ESPN Says Peyton Manning Can Take Down Patriots, Which Is Stupid
By Cyrus Geller
Yesterday Ian O’Connor of ESPN wrote an article titled, ‘A diminished Peyton Manning still stands between Patriots and Super Bowl.’
That is one of the dumbest things I have ever read, and I am one of the idiots that sifted through most of the deflate-gate articles over the last seven months. If you honestly think this Broncos team led by this Peyton Manning is going to beat the Patriots this January, you might want to check yourself into a mental hospital.
"“You look at the first three games they played,” Archie said, “and you say, ‘My God, who is going to beat New England?'”Probably nobody in the AFC. Nobody except, maybe, a diminished 39-year-old who doesn’t need a fastball to find his way out of a jam."
Yeah, you’re right, O’Connor. Peyton Manning, the same man that can’t field his damn hands, the same guy that throws a softer ball than my sister, the same guy that throws interceptions almost at will, is going to take down a pissed off Tom Brady, and a team that is arguably the most complete squad in the league right now.
I don’t want to hear “Peyton wins ugly now” because that is just bull****. The Broncos have barely beaten four teams that have a combined record of 4-11, and they have looked pretty bad doing so. They can’t protect Peyton, they can’t run the ball, Peyton himself can’t throw anymore, I don’t see how there is any possible way Denver beats the Pats in January this season.
Also don’t get me started on that defense. Yes, it is elite, and dominant right now, but they have weaknesses that Tom Brady is going to exploit. He won’t test the corners, instead, he will go after the linebackers and safeties that are extremely mediocre in coverage, and will have a tough time covering the likes of Julian Edelman, Rob Gronkowski, and Dion Lewis.
So just shut up, ESPN. I know you love Peyton no matter what, and hate Brady no matter what, but please use your eyes for once, and not be influenced by your lying, corrupt bosses that despise New England in ever situation.