"He struggled a little bit, had a hard time finding receivers, made some bad decisions. That's him. He's getting pretty old. He's still a good quarterback. He tried hard."
HE TRIED HARD! That's the quote of the year so far.
DJ gave a good one as well (via the other AP):
"Is (Manning) the type of quarterback he showed today? No. He's still a great quarterback -- just not what he used to be. Today, we had our way."
Manning was clearly not Manning. It was awkward to watch a once-great quarterback put out one of the worst performances in NFL history. Now we're starting to figure out why he was so bad.
Denver's Peyton Manning has torn plantar fascia in right foot, league sources tell ESPN. Manning was battling plantar fasciitis; worsened.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2015