm always amazed at the large number of sportswriters who despise Peyton Manning. Manning works incredibly hard to be the best player he can be. He is unfailing polite and helpful to the media. He stays after games and practices until the last question has been asked (unlike petulant types such as Tom Brady who have been known to stalk off and leave the media in a lurch after a bad game). Yet the antipathy is there.

Today's example from Ryan Davis:
Eli Manning appears to have everything that Peyton does not: guile, sportsmanship, leadership, and a winning persona.

What's with that?!


Blogger Ol' BC said...

What's with that? I don't know either. Here in Colts country, we find Peyton more than accomodating as well as generous with his community projects. On top of that, when he is interviewed he seems to be able to convey a coherent thought.

10:22 AM, September 30, 2006  

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