Steve McNair draws strong support as the league's MVP.(AP)
Steve McNair and Peyton Manning are now arguably the two best quarterbacks in the NFL, using two distinct styles to lead their teams to 9-3 records
and a tie atop the AFC South heading into Sunday's game between the teams.
Manning is a pocket passer with a quick release and has the ability to read defenses as if he knows what their call is before the snap.
McNairs best asset was his ability to run with the ball but has now evolved and does most in the passing game from the pocket. He has the ability to
escape tacklers and make throws on the move.
well currently i think that Manning is a lot better...right now McNair is having calf problems and his performance as a passer/ runner could be hurt
in the next couple of games. Manning is always willing to led his team back from a defeat or in a game. And he makes the big plays when they are
needed to...he always makes picture perfect passes. It helps out a lot that he has a top receiver in Harrirson. Imagine if he had 3 top receives how
dangerous he would be. I would think that Manning is by far better Sunday we will find out.
manning does it with a big win over the Titans...this was one of the biggest wins of the season for the colts...as manning led teh colts to a 29-27
win over the titans the colts move to 10-3 and in sole postion of first place. the titans moe to 9-4 and are int eh wild card race now.
How close was that Manning threw 22-34 for 228 yrds with no touchdowns,i actually though Mcnair threw better with more yardage and 2 touchdowns,but as
Ben says the colts got the win and it puts them in a great position...
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