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    Peyton Manning's Neck Injury Likely Did Happen During 2010 Season

    September 12th, 2010: Colts play the Texans Week One of the 2010, and lose 34-24. Peyton Manning is sacked twice and knocked down and around seemingly a gazillion times.

    September 14th, 2010: I am contacted by a knowledgeable source, via email, informing me that Peyton has severe neck pain due to an injury and the Colts staff are aware and treating it. The source asks to be listed as anonymous for fear of reprisals. I spend the next three days following up with source on details.

    September 16th, 2010: The Week Two injury report for Thursday is released. It makes no mention of Peyton Manning with any kind of neck injury.

    September 17th, 2010: Stampede Blue story is posted titled, Rumor: Peyton Manning Is Hurt. Chaos ensues.
    September 19th, 2010: The Colts play the Giants at Lucas Oil Stadium. Peyton is seen with a sleeve over his left elbow. This was a similar sleeve he wore in 2010 while recovering from a March 2010 neck surgery. Manning threw the ball only 26 times in that game (his fewest attempts in one game all season, save the Jets playoff game, which was also 26) as Colts win 38-14.



    October 15th, 2010: After watching five Colts games, ESPN TV analyst Ron Jaworski says that Peyton has 'not been real sharp,' and that perhaps time is catching up with him. Colts fans eviscerate Jaworski.

    November 21st, 2010: Peyton Manning begins a stretch of three games that has him throwing three or more interceptions per game.

    November 28th, 2010: Against the Chargers, Peyton is seen with the sleeve from Week Two now on his throwing arm, covering his right elbow. He tosses four picks against San Diego, including two returned for touchdowns. Colts blown out at home 36-14.



    November 29th, 2010: Phil Wilson of the Indianapolis Star reports that Colts coach Jim Caldwell claims the sleeve on Peyton's right elbow was due to an abrasion he suffered falling to the ground.

    December 1st, 2010: The first injury report for Week Thirteen makes no mention of any injury associated with Peyton Manning. Peyton has not spent one second on the injury list all season.

    December 2nd, 2010: Peyton Manning admits to CBS Sports that he had a 'stinger' injury in his right shoulder and played through it against the Chargers in Week Twelve.

    December 3rd, 2010: Final injury report for Week Thirteen. No mention of Peyton with any kind of injury despite him admitting to CBS he had one.

    December 5th, 2010: Peyton throws four INTs against the Dallas Cowboys. Colts lose 38-35 at home. Fall to 6-6 on the season. Peyton plays the entire game with sleeve on his right elbow. That must be some 'abrasion', Coach Caldwell.

    December 9th, 2010: Don Banks of Sports Illustrated writes an online article saying Peyton Manning is possibly playing hurt. He cites Stampede Blue's Sept. 17th post as a source. He also quotes an unnamed league source who states that Peyton has lost some arm strength.

    December 26th, 2011: Colts play the Raiders in Oakland, and the sleeve is now gone from Peyton's right elbow.




    January 8th, 2011: Colts are eliminated from the playoffs 17-16 by the NY Jets. Peyton finishes the season with 679 attempts, the most in one season for him in his entire thirteen year career. For all of the 2010 season, Peyton Manning is not listed on the injury report prior to a game.

    May 24th, 2011: Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that Peyton Manning has had surgery to repair 'a disc-related issue in his neck.' Chappell states that the injury that cause the 'disc-related issue' happened somewhat recently, but did not provide details. It's assumed the source for this causality explanation is Peyton himself, as he reported the surgery.

    May 24th, 2011: After news broke regarding Peyton's neck surgery, Colts owner Jim Irsay was asked by reporters at the 2011 Spring owners meeting in Indianapolis if Peyton's injury occurred during the 2010 season. Irsay says that the injury built up over time, but just only started to cause Peyton discomfort.

    ***

    Now, looking at that entire timeline, with all those events and facts placed neatly in front of you, if you still truly believe Peyton Manning's neck injury was caused 'recently,' no offense, but you are gullible and easily duped.

    Sure, it is possible all these events in 2010 happened, and then by some odd coincidence, Peyton recently hurt himself by, perhaps, picking up his twins during feeding time. This caused 'discomfort' in some pre-existing injury that happened during a team workout. Thus, the need for surgery now. But, as my friend and colleague Jason Brewer of Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly stated, if all that is true, 'its one hell of a coincidence.'

    Based on the evidence in the timeline, there's proof there Peyton had a neck injury during the 2010 season. He even admitted so himself, saying it was a 'shoulder stinger.' Thus, any suggestion that this injury was caused during a recent player workout is silliness, and highly unlikely.

    More likely, based on the facts, Peyton got hurt during the 2010 campaign, and the Colts covered it up.

    Obviously, Jim Irsay is not going to tell reporters at an owners meeting during a lockout that the injury initially happened Week One against the Texans, and that the Colts covered up the whole thing. He'd be admitting violating NFL rules, and he'd make himself, Bill Polian, and the Colts look like idiots. Thus, he seemingly answers the questions vaguely.

    For many, I'm sure it is no surprise that the Colts have lied and misled fans and the NFL about this and (likely) many other injuries. Peyton himself has probably been complicit with it because, had they admitted the injury during the 2010 season, opponents would have targeted his shoulder or neck, looking to make the injury worse.

    However, it is not for Peyton, Jim Irsay, Jim Caldwell, or the Polians to be self-righteous about the rules while, at the same time, skirting other rules to their benefit. The 2010 season had very specific rules about reporting player injuries, and by the looks of things, the Colts thumbed their noses at those rules.

    Obviously, it was to the team's benefit to lie or cover-up the injury. At the end of the day, the NFL measures a team by wins and loses, not by how 'nice' or 'by-the-book' they are. But, what makes this situation particularly interesting is the Colts seem to enjoy lecturing people about 'integrity' and 'playing the right way.' Those lectures ring hollow if they are failing to live up to those expectations themselves.

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    Throughout Peytons career he has won many NFL awards.
    NFL awards:
    NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009)
    Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005)
    11× Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010)
    5× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
    3× Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006)
    2× Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004)
    6× AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
    1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team
    2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year
    2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award
    2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
    2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award
    2005 Pro Bowl MVP
    2007 Super Bowl MVP
    2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award

    Additionally, Manning has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month four times (9/2003, 11/2004, 10/2006, 9/2009) and Offensive Player of the Week on 21 occasions (20 AFC, 1 NFL/playoff).


    2010 was the year Peyton got injured and he didn't win any awards but he did make the Pro Bowl for the 11th time.
    Baring injury, I think Peyton looks like his old self again and I think he will take this team to the Playoffs and hopefully to a SuperBowl.
    Manning is playing possum and will come out guns blazing. Also, the voters LOVE Manning and if he plays solid and better than Tebow did last season...he will eat up votes. I actually never thought he would play again, but knowing him and hearing good things out of Denver, I feel good about the odds.
    I think Peyton will win The NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award, The National Football League Most Valuable Player Award,The NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award,The Walter Payton Man of the Year award,The Byron "Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year Award,The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award,and Pro Bowl MVP award.
    What do you think?

    Remember....Manning was injured in 2009-2010 and still got his team to the playoffs.
    79
    Comeback Player of the Year Award
    49.37%
    39
    Most Valuable Player Award
    11.39%
    9
    Offensive Player of the Year Award
    8.86%
    7
    Walter Payton Man of the Year award
    5.06%
    4
    Super Bowl MVP
    18.99%
    15
    All the above
    6.33%
    5

    The poll is expired.

    "And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Manning and Hell followed with him."

  • #2
    I forgot to add "none" to the poll...
    If you think he's toast and wont win nothing just say "toast".
    "And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Manning and Hell followed with him."

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    • #3
      Well if he stays healthy he is a shoe-in for Comeback Player of the Year...

      I doubt he gets MVP or Offensive unless he just absolutely destroys everyone... which is obvious...

      Also I want Woodyard to win MOTY before Peyton!
      All in for Siemian!

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      • #4
        my orange colored glasses say he wins SB MVP. :thumb:
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        • #5
          He has comback player locked up. If he shreds it, he will win NFL MVP player of the year. They win the SB, he will be MVP
          From a Colt to a Bronco

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fan of the MAN View Post
            He has comback player locked up. If he shreds it, he will win NFL MVP player of the year. They win the SB, he will be MVP
            Peyton will win every award except for Man of the Year. He won it once so he probably won't win it again. I think people forget that in 2010, Manning was in the lead for mvp at the halfway point. I expect Manning to be his MVP self again. 5th MvP, 2nd SB MVP, and obviously he would win Comeback and offensive too if he performed that well.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RedEyedJeti View Post
              Peyton Manning's Neck Injury Likely Did Happen During 2010 Season

              September 12th, 2010: Colts play the Texans Week One of the 2010, and lose 34-24. Peyton Manning is sacked twice and knocked down and around seemingly a gazillion times.

              September 14th, 2010: I am contacted by a knowledgeable source, via email, informing me that Peyton has severe neck pain due to an injury and the Colts staff are aware and treating it. The source asks to be listed as anonymous for fear of reprisals. I spend the next three days following up with source on details.

              September 16th, 2010: The Week Two injury report for Thursday is released. It makes no mention of Peyton Manning with any kind of neck injury.

              September 17th, 2010: Stampede Blue story is posted titled, Rumor: Peyton Manning Is Hurt. Chaos ensues.
              September 19th, 2010: The Colts play the Giants at Lucas Oil Stadium. Peyton is seen with a sleeve over his left elbow. This was a similar sleeve he wore in 2010 while recovering from a March 2010 neck surgery. Manning threw the ball only 26 times in that game (his fewest attempts in one game all season, save the Jets playoff game, which was also 26) as Colts win 38-14.



              October 15th, 2010: After watching five Colts games, ESPN TV analyst Ron Jaworski says that Peyton has 'not been real sharp,' and that perhaps time is catching up with him. Colts fans eviscerate Jaworski.

              November 21st, 2010: Peyton Manning begins a stretch of three games that has him throwing three or more interceptions per game.

              November 28th, 2010: Against the Chargers, Peyton is seen with the sleeve from Week Two now on his throwing arm, covering his right elbow. He tosses four picks against San Diego, including two returned for touchdowns. Colts blown out at home 36-14.



              November 29th, 2010: Phil Wilson of the Indianapolis Star reports that Colts coach Jim Caldwell claims the sleeve on Peyton's right elbow was due to an abrasion he suffered falling to the ground.

              December 1st, 2010: The first injury report for Week Thirteen makes no mention of any injury associated with Peyton Manning. Peyton has not spent one second on the injury list all season.

              December 2nd, 2010: Peyton Manning admits to CBS Sports that he had a 'stinger' injury in his right shoulder and played through it against the Chargers in Week Twelve.

              December 3rd, 2010: Final injury report for Week Thirteen. No mention of Peyton with any kind of injury despite him admitting to CBS he had one.

              December 5th, 2010: Peyton throws four INTs against the Dallas Cowboys. Colts lose 38-35 at home. Fall to 6-6 on the season. Peyton plays the entire game with sleeve on his right elbow. That must be some 'abrasion', Coach Caldwell.

              December 9th, 2010: Don Banks of Sports Illustrated writes an online article saying Peyton Manning is possibly playing hurt. He cites Stampede Blue's Sept. 17th post as a source. He also quotes an unnamed league source who states that Peyton has lost some arm strength.

              December 26th, 2011: Colts play the Raiders in Oakland, and the sleeve is now gone from Peyton's right elbow.




              January 8th, 2011: Colts are eliminated from the playoffs 17-16 by the NY Jets. Peyton finishes the season with 679 attempts, the most in one season for him in his entire thirteen year career. For all of the 2010 season, Peyton Manning is not listed on the injury report prior to a game.

              May 24th, 2011: Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that Peyton Manning has had surgery to repair 'a disc-related issue in his neck.' Chappell states that the injury that cause the 'disc-related issue' happened somewhat recently, but did not provide details. It's assumed the source for this causality explanation is Peyton himself, as he reported the surgery.

              May 24th, 2011: After news broke regarding Peyton's neck surgery, Colts owner Jim Irsay was asked by reporters at the 2011 Spring owners meeting in Indianapolis if Peyton's injury occurred during the 2010 season. Irsay says that the injury built up over time, but just only started to cause Peyton discomfort.

              ***

              Now, looking at that entire timeline, with all those events and facts placed neatly in front of you, if you still truly believe Peyton Manning's neck injury was caused 'recently,' no offense, but you are gullible and easily duped.

              Sure, it is possible all these events in 2010 happened, and then by some odd coincidence, Peyton recently hurt himself by, perhaps, picking up his twins during feeding time. This caused 'discomfort' in some pre-existing injury that happened during a team workout. Thus, the need for surgery now. But, as my friend and colleague Jason Brewer of Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly stated, if all that is true, 'its one hell of a coincidence.'

              Based on the evidence in the timeline, there's proof there Peyton had a neck injury during the 2010 season. He even admitted so himself, saying it was a 'shoulder stinger.' Thus, any suggestion that this injury was caused during a recent player workout is silliness, and highly unlikely.

              More likely, based on the facts, Peyton got hurt during the 2010 campaign, and the Colts covered it up.

              Obviously, Jim Irsay is not going to tell reporters at an owners meeting during a lockout that the injury initially happened Week One against the Texans, and that the Colts covered up the whole thing. He'd be admitting violating NFL rules, and he'd make himself, Bill Polian, and the Colts look like idiots. Thus, he seemingly answers the questions vaguely.

              For many, I'm sure it is no surprise that the Colts have lied and misled fans and the NFL about this and (likely) many other injuries. Peyton himself has probably been complicit with it because, had they admitted the injury during the 2010 season, opponents would have targeted his shoulder or neck, looking to make the injury worse.

              However, it is not for Peyton, Jim Irsay, Jim Caldwell, or the Polians to be self-righteous about the rules while, at the same time, skirting other rules to their benefit. The 2010 season had very specific rules about reporting player injuries, and by the looks of things, the Colts thumbed their noses at those rules.

              Obviously, it was to the team's benefit to lie or cover-up the injury. At the end of the day, the NFL measures a team by wins and loses, not by how 'nice' or 'by-the-book' they are. But, what makes this situation particularly interesting is the Colts seem to enjoy lecturing people about 'integrity' and 'playing the right way.' Those lectures ring hollow if they are failing to live up to those expectations themselves.

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              Throughout Peytons career he has won many NFL awards.
              NFL awards:
              NFL MVP (2003 (shared with Steve McNair), 2004, 2008, 2009)
              Best NFL Player ESPY Award(2004,2005)
              11× Pro Bowl (1999–2000, 2002–2010)
              5× First-team All-Pro (2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
              3× Second-team All-Pro (1999, 2000, 2006)
              2× Bert Bell Award (2003, 2004)
              6× AFC Offensive Player of the Year Awards (1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)
              1998 NFL All-Rookie First Team
              2004 Fedex Express Player of the Year
              2005 Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award
              2005 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
              2005 Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award
              2005 Pro Bowl MVP
              2007 Super Bowl MVP
              2007 Best Championship Performance ESPY Award

              Additionally, Manning has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month four times (9/2003, 11/2004, 10/2006, 9/2009) and Offensive Player of the Week on 21 occasions (20 AFC, 1 NFL/playoff).


              2010 was the year Peyton got injured and he didn't win any awards but he did make the Pro Bowl for the 11th time.
              Baring injury, I think Peyton looks like his old self again and I think he will take this team to the Playoffs and hopefully to a SuperBowl.
              Manning is playing possum and will come out guns blazing. Also, the voters LOVE Manning and if he plays solid and better than Tebow did last season...he will eat up votes. I actually never thought he would play again, but knowing him and hearing good things out of Denver, I feel good about the odds.
              I think Peyton will win The NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award, The National Football League Most Valuable Player Award,The NFL Offensive Player of the Year Award,The Walter Payton Man of the Year award,The Byron "Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year Award,The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award,and Pro Bowl MVP award.
              What do you think?

              Remember....Manning was injured in 2009-2010 and still got his team to the playoffs.
              Peyton was most likely injured in 2006 against the Redskins. Dungy acknowledged that hit probably led to Manning requiring the first neck surgery. The following surgeries were in response to that first one not doing the job fully.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nBxHse5s74

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              • #8
                What the Colts did seems extremely sketch. I wonder if they planned it all to get Luck.

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                • #9
                  The only thing I care about is him winning the Super Bowl trophy. All else would just be bonus. And as others stated if we win the super bowl he likely gets SB MVP.

                  Comeback player of the year is most likely a given too.
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                  • #10
                    Im sure the root of Manning's injury began back in the 2006, during a redskins game,

                    the defensive coach than, gregg williams, i think it as daniels who tried to rip his head off,

                    http://www.nfl.com/videos/indianapol...ontinuous=true

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                    • #11
                      If I had to guess, I'd say he was hurt in 2006 and re-injured in the first game of 2010

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                      • #12
                        Either way... He should be all fixed up now. I expect the MVP caliber of the pre 2010 season Manning to show up this year.
                        Its gonna be fun to watch. As a Colt fan I am extremely disappointed to lose him but I am glad he's back and I'm happy for you guys. I hope he succeeds in Denver and I hope he brings you guys a Lombardi Trophy or two.
                        Enjoy my favorite QB you lucky [email protected]&#%'s.....lol
                        "And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Manning and Hell followed with him."

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                        • #13
                          For me Comeback player of the year sounds just about right! Aside from his Talent, His work ethic is what strikes me... This guy is a Machine when it comes to pratice, studing plays and defenses etc.. Im rooting for him 1.000.000.000 %!!!
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Manning2BayBay View Post
                            Im sure the root of Manning's injury began back in the 2006, during a redskins game,

                            the defensive coach than, gregg williams, i think it as daniels who tried to rip his head off,

                            http://www.nfl.com/videos/indianapol...ontinuous=true
                            Originally posted by Peyton&Eli_fan View Post
                            If I had to guess, I'd say he was hurt in 2006 and re-injured in the first game of 2010
                            I'd have to agree with this. The issue stems from that Redskins game and I feel it has been something he has been playing through ever sense.

                            I also don't buy the Jaworski report either.

                            Manning's first 6 games were among his best starts ever.
                            His 13-2 TD ratio is 2nd behind his 17-3 2004 start.
                            His Yards/YPG 1916/319.3 were the highest 6-game start , but so were his attempts.
                            His cmp% of 67.3 would rank as his 4th highest (2009 72.6, 2003 68.5, 2007 68.3)

                            While Manning did have a rough stretch in 2010, I contribute that more to playing through an arm issue combined with the other Colts injuries(Clark, Collie,OL). While Tamme replaced as Clark as well as anyone could, Blair White was a fairly large drop off to Collie, and Collie was having a pro-bowl season when he went out.

                            Brady was the MVP in 2010.
                            Brady was 324/492 65.9%
                            Manning was 450/679 66.3%

                            Brady threw for 3900 yards, Manning threw for 4700.
                            Brady had 7.93 yards per attempt. Manning had 6.92. That yard & change were huge.

                            Yards thrown:
                            Brady 1894 yards thrown or 3.85 ypa 2006 YAC 6.19 YAC per catch.
                            Manning 2697 yards thrown or 3.97 ypa 2003 YAC 4.45 YAC per catch.

                            Not bad for the worst year you've had in a decade.


                            Awards: He'd have to have a bad season not to win the comeback player of the year award.
                            MVP will be dependent on how he compares to other top QB's. I feel he will be in contention. Brees, Rodgers, Brady and Eli will be in the conversation as well.

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                            • #15
                              LOL

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