Peyton Manning has a foot injury, expected to play

AP

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has a foot injury.

Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver reports that Manning is expected play Sunday against the Chiefs, so the injury is apparently not too serious. But it’s serious enough that he’ll be listed on the injury report.

Manning popped up on the injury report last week with a right shoulder injury. He suffered the foot injury on Sunday in Indianapolis but did not have to leave the game.

In addition to the Broncos wanting to win a division game and further secure their AFC West lead, it’s a big Sunday for Manning personally: With three yards, Manning will break Brett Favre’s record for career passing yards. And if the Broncos win, Manning will surpass Favre as the quarterback who has started the most winning games in NFL history.

54 responses to “Peyton Manning has a foot injury, expected to play

  1. Exactly how serious does an injury have to be to get you listed on the injury report? Not very!

  2. He got sacked once, and I can only think of one time he got taken to the ground after a throw

    mustve been those intense roll-outs to the left…

  3. Is this a thinly veiled excuse for losing to the Colts? Just reminds me of last year after they got bounced from the playoffs and then a thigh injury was mentioned.

  4. a “foot injury”… yeah… that’s why he’ll suck for the rest of the season. kinda like last year’s thigh injury that will absolutely require surgery in the off-season…. unless it didn’t

  5. he must really be injured – there’s no way in hell the old, and healthy, Peyton would’ve left 3 yards out there to break a record.

  6. Say what you want about peyton, career wise, he is one the best QB’s to ever play the game.

    But he hasn’t been the same guy since halfway through last season and he is going to get killed against team’s that are very good at pressuring the QB: the pats, bengals and steelers. I think it is very possible (maybe even likely) the broncos lose all 3 of those games and then peyton has to win, on the road, in the cold during the playoffs That isn’t happening even if he last that far.

  7. Peyton is playing out of spite, he knows he’s done but he doesn’t want to be placed under his less talented brother. I mean come on who would have projected that Eli would have more rings then his super smart, high draft pick brother who was projected to have the kind of success Tommy Title has had. I guarantee you it’s all ego at this point.

  8. First play of first Denver possesion and then they stop the game while the WRs play keep-away with the ball like when Manning broke the TD record.

    Not even close to the impact if it had happened late in the game in Indy. Half the fans will be in line for their first beer.

  9. If he would put as much time, effort, and heart into winning playoff games, instead of rehearsing childish games of takeaway for breaking records and padding his own stats, he may have won more hardware during his career.

  10. peytonwantsaflag says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:48 PM

    he must really be injured – there’s no way in hell the old, and healthy, Peyton would’ve left 3 yards out there to break a record.
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    can’t say he didn’t try when he audibled to a pick

  11. peytonwantsaflag says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:48 PM
    he must really be injured – there’s no way in hell the old, and healthy, Peyton would’ve left 3 yards out there to break a record.
    ——————————————————————- No excuses he threw a pick he can’t throw anymore. I wanna see how many he throws vs KAN. IND seems to be Peyton’s kryptonite

  12. dansardo says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:54 PM
    Say what you want about peyton, career wise, he is one the best QB’s to ever play the game.
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    Yes he is, and he is also the greatest regular season QB of all time.

  13. .
    Interesting a month ago the article here was that even though every TD Peyton makes is a new record, he will not be breaking anymore records…

    now we have an article about him breaking another record and another coming and still no mention that every TD he makes is a new record.

    Eli > Peyton records mean nothing to Winning the Super Bowl. no one wants to be a Marino.

  14. Say what you want about peyton, career wise, he is one the best QB’s to ever play the game.
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    Maybe the best regular season QB to ever play but so what?!
    What’s his postseason record looking like?…………..No I’ll wait…….He should’ve won vs SEA that year he could’ve retired happy then but noooooo got smashed. Instead Tommy Title came the very next year and pulled a Jay-z “let me show you how to do this son” #RespectTommyTitle

  15. Peyton is class, and I will be glad to see him take the record this week.

    I hope everyone remembers the way Patriots fan treat Manning at the end of his career, so the favor can be returned to Brady when his turn comes.

  16. Oh, man, now the defense will be able to game plan that Manning won’t break off any big runs this game. LOL

    Peyton is point-blank the most boring QB in pro sports. If the perfect play isn’t there his improvising skills SUCK.

  17. no matter how good the D is, Broncos demise is inevitable with Peyton under center. Now halfway through the season and past the bye week, each game Peyton will look worse. Its already begun

  18. widerightyouloseagain says:
    Nov 11, 2015 2:37 PM

    Watching him struggle to the record is pathetic, what an egomaniac.

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    Or maybe he just loves to play football and doesn’t want to quit.

  19. I found it apropos that on the very play he should have set the passing record, he was picked off, and in the very place he made his name, he lost the game that would have made him the sole record holder for most games won. Big plays and big games have been his Achilles Heel. Regardless, he’s accomplished way more than any of us, and his accomplishments, while possibly surpassed some day, will stand long after we’re all gone. Congratulations to him for what will undoubtedly happen very soon, unless something bad happens first.

  20. widerightyouloseagain says:
    Nov 11, 2015 2:37 PM

    Watching him struggle to the record is pathetic, what an egomaniac.

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    Come on. They are 7-1 and Peyton wants to win the Super Bowl. It’s not about the record. That’s ridiculous.

  21. Whether he plays or not, I’m sure the NFL will find a lateral sometime earlier this season that they can change to a forward pass. They’ve done it before.

  22. carloswlassiter says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:58 PM

    Peyton knows that if he comes out of the lineup and Osweiler goes in it will be half a dozen throws before a full blown QB controversy erupts in Denver.

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    Peyton is 10x better than Osweiler even if Peyton is half of what he was before.

    Denver is also 7-1 under Peyton. I don’t think there will be a QB controversy.

  23. bradygirl12 says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:46 PM

    Is this a thinly veiled excuse for losing to the Colts? Just reminds me of last year after they got bounced from the playoffs and then a thigh injury was mentioned.
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    Where will Peyton reside after he retires? Denver? Indy? NO? Obviously he forever resides in the minds of all patsie fans.

    #peytonnevercheated

  24. I guess you have to take the good with the bad. The good is obviously the money and fame associated with being a professional athlete. The bad is having to put up with criticism when things don’t go well anymore. I think the good outweighs the bad most of the time.

    Payton has obviously had an awful lot of both. But there is no question that he has provided a lot of people with a lot of good entertainment over his career. And personally he has given a lot of himself to others. I’m sure he would rather he won more SuperBowls over his career. It hasn’t happened. But he deserves to be remembered fondly as he will be.

  25. Every time Pay a ton loses to the Colts, he makes up some fake weak injury excuse to save his ego from being owned by the team he stole 25 million from to sit out a year and not disclosing the neck issue. Funny how he hid that from everybody yet the second he loses a big game an injury all of a sudden appears.

  26. JaminJake
    Nov 11, 2015, 1:44 PM EST
    Can’t believe Peyton ran a 4.8 coming out of college.
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    I didn’t believe you so I looked it up. What the hell

  27. mushroommike says:
    Nov 11, 2015 1:37 PM

    Exactly how serious does an injury have to be to get you listed on the injury report? Not very!
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    In Indy, you have to lose a major organ.

  28. Hope Peyton is able to secure both the records he’s chasing. I have respect for him and his career. I only hope he is wise enough to retire when it’s time and not bounce around like Brett…

    And yes, I’m a diehard Pat’s fan, who has respect for Peyton’s accomplishments…

  29. thegenoatkinsdiet says:
    Nov 11, 2015 2:13 PM
    Peyton is class, and I will be glad to see him take the record this week.

    I hope everyone remembers the way Patriots fan treat Manning at the end of his career, so the favor can be returned to Brady when his turn comes.
    _______________________________

    BEST post on the board!!!!!

  30. gacoltfan says:
    Nov 11, 2015 2:37 PM
    You Patriot fans sure are a classy bunch
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    Said by NOT a person one……lol…Eagles fans look like angels in comparison!! Has truly shocked me….

  31. waiting for all the “arm chair” experts to dog Manning after Manning shut your mouths the last two games.

    Edit: Dang, too late lol

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