Originally Posted by BossChief
The second half of the season is gonna be very interesting.
Teams now have a lot of tape on what Manning wants to do and will probably try to take away those things as the season goes on and force him out of his comfort zone.
He has been better than I thought he would be, that's for sure....but the real test will be how he adapts to teams taking away his comfort zone and how they play going into the playoffs.
Manning does the same things this year he's done very year No huddle, read the D, change into the right play, throw the ball to a spot where the receiver is going to be.
Teams have had the tape on Manning for 12 years.
Denver will have trouble with superior defenses, to be sure. But there isn't anything new on Manning.