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You would think they would worship Manning. He proves that LA is indeed capable of producing an intelligent life form.

 

Of all the QB's of that generation, no matter what Brees does, Peyton will always be the greater player-and they hate that the world knows it.

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You would think they would worship Manning. He proves that LA is indeed capable of producing an intelligent life form.

 

They are so enamored with Breesus that they have to put down every other QB to make sure that their lust is justified. They can't have anyone be better than the mighty birthmark. 

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I bet I could drop as many passes as the Ravens had tonight.

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The Ravens are regretting letting Boldin go..

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The Ravens are regretting letting Boldin go..

That was a bone headed move no matter how you look at it.

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Manning is such a great offensive coordinator.

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Boldin helped them win the SB had a monster game and they let him go.....

 

shame on you Ravens

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THANKS FOR ALL THOSE FANTASY POINTS DEMARYIUS.

 

Oh wait.

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