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Did anyone hear on CBS how Peyton REFUSED to be interviewed post game?

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  1. Shockt327

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    James Brown brought it up in the post-game show on CBS. Sounds like the interview was supposed to happen. But, since Peyton lost, he refused.

    lol
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    I'm sure he'll give an interview eventually.

    Like him or not the guy is a pro. I reckon I can forgive him just wanting some alone time, particularly since he probably feel responsible for the loss with that late interception.
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    Done blame him but the same people crucified BB for not being happy and candid when he spoke.
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    incoming peyton whiteknight syndrome.

    Brady misses a post game interview its like he punched a baby, horseface does it and excuses will roll in.
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    I really can't blame anyone for not wanting to talk after losing a playoff game...even Manning.
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    This.

    I don't blame him either, but people threw Belichick under the bus for it. I bet no one will make a big deal over Peyton doing it.
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    That's a fine-able offense, no?

    Belichick was BASHED by the media for not talking after SB 42. I want Manning to get the same treatment.
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    He's giving a interview to the media right now its on NFL Network. That's all he has to do.
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    I wouldn't want to answer for my 1-4 record after a bye in the playoffs either.
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    You clearly don't know Peyton very well.
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    Sure you wouldn't. No one posting on these forums wouldn't LOVE to be explaining a 1-4 after the bye NFL playoff record.
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    He's waiting for the Texans loss, then he can announce his decision to trade himself to Houston on Monday so the media can talk about that instead of the Pats vs. the Ravens.
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    Yes, but how many of us would be called greatest of all-time or MVP?
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    Payton has probably kissed off "greatest all time" and maybe even MVP. He simply does not have enough time to make up for his atrocious post season record. Big regular season numbers are pretty meaningless. Just ask Marino.
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    His vocal chords are strained from the heimlich maneuver the trainers administered to him after the game.
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    True. So very hard to speak with a gigantic bone in your throat. But if anyone could be used to it, it would be Peyton.
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    Take a first-round pick.
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    Ouch! The truth hurts.....but that is an undeniable record, that was undeniably a poor choice of a throw-choke.
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