Nice throw, Peyton.

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    My mood has improved drastically.
     
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    Once again, Peyton just couldn't finish it. :lol:
     
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    That pick-6 was an awesome moment for me.
     
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    Never expected to see that in that spot nin teh game.

    Still, it seemed to me the Saints played betetr from the 2nd quater on.
     
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    Peyton looked like a Hall of Famer in that game.

    (By "Hall of Famer" I am specifically referring to Brett Favre)
     
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    I did ... it was Manning's trademark back in the day.

    Agree that the Saints played better. Payton has balls calling that onside kick to start the second half.
     
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    If Ty Law hadn't gotten hurt, Manning still would have no rings.
     
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    Go big or go home. :lol:
     
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    It was the only turnover of the night.
     
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    The saints winning does have a bright side for me that many of you wouldn't know about.

    About a decade ago, Sean payton was the Giants offensive co-ordinator, and was used as a scape goat By Jim Fassel, biggest dickhead in Giants coaching history. He blamed Sean for bad play calling and tried to ruin the guy.


    sean went to Dallas where Parcells, a former great giants coach made him his top assistant, and now Sean owns a superbowl ring.

    Ol Fassel?

    I hear he's in the CFL presumably doing groundskeeping.
     
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