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.
"Coach [John] Fox and [VP of Football Operations] John Elway talk about it every day with the team, working hard and our goal is to be world champions. It's hard to think about at this point. All you think about is your team and doing what you have to do. [Playing Eli and the Giants] would be tough on a lot of people.
I pull hard for Eli. Obviously, if the Broncos can't win it, I'd like the Giants to win it. … Myself and the Broncos are working hard to try and make that happen here."
His brother, Eli, feels about the same, saying:
"Obviously, it's my goal to get back to the Super Bowl and win, and it's Peyton's goal as well. It would be good and bad playing against your brother in a Super Bowl. I know my parents would hate it. But if Peyton and I do meet in the Super Bowl, it would be good for the game of football, be exciting for fans and be a great story."
So they both would love to go to the Super Bowl but would rather not have to play each other.
We can understand them both wanting to win but not wanting the other to lose.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets and immovable object? We'll just have to wait and see if it's Manning Bowl 2013! We want them both to win!
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