One of the biggest stars the NFL has ever created is Peyton Manning. After winning his second Super Bowl championship, he announced his retirement from the sport, but he hasn’t really stopped playing.
Through Monday Night ManningCast, Peyton and his brother Eli have been able to alter how football fans watch the game. Fans eagerly await the two brothers, their special guests, and their humorous comments whenever ManningCast is on.
As it turns out, the Manning brothers have made the decision to put in their all-out effort to help the Pro Bowl restore its cult reputation in addition to controlling the roost in the NFL broadcasting circuit.
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Peyton Manning sees a lot of value in organizing Pro Bowl
NFL fans frequently question the Pro Bowl for a variety of reasons. Nobody wants to hear that one week before the Super Bowl, one of their favorite stars gets hurt. Second, as they step onto the field, even the players are a little too careful. This is due to the lower stakes than they will be a week following the event.
All of this has led to a situation where fans don’t really care about the Pro Bowl anymore. On paper, pitting the best players from both conferences against one another seems like a brilliant idea, but the NFL hasn’t had any luck with it.
As a result, Peyton and Eli are now aiding the NFL, recruiting players for the big game, and making appearances in advertisements to promote the match. Peyton most recently made an appearance on the Pat McAfee Show when he discussed his passionate desire for the AFC vs. NFC game to become a cult classic.
“It’s important that the best players in the world are all together in one setting to celebrate their success”
Peyton Manning shares his thoughts on getting the Pro Bowl back to what it once was #PMSLive pic.twitter.com/yvw8047hYK
Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) February 3, 2023
Manning stated it would be a shame if all the other sports got one hell of a weekend where the finest players of the sport gathered in one place, and football became the only sport lacking that. He noted that leagues like the NBA and MLB have been able to capitalize on the all-star game concept.
Peyton admitted that injuries are still a major concern leading up to the Super Bowl, but he added that there is a lot of value in the interactions that the top players from various teams will have. He continued by saying that the players were all fired up and ready to give it their all as they prepared for the game.