It had nothing to do with the cold. It had nothing to do with the postseason. It had nothing to do with The Glove.
It had everything to do with committing one of the most egregious sins of quarterbacking — throwing across the body.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who by his own admission can’t throw the fastball like he used to, rolled right late in the first overtime Saturday, and tried to throw back left and complete a pass to Brandon Stokley.
Manning’s pass didn’t get there.
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