After a playoff loss to the Steelers more than a decade ago, former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning made waves by suggesting that the offense had some “problems in protections.” Today, a current Colts player wasn’t nearly as subtle. “We need to take some pride up front and block,” receiver T.Y. Hilton told reporters after the 27-0 [more]
Like the Denver Broncos in Peyton Manning’s farewell Super Bowl triumph, the Dodgers have reached the World Series with Kershaw – not because of him. The team has gone farther by asking less of its ace.
Peyton Manning has seen his little brother Eli play better games. But it was the sheer volume of games played which impressed big brother last night. The Giants quarterback moved closer to the retired Broncos and Colts quarterback for second on the all-time list for consecutive starts by a quarterback, with 208. Eli now has [more]
The quarterback passed Peyton Manning and Brett Favre with his 187th regular-season victory when the Patriots topped the N.Y. Jets 24-17 on Sunday.
One of last week’s biggest stories in the news was Mike Pence’s staged walkout during the 49ers-Colts game in Indianapolis. Presumably in attendance for the ceremony honoring Peyton Manning, the vice president left the game when 49ers players kneeled during the national anthem. Show More Summary
Peyton Manning was back in Indianapolis on Sunday for the unveiling of his statue prior to the Colts’ victory over the 49ers. While we don’t know for sure what Peyton did after the game, there’s a pretty good chance he celebrated at one of his old haunts. According to a profile published in the Indy […]
To attend the Colts game where Peyton Manning's number was to be retired, Vice President Mike Pence, a former governor of Indiana, flew back from Las Vegas. This post Trump Embraces the Culture War appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, To attend the Indianapolis Colts game where the number of the legendary Peyton Manning was to be retired, Vice President Mike Pence, a former governor of Indiana, flew back from Las Vegas. With him in the stadium was wife Karen. Show More Summary
You have probably never heard of D1 Sports Training (D1). I will confess I had not either. But we all have heard of athletes like Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow. These professional athletes are known as much for their work ethic as they are for which football teams they've played for. Show More Summary
Pence wanted to go to the game because Peyton Manning was being honored at halftime, an aide said.
Apart from Giants receiver corps’ brittle bodies, the biggest story from this NFL weekend was Mike Pence. The vice president (and former Indiana governor) attended an Indianapolis Colts game where former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning was to be honored, only to leave because he claimed players were disrespecting the national anthem.
Fox News' Brian Kilmeade came up with the most asinine defense of Mike Pence's stunt walking out on the Colts game. It couldn't be a stunt because the so-called vice president really wanted to be there to celebrate Peyton Manning's career. Trump's...Show More Summary
At Saturday’s unveiling of the statue of Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, Commissioner Roger Goodell apparently played the role of Clubber Lang. Unintentionally. Via Peter King of TheMMQB.com, who attended the event, Goodell heard boos from roughly half the assembled crowd of 10,000 to 12,000 fans. King suggests that the program was constructed to introduce two [more]
(John Hinderaker) The latest on the National Anthem controversy in the National Football League: Vice-President Pence attended the Indianapolis Colts game today to see Peyton Manning’s jersey retired. (Indiana is, of course, Pence’sShow More Summary
Vice President Mike Pence left the 49ers-Colts game early Sunday after more than 20 of the 49ers players kneeled during the national anthem. Pence, the former governor of Indiana, was in Indianapolis to celebrate Peyton Manning's jersey retirement and induction into the Colts' Ring of Honor during Sunday's game at...
For old times.
Vice President Mike Pence left the Indianapolis Colts game at which Peyton Manning’s number is to be retired after the San Francisco 49ers’ decided to kneel in protest before the game, the Washington Post reports. Estimates of the numbers of [...]
David Letterman roasted Peyton Manning and the city of Indianapolis. Sign up Like this article? Sign up for (...)
Even Peyton had trouble containing his laughter.
“There is simply no way to adequately express what this all means to me,” Peyton Manning said. “Thank you Indianapolis, Thank you Indiana.”