Peyton Manning

10 Greatest NFL Quarterback Classes of All-Time

Eli Manning and his two Super Bowl victories headline a star-studded Class of 2004.
<p> The 10 Greatest Quarterback Classes of All-Time, including John Elway, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly in the Quarterback Class of 1983; Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers in the Quarterback Class of 2004; and Peyton Manning, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Batch in the Quarterback Class of 1998.</p>

The Quarterback Class of 2012 is off to a fast start. Led by Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, Washington’s Robert Griffin III and Seattle’s Russell Wilson, the Class of 2012 has a solid base to build on. But they have a long way to go to catch up with the greatest quarterback classes in NFL history.

Most drafts have one or two serviceable passers, the majority of these 10 had multiple Super Bowl caliber signal-callers:

Bryant, Rodriguez and Manning Sought Treatment Abroad

It’s a European (Medical) Vacation
<p> Prominent athletes like Kobe Bryant, Peyton Manning and A-Rod seek treatment abroad.</p>

Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez and Peyton Manning are among a growing number of athletes who have gone abroad to seek treatments that are not yet approved for use in the United States. From the pages of Athlon Sports Monthly, Michael Bradley has the details.

What Peyton Manning Probably Looks Like Right Now

We haven't seen Peyton since his neck surgery.
<p> We haven't seen Peyton since his neck surgery.&nbsp;</p>
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What was sorely missing from the Colts shellacking at the hands of the Texans on Sunday was the camera cutting to a dejected, neck halo-wearing Peyton Manning. This game would have been much, much more entertaining if the camera kept showing Peyton Manning in the owner's booth, trying to stay as calm as possible and not rip the bolts out of his head. Since we don't have that shot, here are a few images of what Peyton Manning probably looks like right now.

If Football Players Were Emo Kids

NFL players are the least like emo kids. So here they are together.
<p> NFL players are the least like emo kids. So here they are together.</p>

NFL players are known for being tough, aggressive and violent people who will sacrifice their bodies to win at any cost. Emo kids, on the other hand, will sit in their room and cry if their mom doesn't buy them the right kind of organic tea. So, we wondered what it would look like if we combined the two using very poor Photoshop techniques. 

1. Tony Romo as an Emo Kid