If someone who paid no attention whatsoever to the NFL asked you this weekend what the biggest storyline of the season has been through the first seven weeks, you’d probably arrive pretty quickly at Peyton Manning. Manning is 39-years-old. He’s had multiple neck surgeries, which have caused him to lose feeling in his fingers. He can’t bend down to take off his cleats on his own after games. He leads the NFL in interceptions with 10, and is on pace to throw more picks this year than he has since 2001. He’s completing just 62% of his passes – his worst rate since his rookie season. His arm looks shot, like a baseball player left in a game one inning too long. The balls wobble through the air as though R.A. Dickey were messing around with his knuckleball grip on a football. If you spend any time consuming NFL-related content whatsoever, you know this and have heard about it almost as often as you’ve heard about how much money you can win on FanDuel. And on Sunday night, when Manning and the 6-0 Broncos face Aaron Rodgers and the undefeated Packers, you’ll undoubtedly hear about Manning’s struggles every time he… Read full this story
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