Tom Brady Fans favorite Brady Bunch football post today is this one.
Good to see NFL fans reading. :)
In Tom Brady News: NFL hypes up a Peyton Manning and Tom Brady game meet. Bleacher writes:
“Tom Brady of the New England Patriots and Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos dueled on the football field for the 13th time in their illustrious careers, with each passer looking to get something of a monkey off their backs where their rivalry is concerned. (more…)
Football news: “Making his debut for the Broncos after sitting out the entire 2011 season for the Colts, a mistake-free Peyton Manning threw a pair of touchdown passes and rallied Denver to a 31-19 win over the Steelers. More@TheHuck.
Meanwhile across country: New Yorks spotlight shifts to QB Tim Tebow‘s star draw. Super Bowl buzz is strong,early on with a Tebow focus.
Aren’t the Mannings such a talented football family? Too much go. Super Bowl is gonna be huge. The football buzz outweighing even the movie box office right now.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 10.9.12~
After galavanting around almost every football team, Peyton Manning 36 has opted for Colorado’s lure, signing with the Denver Broncos.
Up until he signed, Manning was billed as the the most prominent free agent in NFL history. The Denver Broncos ‘won the prize of lofty new expectations.’
USA’s break out quarterback phenomenon star of 2012, Tim Tebow, just might be feeling a bit of pressure, or, an opportunity to learn from a new teacher in his team.
USA today reports: “Manning, who turns 36 on Saturday, instantly pushes Tim Tebow out of a starting job and assumes his quest to win a second Super Bowl with the franchise hoping to repeat the glory it achieved more than 13 years ago with coach John Elway. Although the USA media are running with the story angle of ‘Tebow’s future now cloudy’ – at least it’s a ‘cloud’ full of some of the best football knowledge America can offer Tebow as a future star of the game. He’d be wise to stay under the cloud then if he can.
For more – head to USA Today.
However, young Tebow may not have that option, Business Insider is speculating today that the Bronco’s will trade Tebow in light of Manning’s signing and that Tebow won’t be released as a free agent, like Manning was on arrival to the Broncos. Read that here.
[Photo caption - Peyton Manning & Tim Tebow . Photo credit: Doug Pensinger - Getty Images].
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 20.3.12~
Free agent quarterback Peyton Manning strolls to the practice field with Broncos executive John Elway before a workout in Durham, N.C., on Friday. Photo credit: Travis Long for McClatchy-Tribune. Manning will throw with the Titans tomorrow.
Some American News Links we’re reading today are:
CBO finds Obama deepens budget by $3.5 trillion
2013 deficit – $977 billion
Popular – Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs
Hi tech invasion – spies could watch thousands through super computers
Angelica Houston raises concerns the USA is ‘returning to the dark ages.’
In light of BigPharma’s wake on society – Sir Richard Branson asks if the White House ‘has any weed.’
CIA seeks powers to spy on youth through the family TV. Nuts.
Tom Hanks makes a promo for Obama
Global watch – BREAKING: Explosions rock Syrian city
Youth homelessness is on the up. 3 in 10 young adults live with parents – worse stats since 1950′s
Sergio Martinez – From robbery victim to boxing champion
So, this is news: Mammoth cargo ship arrives at Port of Long Beach
Richard Branson at the White House dinner – Getty Images.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 17.3.12~
Photo caption: Wally Pfister cinematographer for Hollywood films like The Hi-Line in Montana, Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight that he partially shot with IMAX cameras, and Inception. Pfister is the only cinematographer that Christopher Nolan has worked with except Following (1998), on which Nolan himself acted as cinematographer. His directorial debut is long overdue.–Source: Sight & Sound
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 7.3.12~
[photograph - Eli Manning by Doug Mills of the New York Times].
Sam Borden writes from Indianapolis for the New York Times painting a picture of Eli Manning‘s long road of endurance under pressure, before making the Super Bowl final for the New York Giants. Writes Sam:
“INDIANAPOLIS — When Eli Manning was about 3 years old, he tumbled down the stairs of the Manning family house. His older brothers, Cooper and Peyton, watched as little Eli went head over heels and ended up at their feet.
Cooper recalls, “Eli just sort of got up, looked around for a minute and ran off to play. He didn’t cry at all. It was,” he said, “without a doubt the toughest thing I’ve ever seen.”
Until recently that word — tough — was not often associated with the older Eli Manning, the one who is the Giants quarterback. Running backs were tough. Linemen were tough. Big, burly quarterbacks who hobbled around on damaged ankles like Ben Roethlisberger were tough. Manning was not. Or so, at least, it seemed.
Yet, as the Giants weaved through this inconsistent season of failure and well-timed flourishing, Manning displayed a personal grit that most Giants fans had not necessarily seen before, replaced by a steely determination from Manning that carried the Giants to this lofty perch: set to face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Manning’s performance against the San Francisco 49ers two weeks ago in the N.F.C. championship game was the most recent example, and maybe the most emblematic. (more…)