Peyton Manning Interceptions Keep Coming

December 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Peyton Manning has now thrown 11 interceptions in the last three games, two more than the entire 2006 season when he only threw nine.
The main difference with these interceptions is that most of them are going back for defensive touchdowns and are hurting the Colts, who are already suffering from a number of injuries.
Manning has been criticized as of late and, for the first time in his historic career, many believe Manning could be on the back nine; however, even the greatest struggle from time to time.
The run of the Colts has hit a snag in the road and it has caused Manning to throw more than he is used to. In those three games, he has attempted over 140 passes and is on record to attempt more than 600 passes this season. The most Manning has ever thrown was 591 passes in 2002, when his numbers were very similar to this current season.
Manning is also being hit and sacked more this season than in recent history, which is causing him to release the ball quickly, a...

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