Peyton Manning On Late Night With David Letterman

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

For some reason I stayed up until 3AM converting these videos over to YouTube. That's the price you have to pay if you want to be first in this blog world. I'm banking on the fact that the Ice Storm of the Century will cancel work tomorrow, and I can provide you with an awesome night's worth of videos (i.e.- Dikembe Mutumbo for AIDS, Denzel denying Spike Lee a high five, and Christina Aguilera's NBA ASG commercial).

Pray for the Northeast to be covered and Ice and enjoy these Peyton Manning videos. He's actually pretty funny. Who knew???





Sorry for the lack of analysis, but again.......it's 3 in the morning.

8 Comments:

"I think it was halftime when Rex Grossman started drinking." Ha! Letterman is great...

Lou P. said...
Feb 14, 2007, 9:02:00 AM  

Peyton's delivery of the descriptions for the Hester TD and telling Sorgi to be ready are perfect. Just brilliant delivery there.

Dirk Calloway said...
Feb 14, 2007, 9:52:00 AM  

Where's the Denzel clip? Would love to see that.

sportscolumn said...
Feb 14, 2007, 11:36:00 AM  

Cut that meat!

Anonymous said...
Feb 14, 2007, 2:34:00 PM  

Poor Peyton. Your post is his career in a nutshell: You give him props for being funny and have videos that show him in a positive light.

But then the post is tagged with "Peyton Manning Chokes."

Why do I get the feeling that even though he won a Super Bowl, the monkey is only tenuously and perhaps temporarily off his back?

Jock

Jock Jarrelson said...
Feb 14, 2007, 4:19:00 PM  

Haha, I know the feeling of writing a post and then noticing it's 4am and you have work in 3 hours. Still worth it

Marco said...
Feb 14, 2007, 6:04:00 PM  

did i hear peyton say he taught eli about girls? What exactly was that don't overpay?

Feb 16, 2007, 2:27:00 PM  

Peyton's wife is very pretty...he might have some advice that YOU might need. LOL...plus Peyton is a sexy man. He looks a lot better without a shirt than Eli does...Eli is flabby!

Anonymous said...
Mar 17, 2007, 2:43:00 AM  

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