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Peyton and Fox lost that game

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...l mean seriously, take away the 14 points that special teams gave the bronco's, most teams win with that advantage... fox go smoked... just like old times..

yeah ron sure is a late game genius am i right

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Sounds like Fox has been in the Rivera school of coaching. Coaching scared 101: Take a knee.

yeah i can tell you either aren't a panthers fan or you haven't followed the team for long because this game was vintage john fox.

it was basically panthers/cards from the 2008 playoffs but with a much better quarterback. champ bailey was left singled up all night with no safety help and getting roasted over and over again just like lucas on fitzgerald. it seemed like the broncos' defense didn't know who dennis pitta was.

all the fox polesmokers still hanging around on this board should take note.

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that db who looked like he was drowing in a pool lost it.

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Can’t have this. You throw the INT, you man up and talk to the media. I am sure he will talk at post game press conference, but very unprofessional on Manning’s part that will be covered up. Manning declined to be interviewed? I don’t like that.— Pete Prisco (@PriscoCBS) January 13, 2013 Shocked Manning declined. He’s one of the best in the league dealing with the media— Pete Prisco (@PriscoCBS) January 13, 2013

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http://www.yardbarker.com/all_sports/articles/report_peyton_manning_declined_on_field_post_game_interview/12644878

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lol Skip Bayless is still befuddled at Fox's ineptitude on twitter

Skip Bayless@RealSkipBayless

I still can't believe what John Fox, then Rahim Moore, did to Peyton Manning, then what he did to himself in overtime.

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I don't know I guess the only people who would believe he would do that only amounts to every single fuging panther fan that's been rooting for this team for at least the last 5 years

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CBS came into Sunday’s game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos with a clear story line in its mind: Peyton Manning is God, and all our cameras and announcers are here to worship him.

During the first quarter, viewers saw more close-ups of Manning’s right-hand glove than the one Johnnie Cochran made famous during the O.J. Simpson trial. And when Manning started to struggle in the second half and gave up a key fumble, analyst Dan Dierdorf told viewers during the replay and review, it wasn’t a fumble at all, it was an incompletion. Wrong again, Dan.

Ultimately, Manning’s right hand and right arm did prove to be the difference in the game, but not the way CBS had it figured. An interception in the first quarter gave the Ravens one touchdown, and another interception in overtime set up the field goal that allowed the Ravens to pull off one of the great upsets in playoff history with a 38-35 double-overtime victory over Manning and the heavily favored Broncos.

What an exhilarating and utterly exhausting experience it was watching the telecast. When the play on the field is that sublime, it seems almost meaningless to review the telecast. Really, as I write this immediately after the game, in my heart of hearts, I don’t care how many things CBS did wrong. I would not have missed a second of the telecast. I am so glad that I recorded the game for the sake of this review, because I will probably sit up all night watching it over and over and over until I pass out.

Look, the Manning worship on the part of CBS was excessive and maddening. But, in truth, the problem here is larger than CBS Sports. It’s our culture. Not only did the CBS pre-game show sing his praises to the point where he seemed unbeatable, when CBS went to commercials, there was Manning in the ads, selling Buicks. It was the same thing all day Saturday on the NFL Network. Manning is the kind of feel-good, comeback, good-guy story that’s easy to tell and sell.

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http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/tv/z-on-tv-blog/bal-ravens-broncos-cbs-telecast--20130112,0,2049639.story

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ok Skip how many times are you going to mention The Golden Calf of Bristol in your tweets though

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Sounds like Fox has been in the Rivera school of coaching. Coaching scared 101: Take a knee.

other way around. rivera is fox 2.0 without a roided up OL.

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ok Skip how many times are you going to mention The Golden Calf of Bristol in your tweets though

You gotta agree, The Golden Calf of Bristol won a Playoff game without a biweek and a less talented football team.

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You gotta agree, The Golden Calf of Bristol won a Playoff game without a biweek and a less talented football team.

If the Steelers don't start that abysmal POS Legursky, Pittsburgh wins that game in a rout

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Defense gives up 31 points. Huddle blames offense. The hell?

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