|Manning has found comfort zone, seeks consistency|
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|Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:08|
By ARNIE STAPLETON
AP Pro Football Writer
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Ever since his three-interception first quarter at Atlanta in Week 2, Peyton Manning has assuaged any doubts about his comeback, any leftover concerns about his arm strength and remaining misgivings about his surgically repaired neck.
He's thrown 165 passes without a pick, completing 103 of them for 1,221 yards and eight touchdowns since matching - interception-wise - the worst quarter of his 15-year career.
It's Manning's supporting cast that has to tighten things up now, not just on offense, but on defense and special teams, heck, even on the sideline.