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Manning Beats Manning: Week 2 Late Games Roundup

Broncos 41, Giants 23: The older Manning won. Easily. The Broncos have now dropped 90 points on the past two Super Bowl champions. In non-Peyton news, Trindon Holliday looked to be toast at least twice on this punt return and yet went 81 yards for six.


Peyton Manning uses a modified version of the cooking dance as an audible, apparently.

Because it's so fucking good, please watch Phil Simms demonstrate how to avoid fumbling one more time.


Raiders 19, Jaguars 9: It was the Sebastian Janikowski Show—that's what you want to read, right, Raiders fans?—as he booted four field goals. Terrelle Pryor had an unimpressive game, throwing for 126 yards and running for 50, but Darren McFadden provided a steady running game, racking up 129 yards. Marcel Reece scored Oakland's only touchdown on one of his two rushing attempts. Here's the only Raiders GIF we have.


Cardinals 25, Lions 21: Rashard Mendenhall scored the deciding touchdown just before the two-minute warning, nullifying Calvin Johnson's two touchdowns and 116 yards. Also, Patrick Peterson threw one pass, and it was automatically better than anything John Skelton or Max Hall ever threw.

Saints 16, Buccaneers 14: A Mason Foster pick-six seemed to be the final points of the game, but Drew Brees engineered a drive with 1:06 remaining to allow Garrett Hartley to kick a field goal with five seconds remaining.

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