With Super Bowl 48 now in the books, Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning still has as many rings (one) as he came into the game with as he and his squad were obliterated by the Seattle Seahawks inside MetLife Stadium on Sunday night, 43-8.
Everything just seemed off for one of the greatest signal callers in NFL history right from the get-go as there were communication issues right on the first play of the game that led to an errant snap that went over his head and into the end zone for a safety.
Nothing really got better from there as Manning was intercepted twice in the game by the vaunted Seattle defense and was pressured constantly throughout the night.
Immediately following the game, Manning met with the media and did his best to explain everything that went down, even for as much shock as he must still be in, just like most of us are.
Now, because of this loss, the questions about Manning’s legacy are going to be rampant for the foreseeable future, as ludicrous as some of them may actually be.
On the night, Manning finished with 280 yards and a late touchdown pass.