Peyton Manning does not want to talk about where his career stands in the history of football, and price per head sportsbooks can fully understand, as he currently has more important things to think or talk about.
Well, at least he won’t talk now – not while he’s still playing, and certainly not when he’ll play for the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl – the big game that’s less that a week away.
Manning coasted through the media day circus, evading inane questions about reality TV and not giving any wild statements.
Pay per head services saw that the word “legacy” was repeatedly brought up by reporters, as the 37-year-old Manning, a four-time NFL MVP who was able to break records this season by throwing for 55 touchdowns and 5,477 yards, sat through his hour-long session on Tuesday.
And price per head sportsbooks did not find it surprising at all that he didn’t take the bait.
“I’ve been being asked about my legacy since I was about 25 years old. I’m not sure you can have a legacy when you’re 25 years old. Even 37,” Manning said. “I’d have to be, like, 70 to have a legacy. I’m not even 100 percent sure what the word even means.”
Then Manning added: “I’m still in the middle of my career.”
At least one media member gasped and said: “Middle?!”
When Manning realized his miscue, price per head sportsbooks saw that he chuckled and continued.
“Let me rephrase that,” he said. “I’m down the homestretch of my career, but I’m still in it. It’s not over yet. And so it’s still playing out. This has been the second chapter of my career.”
The Broncos’ game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday will be his third appearance in a Super Bowl, and pay per head services can’t wait to see how he’ll perform.
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His other two appearances were with the Indianapolis Colts. Pay per head services won’t forget what he did in 2007, as he helped them win the NFL championship game – then lost the Super Bowl in 2010.