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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – One win, and one never-ending argument.
That's where Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning(notes) finds himself heading into Sunday. A victory over the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl XLIV would thrust him into rarefied air at his position – amongst such names as Joe Montana, John Elway, Terry Bradshaw and a precious few quarterbacks who have won multiple Super Bowls. In turn, it would secure Manning's elevation onto another plain of debate, into the dog-eared pages of quarterback autopsies. It's the kind of debate that had former Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese almost incredulous when he was asked last week if Manning would rank as the best all time at his position.
"No, no, you can't take him," Griese said. "If you took Peyton and put him back with Archie [Manning], he wouldn't be doing all that stuff [statistically]. If you took ArchieRead More »from Debating Manning vs. all-time greats