Somehow after all the years and records and injuries and now after the way Al Jazeera makes him a doping suspect on his way out the door, Peyton Manning tries to write the ending the big guys all want in sports, and almost never get. He tries to win one more big game and then walk away. More than that, he gets the chance to win his second Super Bowl, one that we decided means everything to him as soon as he’d won his first. If he doesn’t get it, even though his skills have clearly diminished, look out, we will relegate him to a lesser place in history once and for all, as if we are relegating some soccer team in England. It is nonsense, of course. It has been nonsense from the time that championship rings became the real coin of the realm when we decide where to rank the immortals in sports, as if rings are the only relevant element in a big guy’s resume. Forget about all the touchdown passes and passing yards and all the winning Peyton Manning has done; all the records he holds. He’s still only won that Super Bowl against the Bears,… Read full this story
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