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Old 07-08-2009, 01:39 PM   #31
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Default Re: 10 Toughest QB's of all time - Sirius

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I dunno...he had broken ribs, a bruised sternum, etc. and it didn't keep him off the field.
in an interview with justin hartwig on monday he revealed that his ribs were actually separated from his sternum. ouch.
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Default Re: 10 Toughest QB's of all time - Sirius

Peyton Manning? Hahahahahahahaha!

When he gets growled at by a defensive player, there is a roughing the quarterback call. If he gets breathed on, RTP gets called.

How the hell is Terry Bradshaw not on that list? He got spiked by Turkey Jones. If that happened to Peyton Manning, he'd retire.

Bradshaw came out against the Jets in his last game knowing that throwing the ball could end his career due to his elbow injury...he came out anyhow and lead the Steelers to a win against the Jets that got the Steelers into the playoffs. Doing so shredded his elbow, and he never played in a game again.

And as far as Big Ben is concerned, he very well might deserve to be on the list. And if not, he should be mentioned as one of the young QB's. Not Manning...he isn't tough.

And far as Steve Young is concerned...if I wasn't raised to be a Steelers fan...I would say there would be a good chance that I would be a 49ers fan right now because of his play.
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