With the Seahawks surprising so many of us by dominating the Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII, we have to wonder how quarterback Peyton Manning will bounce back in 2014. He had one of the greatest seasons of his career in 2013 -- one of the greatest seasons any quarterback has ever had -- and it seems impossible that he can duplicate those accomplishments at the age of 38. But Manning will always try to improve. Which is why he did this after the embarrassment in the Meadowlands. "The first day back in the building, we watched the Super Bowl," Broncos quarterbacks coach Greg Knapp told ESPN.com. "I told him the day after the game we were going to watch it when he came back, not right then, but the first day he was back, and we were going to watch it without the emotion of what just happened. And that was step one." Said offensive coordinator Adam Gase: "People ask all the time how you get past last year, the Super Bowl. They're going to ask him all year. But this is it. This is him. Nobody around -- just back at it."
Peyton Manning ready to shrug off Super Bowl hangover
ESPN | Jul 20