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Old 02-08-2010, 08:26 AM
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Surprised ? I think it lacks class

That was not the act of one of the greatest of all time.
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So your a 100% sure of this.
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That's what being said on ESPN, I wasn't there. I have to believe they wouldn't have said so otherwise.
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What I read is he said he left the field disappointed, wanting the focus to be on the Saints. He was seen congratulating Saints players and coaches in the tunnel after the celebration.

Was he pissed? Sure. Was he embarrassed? You bet. Was he hiding? Probably. I'm no Peyton fan but it's amazing how people gotta tear him down...guess that means he's pretty darned good.
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As a Patriots fan, I'm not a Manning fan, but I'll give him a pass on that and echo what Kone says. The post-game SB field is a friggin zoo and his post-game remarks were very complimentary of the Saints and appeared to be from the heart...

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As a Patriots fan, I'm not a Manning fan, but I'll give him a pass on that and echo what Kone says. The post-game SB field is a friggin zoo and his post-game remarks were very complimentary of the Saints and appeared to be from the heart...

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Ditto, I think Peyton is a pretty classy guy, I feel assured he congraduated people...
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Ditto, I think Peyton is a pretty classy guy, I feel assured he congraduated people...


as are the whole Manning family
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Can't say nothing bad about the Manning clan. I remember all the years with Archie, also remember all the times when the defensive line got to Archie before the ball did!
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As a Patriots fan, I'm not a Manning fan, but I'll give him a pass on that and echo what Kone says. The post-game SB field is a friggin zoo and his post-game remarks were very complimentary of the Saints and appeared to be from the heart...

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+1 Pats fan, too -- and I give him a pass. I actually have a high regard for Peyton -- unlike the A-Rods of the world. Even though he's Brady's nemesis, he's never really bugged me. He comes across as a hard-working good dude. (Glad the Saints won, though... )
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I didn't tape the game, therefore I have to ask. Did ANY of the other Colts congratulate ANY of the Saints on the field? Did ANY of the coaching staff from the Colts congratulate ANY of the coaching staff of the Saints on the field? If so, then Manning has NO class and his butt SHOULD be ground through the mill for poor sportsmanship like conduct! If NONE of the Colts congratulated ANY of the Saints on the field, then Manning gets a pass in my eyes and should be the worlds eyes. In my books itís that cut and dry.

Wasnít there an incident earlier this year where a losing coached didnít congratulate the winning coach on the field after the game....wasnít that losing coach dragged through the mud over it! I fail to see the difference!

And as a final note, isnít it tradition for the losing teams of ANY sport to stay and congratulate the winning team on the field of play after the fact! I know of NO such sport where that does NOT happen! IMO doing it from your locker room on camera or at the bar after the game just doesnít cut the mustard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I know of NO such sport where that does NOT happen! :
uh, boxing? UFC? duels?
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I didn't tape the game, therefore I have to ask. Did ANY of the other Colts congratulate ANY of the Saints on the field? Did ANY of the coaching staff from the Colts congratulate ANY of the coaching staff of the Saints on the field? If so, then Manning has NO class and his butt SHOULD be ground through the mill for poor sportsmanship like conduct! If NONE of the Colts congratulated ANY of the Saints on the field, then Manning gets a pass in my eyes and should be the worlds eyes. In my books itís that cut and dry.

Wasnít there an incident earlier this year where a losing coached didnít congratulate the winning coach on the field after the game....wasnít that losing coach dragged through the mud over it! I fail to see the difference!

And as a final note, isnít it tradition for the losing teams of ANY sport to stay and congratulate the winning team on the field of play after the fact! I know of NO such sport where that does NOT happen! IMO doing it from your locker room on camera or at the bar after the game just doesnít cut the mustard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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This is Manning were talking about here NOT Warren Sapp! He gets a pass. I am sure he had good reason as he said. He is a class act win or lose.
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as are the whole Manning family
No question about that, and I have also heard chatter that the brother Cooper was the seemingly best athelete of the three, if that is true its downright scary how good he could have been...
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Cooper played wide receiver! Someone had to catch the ball!!!
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As the most recognized face of the league, he should have. If it had been Brady and company, there would have been fireworks.
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No he didnt...although he did call Drew Brees personnally later that night, which is a class act in it self. Is Manning the best of all time....unknown. If they hold losing superbowls against a Q.B. of his caliber....shame on the naysayers. No im not a fan of the colts, but he is a bad a$$ Q. B.
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Originally Posted by bamaboy473 View Post
uh, boxing? UFC? duels?
UFC....nah, they pretty much Always congrats the losing fighter....boxing, nowhere near as much. I'll conceed on the boxing one.
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