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  • allthings18
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    This reminds me of Dungy on Dan Patrick's radio show last December or so and how Dungy was saying Manning would have issues if he were a coach because not everybody if anyone else shared his work ethic. That he was always bringing new plays in that would likely work but it would be too much to put in. I'll politely call hogwash on that. Put the plays in and work on them till the others get it down.

    It just makes me sick that Manning's prime was wasted playing for two passive coaches such as Tony Dungy & Jim Caldwelll.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...er-be-a-coach/

    Asked on the Dan Patrick Show whether Manning could be an NFL coach, Dungy said that he couldn’t. According to Dungy, Manning is the “smartest player I’ve ever been around” and would have such high expectations for every player that he wouldn’t be able to manage players who couldn’t match his mental approach to the game.

    “No, absolutely not, because he would expect that from everybody, and he doesn’t realize, everybody’s not Peyton Manning,” Dungy said. “Everybody doesn’t work that hard, everybody can’t be at that level all the time. It would frustrate him to death.”

    Dungy said Manning would come to him on a Tuesday with dozens of new plays he would want to install in the offense, and Dungy would have to tell Manning to ease off because it wasn’t realistic to think that everyone on the Colts would be able to learn all those new plays by Sunday.

    “He’s got 25 things we can run and he knows they’ll be touchdown plays,” Dungy said. “You have to say, ‘Peyton, they are great plays — they probably would be touchdowns. You could put them in just like that. Everybody can’t. The other 10 guys can’t handle those 25 new plays.’”

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  • assassin216
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    I just read that...lol

    Here is the video:

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  • Steamboat7
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    The Football Genius.......Anybody else spot this?

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-...140742956.html


    Amazing!

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  • theMileHighGuy
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    Originally posted by Remedy View Post
    Video for the lazy.
    ......tyvm.


    Wouldn't be surprised if we see that play this year.

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  • // / yardo
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    I'm stealing that play.

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  • Bootleg
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    Originally posted by GoManning View Post
    Can't believe he still remember a play from 17 yrs ago.
    That's some memory he has!

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  • VADER72
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    He's the man! So happy to have him part of the Bronco family.

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  • GoManning
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    Can't believe he still remember a play from 17 yrs ago.

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  • Remedy
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    Video for the lazy.

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  • TennesseeVol
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    Peyton Manning is the Bobby Fisher of Football. By that I mean that it was said that Fisher could remember every move that he AND his opponent had made in every chess game he had ever played. I think Manning is like that too; a photographic memory of down and distance and the play call (and why it was called because of who was where). And the ability to recognize in a split second when those situations were about to repeat themselves. Harrison and he were often able to look at an alignment and recognize how they had adjusted to beat it in some game they had played three years earlier, then make that same adjustment to the route from what was originally called. Just an unbelievable football mind!

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