The sentimental side of me is cool with it, I like to see guys go out the right way. As a Pats fan, I'm a little less enthused, haha, although Brady will always have the upper hand with a 4-2 Super Bowl record vs Peyton's 2-2. So as long as Brady is still the G. O. A. T., I'm good. Kind of funny how the media swept all the HGH shit under the rug the last couple weeks, while they would have KILLED Brady if it were him. Peyton Manning Apologists are everywhere in the media. Nobody wants to talk about HGH, or ever bring up the time he whipped his balls out and put them on a female student trainer's head at Tennessee, just sayin'. Peyton can do no wrong, Brady can do no right, even though all Brady ever does is "the right thing." InB4 anyone says shit about deflated footballs, you're a moron of the highest order if you buy any of that garbage and I can't engage in rational discussion with you. But anyway, congrats to Peyton, he managed to not fuck up enough to let the defense win it. As a fantasy football hater, or at least a hater of the changes made to the game to facilitate offense and encourage fantasy interest, I was psyched to see a defensive battle. I want to see that, not 12 touchdowns a game. Anyway, congrats to Denver, they played a great game. Makes me wonder if the Pats could have won if they made it, I thought they'd get smashed by Carolina. I don't think NE could have brought the necessary pressure on Newton to not let him beat them though. That Denver D is nasty, I can't do anything but respect it.