With Tim Tebow as Captain America.
Picture Denver Broncos Manning Face
He now has the face record for two franchises.
"It's simply production on the field," said head coach John Fox. "This is a results business, not a reputation business. Peyton simply hasn't played well in our first two preseason games."
While Manning has zero touchdown passes and three interceptions to go with a 48.8 quarterback rating, Osweiler has a touchdown pass, hasn't turned the ball over and has a 79.9 rating through two games.
"It's been night and day," said Fox. "If they were a little closer, maybe I would have given Peyton the benefit of the doubt or waited another week to make a decision, but there's really no decision to make here. Their performances made the decision. Now we just need to give Brock every opportunity to play with the first team to get ready for the regular season."
Broncos president John Elway is 100-percent behind the decision to bench Manning, who Denver signed to a 5-year, $96 million contract in the offseason.
"Of course I am behind this decision," said Elway. "I think I proved with Tim Tebow that my decisions will not be influenced by fan popularity polls. I want the best quarterback, regardless of fame or jersey sales. And Brock Osweiler is better than Peyton Manning. Anyone can see that."
Picture Peyton Manning is a Black Man
Eli probably got very confused while watching this.
Amazing he was able to amass all those touchdowns with so few yards. Sign of greatness and efficiency.
While discussing the Denver Broncos' replacement of Tim Tebow, Robertson stated that Denver treated Tebow "shabbily" and went on to say: "OK, so Peyton Manning was a tremendous MVP quarterback, but he's been injured. If that injury comes back, Denver will find itself without a quarterback. And in my opinion, it would serve them right."
The statement pulled the curtain back on the inner workings of God's involvement in sports and opened up Robertson and the creator of the universe to criticism.
"Let me be very clear anyone who tries to hurt NFL players is open to a severe punishment, including God," said commissioner Roger Goodell. "In fact, the punishment is greater for someone in authority, as I exhibited with Sean Payton. God would be in for a much greater suspension than one year."
At least not all of that $96 million is guaranteed, right?
In fairness, she is the co-host of "The Arizona Fking Morning Show."
Tebow is appropriately muscled for a comic book. Peyton not so much.
Maybe he'll play at some of the summer festivals.