A lot of people don’t think Manning has the talent to succeed in the NFL.
He has to have a certain level of consistency and maturity in order to do so.
There are other factors that must be considered, but for now, Manning is considered a workhorse.
And, at this point, he’s got plenty of work to do to be a great quarterback.
He’s going to have to work on his footwork, footwork that translates into his mechanics, foot speed, foot placement, foot mechanics, his arm strength, and all the other elements that make him so successful.
Manning has done well in the playoffs, with two Super Bowl rings, three MVPs, two league championships and four NFL records.
In the first round of the playoffs last year, Manning threw a touchdown pass and the Broncos defeated the Patriots, 38-24.
Manning was named the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year, and he finished the year with 5,831 passing yards, 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
His performance in the postseason made him a fan favorite in Denver.
Manning has been the face of the Broncos franchise since he arrived in town in 2004, when the team was a part of the Super Bowl XXVIII.
His first Super Bowl win came in 2006, when Manning threw for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns in a 37-27 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Manning also won Super Bowl XLVII.
Manuel is the first quarterback to win five Super Bowls in a row since Aaron Rodgers in 2006.
He is the only player in history to throw four or more touchdowns in four consecutive Super Bowl appearances, and the only quarterback to accomplish the feat since the league adopted the three-point line in 2007.
Manning is also the only member of the Colts to win at least three games in four straight seasons.
The Broncos have won six of their past seven Super Bowl games, and Manning has gone 19-6 since he entered the league in 2006 as a seventh-round draft pick out of Florida State.