Super Bowl 50: Peyton Manning will win MVP
Heading into Super Bowl 50, quarterback Peyton Manning has one last shot at glory and further cementing his legacy as one of the greatest to ever play at his position. This will be his time to shine.
Manning has pretty much guaranteed his first entry ballot into the Pro Football Hall of Fame once he’s eligible after one incredible career. There is no question that he’s done more than other athletes can only dream of. He’s broken franchise and NFL records to the point of many claiming when all is said and done, he’ll go down as the greatest quarterback we’ve ever seen under center.
Of course with the good comes the bad. Manning has a history of unfortunately choking when it comes to big games that define all the hard work and efforts that go into a successful NFL season. With everything on the line, with the success Manning has had, he’s also failed many times which many believe could tarnish his overall legacy.
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In the grand scheme of it all, Manning enters Super Bowl 50 with a clean slate to either add one last chapter to his legacy or be remembered as one that couldn’t get the job done during the latter parts of his career.
While many feel he doesn’t have the same zip to his passes or the arm strength he once possessed, truth of the matter is he will absolutely be playing the greatest game of his career because well, this is it.
Think of it like this. Manning is on what might be the final big stage of his career with one last shot at a championship. He’ll have about two weeks of preparation that he will no doubt use to perfect his game to an entirely different level. All this amount of hard work, focus and execution will be flowing through his veins to the point where he’s going to be dangerous against the Carolina Panthers.
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Expect to see Manning deliver one of the greatest games we’ve ever seen. Not only will he bring another championship to Denver but he will go out in a way that is fitting of everything he’s done in his prolific career. If this ends up being his final rodeo, which all signs point that it most likely is, this will be a game he’ll be remembered by getting the job done one last time. He’ll be close to flawless and earn the MVP of Super Bowl 50.