Pay per head sportsbooks were somewhat surprised with Peyton Manning’s words when he responded to those who say that he plays worse in the cold weather after throwing for 397 yards and four touchdowns in the Denver Broncos’ 51-28 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
“Whoever wrote that narrative can shove it where the sun don’t shine,” Manning told Denver radio station 850 KOA after his team’s win, which clinched a spot in the playoffs for the Broncos (11-2). “I felt pretty good out there today.”
Price per head services saw that at kickoff it was 18 degrees at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. With the win, the player improved in his career to 4-7 in games where at kickoff, the temperature is 32 or below.
On Sunday, Manning’s 59 attempts matched a franchise high, and his 39 completions set a team record. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the player was not intercepted.
When he was asked earlier in the week if he thought that in cold weather he was a different player, he just answered, “I don’t.”
In the postgame news conference on Sunday, Manning said that he was not trying to answer critics with his performance.
“I mean, I wasn’t trying to answer [the criticism] because I didn’t give it any validation in the first place,” he told reporters, according to the Denver Post. “We had a good plan, and … guys caught the ball well.”
Pay per head sportsbooks were impressed to see that this season, Manning’s seven games with at least four touchdown passes is the most made in the history of the NFL. The player will show up in the playoffs for a 13th season, breaking the record for quarterbacks that he has with Brett Favre. And for the third time this season, Manning led the Broncos past the 50-point mark.
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Manning seems to be on his way to break the NFL records of 5,476 yards and 50 touchdown passes with 4,522 and 45 – and pay per head sportsbooks would definitely not mind seeing the player accomplish this goal.