The Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers faced off with the two NFL teams entering the football match undefeated. The battle eventually revealed Peyton Manning, Evan Mathis and their football squad as the victors with a final score of 10-29. Sports analysts believe that the absence of Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, DaVante Adams and other injured key players in the Green Bay Packers roster played a significant role in Aaron Rodgers' failure to beat the Denver Broncos. For their part, it looks like the Denver Broncos proved their detractors wrong.
Despite a number of reports that insist on the imminent retirement of Peyton Manning due to health and age reasons, the Denver Broncos remain undefeated this NFL season - a feat the football squad could not have achieved without the quarterback.
"How do I say this without hurting anyone's feelings?" asked Peyton Manning following the football match against the Green Bay Packers, referring to the question on how he feels about his notable performance, according to Denver Post. The five-time NFL MVP further shared, "I just don't give what you all say a lot of merit. So I don't look at this like an 'I told you so moment,' because I don't listen to what you say in the first place." Peyton Manning managed to complete 21 out of 29 passes.
The Denver Broncos also pitched in 340 yards to the NFL team, thereby slamming all his critics who continuously claim that Peyton Manning can no longer deliver a notable performance this football season.
Peyton Manning added, "I'm not going to pull a Jim Mora on you and say the famous, 'You think you know, but you just don't know and you never will.'" The Denver Broncos quarterback went on to share, "It's a great line. I'm not saying that. I'll say it at some point. It's not the time now. I just have been very determined to get comfortable in this offense." While the victory over the Green Bay Packers showed that the Denver Broncos could be considered as Super Bowl contenders, Peyton Manning cautioned against overconfidence regarding the win. He said, "This doesn't guarantee anything, but it proves what we are capable of when we execute."
Meanwhile, the rookie season of Ty Sambrailo came to a halt following the football match against the Green Bay Packers. Monday saw the end of the first season of the offensive linesman as sources disclosed that Ty Sambrailo tore a labrum and a bone spur in his shoulder. The NFL star is reported to need four to six months of recovery. However, it remains to be seen if Ty Sambrailo still requires surgery to help in his treatment.