A disclaimer: I acknowledge that arguing for Peyton Manning as the best quarterback in the NFL might be a complete no-brainer. After all, the stats are there. I'm not the first to say it. And his only realistic competition for the title would be Tom Brady, who probably either repulses you on a personal level, or concerns you on a purely practical one post-injury. Or there's Eli Manning, which, well, too soon. But my argument for Manning as the Best QB Out There has been modernized. It has to do with how his performance in last night's Monday Night Football game against the Miami Dolphins might be the most terrifyingly efficient use of almost no time of possession in a half of football since Joe Montana. Manning knows his playbook like Bible-thumpers know the Good Word. Noticing a lin ...
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