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  • #76
    Originally posted by ManningRules View Post
    Peyton Manning at the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe:

    Peyton Manning Zings Tom Brady.


    Manning, the retired Denver Broncos quarterback — who was the only roaster to not cuss — also took a shot at Coulter, but in the clips released Monday, he's shown zinging Lowe and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady: "But hey, I don't worry about Rob Lowe. He is a workhorse. And hey man, if they ever stop casting you in sitcoms, just look on the bright side — you tried to take the air out of my retirement announcement so fast, you can probably get a job as Tom Brady's ballboy."

    (Video in link below)
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/liv...source=twitter


    I guess Peyton is still jealous of Brady. Sad.

    I hope someday he finds peace by getting over the fact that he was upstaged his entire career by a 6th round phenom....no shame it that, Peyton...and looks back remembering only the good things he did accomplish. Like all those personal stats.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by ManningRules View Post
      Old news? It just aired the other night. Oh wait... You must be talking about Brady being a cheater. You're right. It is old news. The whole entire world knows he's a classless cheater.
      I'm so glad my favorite QB was never benched for cheating. I guess that's why they call Manning the GOAT.
      That's true.


      He retired before the League could besmirch his Boy Scout persona with PED violation sanctions.

      Or do you actually believe those home deliveries of male hormones were for the wifey?

      Actually, that would raise some interesting questions, too. I guess retirement was his only option.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Beantown Billy View Post
        That's true.


        He retired before the League could besmirch his Boy Scout persona with PED violation sanctions.

        Or do you actually believe those home deliveries of male hormones were for the wifey?

        Actually, that would raise some interesting questions, too. I guess retirement was his only option.
        Well since you hold Al Jazeera in such high regards, here's another article for you to consider.
        http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/0...034931139.html

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Beantown Billy View Post
          That's true.


          He retired before the League could besmirch his Boy Scout persona with PED violation sanctions.

          Or do you actually believe those home deliveries of male hormones were for the wifey?

          Actually, that would raise some interesting questions, too. I guess retirement was his only option.
          Pretty funny that the league has looked into Manning and some of the other players on that report and found they are all innocent, but that's fine. hold on to your pipe dreams!!
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          • #80
            Originally posted by Stackhouser View Post
            Pretty funny that the league has looked into Manning and some of the other players on that report and found they are all innocent, but that's fine. hold on to your pipe dreams!!
            It's funny how he's completely ignored this article I post above just for him quoting the same source he's trying to use to accuse and burn Manning. However Manning was cleared yet Brady is still suspended.

            http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/05/150512034931139.html

            Originally posted by AL JAZEERA
            The NFL has suspended New England Patriots' star quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of next season and fined the franchise $1m their role in Deflategate,

            The NFL also said the Patriots will forfeit their first-round selection in the 2016 draft and a fourth-round pick in 2017 for using under-inflated footballs in last season's AFC Championship game.

            Ted Wells, an attorney hired by the NFL to investigate the allegations, said in a 243-page report that it was "more probable than not" that Patriots personnel "were involved in a deliberate effort" to circumvent rules by using deflated footballs in the team's 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game.

            An underinflated football would likely give Brady a better grip and allow him to throw longer and with more accuracy, especially in the chilly and wet conditions the Colts and Patriots played in to determine who would go to the Super Bowl.

            The $1 million fine ties the largest ever for a team in the NFL, equaling the amount the league ordered San Francisco 49ers owner Edward Debartolo, Jr. to pay in 1999 after he pleaded guilty to a felony for his role in a Louisiana gambling scandal.

            Brady's agent and Patriots owner Robert Kraft both sharply criticised the punishment, prolonging a turbulent season for the most-profitable US sports league, which has already had to deal with scandals involving domestic violence and child abuse.

            "The discipline is ridiculous and has no legitimate basis," said Brady's agent Don Yee, adding that the quarterback will appeal the suspension.

            Brady has a guaranteed base salary of $8m for the 16-game 2015 NFL season. If the four-game suspension with no pay is upheld, Brady will miss games against Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Jacksonville and Dallas. Ironically, his first game back on October 18 would be against the Colts.

            Source: Reuters

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            • #81
              Originally posted by Beantown Billy View Post
              That's true.


              He retired before the League could besmirch his Boy Scout persona with PED violation sanctions.

              Or do you actually believe those home deliveries of male hormones were for the wifey?

              Actually, that would raise some interesting questions, too. I guess retirement was his only option.
              I believe his last game against New England he put them away with 2 tds. Anyone who believes Peyton Manning is on PED's is blind, and he cooperated with the league which usually looks less guilty then lets say destroying your phone.
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              • #82
                Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
                I believe his last game against New England he put them away with 2 tds. Anyone who believes Peyton Manning is on PED's is blind, and he cooperated with the league which usually looks less guilty then lets say destroying your phone.
                Don't you remember. There's two types of people that destroy cell phones apparently. Guilty people and Pats' folks. Lmao

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