ALiLPinkMonster wrote:Why don't you tell me ONE MORE TIME how crazy accurate his passes are? Because you know, I totally can't see that for myself. I want so desperately to see him lose, and Seattle is the team to make that happen.
Aw, that isn't very nice...Peyton was my QB for a very long time at Indianapolis. Of course, that also means that I've seen how he plays when things aren't going his way. He is not the best QB in the league when under pressure.
In all fairness though, it could be worse. I could be watching Tom Brady play this game... just the thought of him holding up that trophy AGAIN makes me nauseous. Thank the football gods that won't happen.
FTFY. And agreed.
So yeah. Idealistically, I'd take Seattle to win probably in overtime in a medium-scoring game. They need guys like Tate to come out of the gate with those gnarly punt returns, and otherwise just do what they do best: destroy a legendary offense. Realistically, Peyton will win because he's Peyton.
I doubt it will go to OT. We'll probably know who will win after the first half judging by what happens when Denver has the ball. Either Seattle will have Peyton's number or they won't, and if they don't, Peyton WILL put points on the board faster than Seattle can match them. If they do, then Peyton will make mistakes and Seattle will make him pay for it, and once he starts making mistakes...
JustAnEngineer wrote:What happened in Miami in 2010, then?
A perfect example of what happens when a defense gets into his head.