Peyton Manning is coming down to Miami, Florida which is where he won his first Super Bowl Championship against the Bears. He’s looking to repeat that feat this weekend against the Saints. Manning’s job just got tougher with the injury to DE Dwight Freeney. His injury makes it more likely that the Super Bowl will be a offensive shootout putting a lot of the pressure on Peyton Manning to have a big game. That seems to be when he plays his best football however so look for him to turn in a superhuman effort this Sunday. Manning has completed 56 of 83 passes (67.5%) for 623 yards with 5 TD passes and 1 INT (104.6 QB Rating) in his two playoff games already this season. The great thing about Manning’s numbers is that he produced them against the Jets and Ravens who both have better defenses than the Saints do.
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