JV: That's probably with every quarterback. But the way Manning played last season, particularly after his turnover struggles in 2010, raised the bar for what he's able to do on the football field. It's interesting because, early in the season, offensive players were raving about the passing game being the most in synch so early on as they could remember. Then, it hit a speed bump. Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride made some adjustments in the bye week -- moving receivers around to more consistently get guys open, for starters -- which seemed to help. With Manning, his ups and downs are more tolerable, because of what his ceiling is, and because of his ability to shake off early bumps and rally, whether it be in the context of a game or a season.