Tom Hanks’s character Jimmy Dugan famously said in ‘A League Of Their Own’ that “There’s no crying in baseball.” But that warning hasn’t stopped some of professional sports’ top players from showing their softer side from time to time.
With the March deadline looming for the Indianapolis Colts to either pay quarterback Peyton Manning a $28 million bonus or cut the 4-time MVP, new details about Manning's surgically repaired neck have emerged. Don Banks of cnnsi.com is reporting that Peyton underwent an unreported 4th neck surgery sometime in the last 9 months.
Now that the dust has settled on Eli Manning’s second Super Bowl victory — and second Super Bowl MVP title — it’s time to compare the legacy of this New York Giants quarterback with that of his older brother, 11-time Pro Bowler and four-time regular season MVP, Peyton Manning.
It didn’t even take until the Monday after Super Bowl XLVI for a lot of people to change their minds about the New York Giants and the legacy of the New England Patriots. It seems like only yesterday that the Giants team suffered the wrath of fans because of its 7-7 win/loss record, but in a drastic change of heart, the team is being praised by just about everyone.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored the final go-ahead points of Super Bowl XLVI. Sounds like a dream right? What makes the play especially memorable was Bradshaw's awkward reluctance to reach the end zone. Was it the strangest score in Super Bowl history?
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