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Is it worth a few flags?

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We need the squash Mcnabb got in the playoff game.

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I'm the same age as Manning. There is definitely a huge difference between getting knocked down and getting knocked down even a few years ago. It feels the same at the moment, but man it lingers a lot longer. Getting old sucks

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With Denver leading the league in sacks and QB hits allowed I think the guys just need to put their hands on him on every play. I little shove (not enough to knock him down just make him move his feet) or grab will let Peyton know that they are always there and that his line cant keep them at bay all day.

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I'm the same age as Manning. There is definitely a huge difference between getting knocked down and getting knocked down even a few years ago. It feels the same at the moment, but man it lingers a lot longer. Getting old sucks

yep.

it hurts more when you get hit. it hurts more when you fall down. it's harder to get up. it's harder to shake off.

make him feel it. make him hurt.

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We'll we did it to RG3, even on the first series.

Hardy wasn't lying when he said he was going to hit em in the face.

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I'm the same age as Manning. There is definitely a huge difference between getting knocked down and getting knocked down even a few years ago. It feels the same at the moment, but man it lingers a lot longer. Getting old sucks

Agree with this 1000%, it's much harder now to recover from things that used to not even bother me.

I don't agree with blatant late hits, but if Johnson or Hardy have a bead on him and it's not overtly late, hit him and let the refs decide (and I don't mean try to intentionally hurt him, just a hard football play, we're not the dirtbag Saints). At least let him know you're close and coming. If we don't get pressure on him, he's gonna eat our DBs up.

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We'll we did it to RG3, even on the first series.

Hardy wasn't lying when he said he was going to hit em in the face.

after rewatching the game...carolina's defense treated rg3 like he was the most iritating nerd in school, and just to look at him made them want to punch him in the face.

i almost felt sorry for him.

almost.

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Peyton and Fox are both smug Sobs, need to take them down a few...

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Yup, nothing wrong with a few "remember me" hits on the QB... especially when the QB is 38 and has a surgically repaired neck.

I don't want to see him injured or even hurt, just want to see us get a few good shots in at the beginning of the game to get in his head.

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