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    My washing machine works hard. Is it a good leader?

    Peyton Manning couldn't lead a sick whore off a **** pot.
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    Peyton Manning a far better leader than Big Ben

    Quote Originally Posted by ChucktownSteeler View Post
    My washing machine works hard. Is it a good leader?.
    Well it certainly never threw anyone under the bus... So based on your criteria, your washing machine is a great leader... Wait, how many Super Bowl rings does it have?
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    Let's create the Peyton Manning "ball cupping" team. Who is on board?

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    Peyton Manning a far better leader than Big Ben

    Quote Originally Posted by ChucktownSteeler View Post
    Let's create the Peyton Manning "ball cupping" team. Who is on board?
    Funny how those who are defending Peyton are "ball cupping" but those defending Ben with much greater ferocity are not.

    Then again, you have not shown any capability for intellectual consistency in this thread so I should not be surprised.
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    Peyton Manning a far better leader than Big Ben

    Quote Originally Posted by ChucktownSteeler View Post

    Again, I will take Ben you can have Peyton. Here's your websites:

    www.colts.com

    www.broncos.com

    Feel free to scram.

    Don't let the door hit 'ya.....
    Nice bit of football McCarthyism. If you do not think Ben is better, you need to be a Colts/Broncos fan!

    It shows how you are dealing solely on emotion and have abandoned rational thought.

    If you think Ray Lewis was better than Larry Foote, should you be a Ravens fan?

    If you think McCoy is better than Bell, should you be an Eagles fan?

    If you think Graham or Gronk is better than Miller, should you be a Saints/Patriots fan?

    Do you realize the level of idiocy your logic takes you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilPatrickBanana View Post
    therefor Ben is a great leader
    Most of the writing population says "therefore"; however, you said "therefor". Are you some type of lawyer?
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    I'll still stick with Ben. Let's see:

    First QB in the history of the NFL to have 2 - 500 yard games passing.
    Fourth QB in the history of the NFL to win 100 of his first 150 games. The other three: Bradshaw, Montana, Brady. No bad company.
    First QB in the history of the NFL to have 12 TDs in 2 games (back-to-back). I won't mention 0 ints in these games.
    2 of out 3 Super bowl wins.
    Youngest QB to win a Super Bowl

    Manning:
    Throws OL under the bus in play-off loss to Steelers
    Cries unbelievably about PA announcer during home game.
    Recently schooled by Tom Brady
    Great play-off 'choker"

    I'll stay with Ben, you can have Manning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real Deal Steel View Post
    Peyton Manning isn't even the greatest QB in his own generation. That belongs to Brady. Get over it.

    Again, everyone remembers the confetti dropping on Brady as he beat the Rams, As he beat the Panthers. I (along with everyone else) remember nothing of Manning in the post season other then his numerous failures. There isn't a crystallized moment in Manning's whole postseason career other then failures. Nothing positive. The only positive I remember for Manning is when Rex Grossman threw the pick/six TD in the Super Bowl to give it to Manning.

    And again..Manning wasn't even the MVP of that Super Bowl. It was Addai and the other RB who were running and caring the offense. Manning is the most over hyped player in the league over the last 14 years.

    When he cries, they change rules. When he cried in 2004 over the Patriots being physical with his receivers, they changed the rules. When he cries over Seattle being physical with his receivers, the league wants to "reinforce" certain rules. Because the NFL is in love with him but the truth is his sixty percent hype.
    A lot of truth here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChucktownSteeler View Post
    I'll still stick with Ben. Let's see:

    First QB in the history of the NFL to have 2 - 500 yard games passing.
    Fourth QB in the history of the NFL to win 100 of his first 150 games. The other three: Bradshaw, Montana, Brady. No bad company.
    First QB in the history of the NFL to have 12 TDs in 2 games (back-to-back). I won't mention 0 ints in these games.
    2 of out 3 Super bowl wins.
    Youngest QB to win a Super Bowl

    Manning:
    Throws OL under the bus in play-off loss to Steelers
    Cries unbelievably about PA announcer during home game.
    Recently schooled by Tom Brady
    Great play-off 'choker"

    I'll stay with Ben, you can have Manning.

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