Eli Manning explains his blank stare after Broncos final touchdown

by Steven Clarke February 14, 2016, 14:51
Eli Manning explains his blank stare after Broncos final touchdown

The league's MVP has been widely criticized for walking out of a three-minute press conference after a 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday in which he answered questions with mostly one- and two-word responses while sulking in his chair wearing a black Carolina Panthers hoodie over his head.

"I've been on the record to say I'm a sore loser", he said.

Mark Bedenbender, who had a prime spot along the metal barrier, said the event is not only a celebration but likely a farewell to Manning, too. However, he's handled everything with poise and grace, both accepting ownership over what happened in the game, while also backing up his players, including Newton.

Rob Lowe recently showed his disappointment in National Football League player Cam Newton by posting a disdainful tweet that's backfired on the actor so much that Twitter users are letting him know that they "never forget".

"I see numerous quarterbacks throw interceptions, and their effort afterwards, they don't go", he says. I think the media, at times, feels as though they're more important than the game itself. Nevertheless, at the end of the day, people pick... and do things of that sort.

"I think he finished on top", he said.

(AP Photo/David Zalubowski). Denver Broncos defensive lineman Derek Wolfe hoists the Vince Lombardi Trophy as he and fellow players step off an airplane after returning as victors over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in De... Peyton's going to stuff two rings in his ears to tune out the haters and ride into the sunset as one of the greatest signal callers ever-and if we're lucky, his yet-to-be-announced retirement will open up his schedule for more commercial cameos. Some teams had two losses the first two weeks.

The Denver Broncos defense was historically good this past season, compensating for a sometimes inconsistent offense, a litany of injuries and propelling Denver to a championship over the recently crowned NFL MVP Cam Newton and a good Panthers offense. "That's fine. We didn't lose the game because of that fumble".

"You can say what you want".

"I'm here to win football games for this organization, for (owner Jerry) Richardson, for my teammates, and, for what it's worth, my fans", Newton said.

However, would you really want to walk into that mess? He said "that's cool" if he offended anyone with his actions. "I can tell you that", he said. I will still root for my Panthers, but I am going to have big issues with Cam Newton moving forward.

They expertly disguised who would be rushing the passer on every play and made star quarterbacks look like amateurs.

"I don't have no more tears to cry". "He's been awesome. I'm just glad I'm on the same team as our defense". I think he's matured, think he's grown up quite a bit. "That's why we're here where we are today, and it's great to be with all these great fans", Manning said.

For the most part, though, it was clear in his time out on the field this past season that Osweiler deserves at least the highest consideration for the starting QB job in Denver for 2016 and beyond.

 

 


TOP News

Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina drop out of Republican presidential race

Matt Forte, Chicago Bears Part Ways After 8 Seasons

Kate Middleton and Prince William hit the pub for date night

Patriots owner Robert Kraft zings Manning family over total Super Bowl titles

Johnny Depp in Donald Trump spoof film

WWE Star Suspended After Incident With Vince McMahon

Mating attempt gone wrong: Female tiger attacked and killed at Sacramento Zoo

How Much Each Candidate Spent per Vote in Iowa and New Hampshire

Colleen Crowley's attorney: Johnny Manziel ruptured client's eardrum

Clinton Put Sources, Lives at Risk Using Personal Email