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Manning, Wayne skip out on post game handshakes

If i was a coach or a player in the NFL, i wouldnt congratulate the other team for beating me. Id be like f**k you guys and blame the reason why we lost on the refs and the NFL rigging the game
This is dumb. Some people taking losing differently. Much ado about nothing.
Originally posted by valrod33:
If i was a coach or a player in the NFL, i wouldnt congratulate the other team for beating me. Id be like f**k you guys and blame the reason why we lost on the refs and the NFL rigging the game

Ah, the Seahawk route. I like it.
Originally posted by valrod33:
f**k the Saints, i wouldnt shake their hands either. 9 times out of 10 the Colts win that game

wow not really bud
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.
I don't really care, about it. I'm just thinking If I'm the winner and the loser comes and shakes my hand thats all good and well, but in the SB i can understand when guys are just heartbroken and need to get off the field ASAP
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by YuNGaCE:
Originally posted by valrod33:
f**k the Saints, i wouldnt shake their hands either. 9 times out of 10 the Colts win that game

haha someone's angry.

I dont know why but i jsut cant stand the Saints

It's alright man I feel ya, I feel ya.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.
[ Edited by BirdmanJr on Feb 8, 2010 at 11:27 AM ]
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.

Well don't forget rule #1 with the 49ers. Anything that goes wrong is Alex's fault and anything that goes right is in spite of Alex. haha
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.

Well don't forget rule #1 with the 49ers. Anything that goes wrong is Alex's fault and anything that goes right is in spite of Alex. haha

So true. lol
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.

Not sure about everyone. Just saying that two people that really know there stuff in Steve Young and Chris Carter made those comments. I might tend to believe guys like them.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.

Not sure about everyone. Just saying that two people that really know there stuff in Steve Young and Chris Carter made those comments. I might tend to believe guys like them.

Same here. Initially, I thought it was Manning's fault too and that Porter made a great play, but who better to analyze a play like that then two Hall of Fame players. A very good chance they know what they are talking about.
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by BirdmanJr:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by 49ersRednGold:
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
I have always said this and will continue to say this Peyton Manning is overrated! He does great in the regular season but always chokes in the playoffs. He is 9-9 in the playoffs and the only reason the colts made The superbowl was because they played 2 average teams. And the only reason he won a superbowl is because they played the sorry ass bears. Manning is overrated!

You could not be more wrong. His record is 9-9 but not because he "chokes" as you call it. He was 31-45 for 333 yesterday and included a couple of huge drops. I dont think he could help it that his defense couldnt stop the Saints, his special teams dropped an easy offside kick, and his coach made questionable decisions. In fact, Manning , Addai, and Dallas Clark were the only guys who really showed up and played well.

Manning has had to play great NE and Pittsburgh teams in the past several years with a team that had a below average defense and running game. Saying he is overrated is just a joke.

What about his pick six that one put the game away. The guy is a choke artist in the playoffs

The pick 6 was a great great play by the DB and by Greg Williams defense. They were attempting to set the Colts up by think plays ahead.

It was mentioned by Steve Young that the pick was more Wayne's fault then Manning. Wayne should have undercut the DB, thus helping his QB out. But as Kris said, the DB also made a very good play.

And as someone said previously, Manning and Wayne not going out for a post game handshake is not that big of a deal as you could see how chaotic it was after the game. As long as they congratulate the Saints during post game interviews, that is fine with me. Manning has never showed himself as an unclassy guy so you give him the benefit of the doubt. Belichick on the other hand has. After their loss to the Giants in the SB, Belichick gave no credit to the Giants during his post game interview.

Chris Carter also said the same thing that it was Wayne's fault. I think Manning threw that ball exactly where it was supposed to have been thrown. Wayne made a mistake and the DB made a great play. That hardly constitutes Manning choking.

I think it's hilarious that people want to defend Manning on that INT and blame Wayne, sure Wayne could of made a better effort but the DB knew exactly what MANNING was going to do and jumped on it. If that was Romo or McNabb or s**t even Alex Smith all the blame would be on the them and they would be called a choke, but since it's Manning everyone wants to put the blame on Wayne..pretty funny.

Not sure about everyone. Just saying that two people that really know there stuff in Steve Young and Chris Carter made those comments. I might tend to believe guys like them.

Same here. Initially, I thought it was Manning's fault too and that Porter made a great play, but who better to analyze a play like that then two Hall of Fame players. A very good chance they know what they are talking about.

as much as I respect them I'm not going to put the blame on Wayne, Manning made the throw and it falls on him, if Wayne does fight for the ball and ends up catching it Manning will get all the credit about how awesome of a throw it was, IMO Manning didn't choke because he had a great game, but he sure gave the game away.
Who cares. It's too long of a walk on to the field, then off, and then to the locker room. All this while you just lost, trying to get through hundreds of people, and in a mindframe where you can easily feel like knocking someone out while being bumped to shake hands.
Originally posted by 49erWill:
Brees says Manning reached out after game

Brees doesn't think anyone should interpret Manning going straight to the locker room as a slight.

"Peyton's a class guy," Brees said. "He definitely reached out."

If I'm reading it correctly, Manning texted Brees after the game, then called him or was it just a text?

Brees said that Manning contacted him by phone late Sunday night.

"I was able to talk to him after the game, just text messaging," Brees said.