Peyton Manning and Eli Manning were once again pure comedy on their ESPN2 simulcast during the “Monday Night Football” game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions.
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During the show, Peyton spoke about the New England Patriots and even shot at the organization, saying he was concerned they would disturb the visiting team’s dressing room during games.
“Every time I played against New England I would talk to my receivers in the showers,” Peyton said, via SI.com. “Don’t talk about a room next to my locker because I know it’s bugged. I know there’s a hot mic in there. It’s very strange to see seven guys hanging out under the shower.”
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Manning may have said it jokingly, but many naysayers have complained about the Patriots and the possibility they were cheating.
Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback told former Colts head coach Tony Dungy his fears the Patriots would listen to them before games.
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“I know that’s very true, and, you know, as Peyton was talking to guys who played for the Patriots, some of the guys who came – whether it’s true or not, he treated it like real.” Dungy told The Times, via Pro Football Talk. “We didn’t have a lot of strategic discussions in the locker room there.”