MIAMI — The great ones thrive in this situation. Everything has gone against you for the longest time. The whole world is watching. Your opponents have admitted often that they are scared to death of your skills. You’re trailing by a touchdown within the final six minutes of the Super Bowl, and you’re driving, driving, driving.
You’re Peyton Manning, seeking to prove without a doubt that you’re more than just a bunch of pretty numbers on your NFL resume.
He’ll never live this down.
While this otherwise extraordinary quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts will reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame someday, he just moved closer to the city limits of the Chokers Hall of Fame.