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Must watch: Peyton Manning rehab video

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Yeah, I saw that on nfln earlier. Fascinating.

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cool, i guess.

i dont really see what's so "amazing" about the video.

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Yeah, but whats his touchdown dance? Pshhh... no swag

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The coach ends on saying that most people claim they'll do whatever it takes, but points to what Peyton did as the real 'whatever it takes' as if what he did is above other people on merit of his hard work.

What really puts this above others is money. Not everyone can hire freaking NFL players to come play a fake game with them so that they can get their groove back. Not everyone can hire a college coach to be their personal assistant.

Peyton was propped up by a full staff financially motivated for him to succeed. 99.9% of people don't have that and have to do things on their own. Peyton's story isn't more special than theirs.

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Work hard like Peyton and maybe you can afford that stuff. Stop making excuses for your own inadequacies.

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Work hard like Peyton and maybe you can afford that stuff. Stop making excuses for your own inadequacies.

This is a completely irrelevant and empty point.

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Yeah, but whats his touchdown dance? Pshhh... no swag

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