Peyton Manning hosted a dinner party for 50 family and friends at his favorite Denver steakhouse after beating Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game, but didn’t have a conversation with his father Archie over a juicy porterhouse whether Super Bowl 50 will be the last game of his incredible career. “That’s just him,” Archie told the Daily News after arriving back in New Orleans on Monday. “He’s not going to talk about that. There will be plenty of time for that.” Even so, welcome to the Peyton Manning Legacy Super Bowl. The Broncos quarterback, who will be feeling the love from all fans not living in Charlotte the next two weeks, is the sentimental favorite to win his second title. He turns 40 years old on March 24, is the oldest QB to take a team to the Super Bowl, has been through difficult injuries the last two seasons, has lost his fastball, missed six starts late this season and came back a game manager, looks just about finished and it’s been assumed he will retire and not subject his body to the physical punishment of playing another season – if any team even wants to pay him to… Read full this story
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