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    Peyton's Back

    Damn, that drive looked like a carbon copy of the Colts 5 years ago.

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    He's a bit of a freak really - after that injury - I know he's done the rehab and he's a hard worker and everything but he's been out of the game for such a long time. What an incredibly talented player - making an excellent defense look pretty pedestrian.

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    He's amazing, one of the best players we'll see in our lifetimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    Damn, that drive looked like a carbon copy of the Colts 5 years ago.
    Ya mean payton?

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    Broncos are SB contenders if he keeps playing like this

    Both teams tonight are pretty good... this was a good game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzsaw View Post
    He's amazing, one of the best players we'll see in our lifetimes.
    After going a full season without him for the first time in over a decade, it's incredible to watch him dissect this Steelers D.

    So cliche, but especially this fourth Q, it's like watching a neurosurgeon work.

    IMO, best quarterback of my time.

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    Looks great....

    However... and this is a BIG however... he has fluttered quite a few passes tonight, those can be susceptible to being picked off in big games...just saying.

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    Love the way he gets his whole team to the line with about 20 seconds to spare on the play clock so he can read the defense pre-snap. He's had a couple of audibles in this game that were amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Looks great....

    However... and this is a BIG however... he has fluttered quite a few passes tonight, those can be susceptible to being picked off in big games...just saying.
    Got better as the game went on though - lot of the ducky throws were early in the game. Pretty sure also he used to throw a few fluttered passes even during his pomp, but back then, like tonight, they still all hit the target.

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    Peyton's back, and so is Tracy Porter. Funny that is was him given the history between those 2....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soberphobia View Post
    Got better as the game went on though - lot of the ducky throws were early in the game. Pretty sure also he used to throw a few fluttered passes even during his pomp, but back then, like tonight, they still all hit the target.
    Fair points.

    I don't mean to take away anything form the guy, he got it done like bubble gum.

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    luckily he plays the pats this year

    week 5

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    Peyton picked apart that secondary with ease. Though it'll be interesting to see how he fares against a better secondary, Pittsburgh's is not very good outside of Polamalu and Clark and their entire scheme revolves around blitzing.

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