Posting THIS photo with THIS caption may not be helping her case!
Here's what she wrote on Instagram
[Image via Instagram.]
Peyton Manning is back in the saddle with the Devner Broncos after a year off to have cervical spinal fusion surgery.
His form is looking good again, and so naturally, he'd love to make it to the Super Bowl.
But his brother Eli is looking to repeat at this next Super Bowl.
So, are the Mannings pumped about possibly facing one another?
And look! He even gets his own jersey!
Six months after the New York Giants took the win in Super Bowl XLVI, the football team was honored by visiting the White House to celebrate personally with our nation's leader, President Barack Obama!
Ch-ch-check out a photo of the Prez posing with Eli Manning and his teammates (above)!
He said during the ceremony:
We totally agree!
Eli Manning is taking some time during his busy schedule to help out with Build Our Kids Success, a new initiative that combines academics AND healthy kids by utilizing a new "before-school" program!
The goal is to get kids moving BEFORE school, as it both helps with their fitness and stimulates their minds for a day of learning!
Here's what Eli said about it:
In case you've forgotten already (or never cared in the first place), the New York Giants won Super Bowl XLVI! (That's 46.)
They've just unveiled what their championship rings look like — they're pretty spectacular.
He may be better known as the quarterback of the New York Giants, but last night, Eli Manning showed the world that is a man of many talents by appearing as the host of last night's episode of Saturday Night Live!
And wow, does he look FIERCE in drag or what?! Ha!
Ch-ch-check him out, as well as all the clips from the sketch-comedy series, one of which including a surprise appearance from Sacha Baron Cohen as his new character in The Dictator, as well as an INCREDIBLE Kristen Wiig as Tanning Mom (above and AFTER THE JUMP)!
Some people may consider Eli Manning's personality to be boring compared to his outgoing brother Peyton, but he's aiming to prove those critics wrong when he hosts Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Thanks to eight years of shooting commercials, the two-time Super Bowl champion says he is more comfortable in front of the camera than ever before.