Another viewpoint taken by Borges, who isn't known for his liking BB or Pats for that matter.
I'm pretty sure Peyton is a real person and that he's alive and well. Favre also enjoyed some of the best years after the age of 35.One longtime NFL personnel guru spoke with me about it two years ago saying, “You know your quarterback is slipping.”
My reply was “What 35-year-old quarterback isn’t?”
To which he said, “None who ever lived.”
He's done so much with less.
Even Kurt Warner was surrounded with studs. If Wes Welker wasn't 5'-7" lol & Eli doesn't pull off one of the most ridiculously lucky plays since the immaculate reception, ending with the craziest helmet catch he's got 5 Super Bowl wins.
Joe Montana had the brightest offensive coach in the history of football, the best WR ever in Rice, John Taylor, Brent Jones, Roger Craig, Tom Rathman, it was almost unfair.
John Elway is the only QB that did more with less!
Peyton is declining just like every aging QB does....look at his numbers in the SB having the Squawks pressure him.
If I recall, he didn't look pretty.
The NFL is a young man's game.
That article makes an interesting point.
If you have a loved one's life on the line on one game, would you really rather take Phillip Rivers, Rothelisburger, or Luck over Brady?
All things being equal for that one game, the only one I would take over Brady is Peyton. And even that can be argued.