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PFT: Peyton given special treatment at ring ceremony

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  1. pats1

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    http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

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    Peyton is a fragile guy. He needs mommy and daddy to protect him from all those mean 300 lb. dudes.
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    I'd think you'd guys have a little respect for him. He is hands down the best QB in the game right now.
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    What an idiotic statement. It has nothing to do with his ability as a player and everything to do with his prima donna attitude. Manning is not a "team-first guy" like Tom Brady, and this ring ceremony gaffe is just another example.
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    Compare this to the way the Patriots do business, although PFT says it will not effect the colts season, it still leaves a bitter taste..
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    Ugh, I can't stand this prick (not you, Tune!) He's going on my ignore. From his obnoxious pics to his ridiculous posts, he's really taking away from my patsfans experience. I mean, why can't the loser stick to his own team's board.

    Sometimes I really wish this site was limited to "patsfans".
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    I'm with you. I've defended him here in the dim and distant past, but I've seen the error of my ways. It's really getting old now.
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    That's it, anyone who agrees with me goes on my ignore list too!!

    Sorry, I'm feeling punchy, sitting here in Bangkok.
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    don't you owe some charity money?
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    That's some fine leadership, Peyton.

    But you have to look at things from his point of view: Archie got no attention at all last steason, and his son was just trying to get him some face time. :rolleyes:

    That whole family just seems to be a bunch of entitled, whiny, self-important a-holes. It's amazing.
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    For some pretty decent Manning bashing, check out this great blog, The Hater Nation. It's Eli that gets most of the crap here though.

    This is my favourite bit:

    "Gomer Manning received his Super Bowl ring Thursday, but said that he won't have time to enjoy it because he doesn’t want to live in the past. This guy must have been a joy as a kid on Christmas as he immediately shelved all his new toys because he had another Christmas to prepare for in 364 days. Eli, of course, did not receive Christmas presents."
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    Well, this post is a little silly. Do we forget that Peyton's dad is Archie Manning? I'm betting this fact was the primary reason why this was allowed.
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    So what? Was it in honor of Archie's long, distinguished Colts career?
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    and the other players don't have parents who would have loved to have been there???
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    Hands down, no...
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    Dan Klecko's dad is Joe Klecko...Should he have been allowed to attend as well?
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    Me too, I just put him on it. He's a troll.
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    We should all show AquaSock a little respect. He's the best poster on the internet right now! Hands down!:rolleyes:
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    I certainly hope that this causes division with the Colts players. Anythng bad for the Colts is good for me.
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    Perfect point. I'd wager a decent % of NFL players' dads are former players themselves.

    Hell, Joe Klecko was a better and more relevant player than Archie ever was.

    That whole family is just a bunch of whiny media whores, I can't imagine anyone refuting otherwise.

    All I have to say is: "But I don't wannnnnnnnnnnnnaaaaaaaaa play in San Diego!"

    "Don't worry, son, it'll be alright. Daddy will take care of it. Hush now."

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