Price per head services saw that on Tuesday, Denver Broncos coach John Fox defended QB Peyton Manning after Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said that he felt “disappointed” that the Colts were only able to win one Super Bowl with the player.
“I saw the comments. And to be honest with you, I thought it was a bit of a cheap shot,” Fox said in an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio. “To me, in my opinion, they were disappointing and inappropriate.
“Peyton would never say anything. He’s too classy to do that. They sounded a little ungrateful and unappreciative to me. For a guy who has set a standard, won a Super Bowl, won four MVP awards … be thankful of that one Super Bowl ring, because a lot of people don’t have one.”
Price per head services found out that in an interview with USA Today Sports, Irsay said that under Andrew Luck, Indianapolis changed their model “a little bit”, because he wants to get “more than one of these [rings].”
“[Tom] Brady never had consistent numbers, but he has three of these [rings],” Irsay told USA Today. “Pittsburgh had two, the Giants had two, Baltimore had two and we had one. That leaves you frustrated.
“You make the playoffs 11 times, and you’re out in the first round seven out of 11 times. You love to have the ‘Star Wars’ numbers from Peyton and Marvin [Harrison] and Reggie [Wayne]. Mostly, you love this [ring].”
Irsay also said that Manning felt that Indianapolis could not pass up the chance to draft Luck, and price per head services fully agree.
Pay per head services saw the Colts go 15-7 since they drafted Luck with the top overall pick in 2012. Manning was recovering from fusion surgery on his neck at the time of the conversation, and the Colts were trying to bounce back from a 2-14 season.
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“[Manning] said, ‘You’ve got to take Andrew,’ ” Irsay told USA Today Sports. ” ‘You have to. You’re crazy if you don’t.’ “