Five Questions: Peyton Manning’s Neck Plate Part Unicorn Dust

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One of the great things about working at The Landry Hat, and the Fansided Sports Network, is our access to different experts. Since our network has a site for every NFL team, I’d thought I’d get an insider’s take on the upcoming Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos game from “behind enemy lines”. Therefore, I present these five in-depth questions with the senior editor of our Broncos’ site, predominantlyorange.com, Kim Constantinesco.

Dec 4, 2011; Foxborough, MA, USA; A view of the scar on the neck of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning as seen before the game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Dec 4, 2011; Foxborough, MA, USA; A view of the scar on the neck of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning as seen before the game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

5. Do you think there is a way to rattle Peyton Manning?

KC: At this point in his career, I don’t think there’s a way to rattle him. I often wonder if that plate in his neck is partly made up of unicorn dust. He’s playing better than ever after his surgery. I think even with an intense pass rush, Manning has the ability to use the screen or balance things out with run game so the offense doesn’t stall. Even if things slow offensively for a drive or two, the Broncos have been able to bounce back and put big points up on the board whether it’s a touchdown pass from Manning, a pick-6 from the defense or a special teams jaunt into the end zone.

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