The Broncos, led by Peyton Manning, came back from insurmountable odds last Monday in San Diego. The team fell back of a hot Chargers team early and left many people turning off their TVs, or at least changing the channel late Monday night. The Chargers got off to a huge offensive start while Denver struggled to get a first down. In the 2nd half, that all changed in a hurry and Manning left all in amazement once again.
The Chargers blasted out of the gate and at the end of the first half had a 24-0 lead. The Sherriff, Peyton Manning, then took his team on an emotional 35-0 point run to get a 35-24 victory Monday. He got some serious help from a stingy defense that began to get after Rivers and disrupt anything San Diego tried to do. Manning began to take over as he got in the hurry up offense and began to call all the shots. He was his own coach that day as he audibled to all the right calls. Systematically he picked apart any look the Chargers gave him on the field.
It is clear Manning must have had a 4.0 GPA throughout high school in Louisiana and at the University of Tennessee. His study of the game is clearly unlike any in the league while his brain must breakdown things faster as well. He certainly has a future in coaching and could really help make quarterbacks better. When it is all said and done I would love to see if he is able to teach someone as well as he taught himself. He is truly a self-made man.