Chiefs’ Ron Parker: ‘Pretty old’ Peyton Manning ‘tried hard’
November 15, 2015 - Picnic Time
Peyton Manning threw 4 interceptions opposite a Chiefs on Sunday, a same day he set a all-time flitting record, and later, was benched for Brock Osweiler. The Broncos were never in a game, eventually losing 29-13.
Afterwards, Manning took shortcoming for his opening even yet he was reportedly battling a rib injury.
“I’m unhappy about losing a game,” pronounced Manning, who finished with a 0.0 passer rating. “(Broncos manager Gary) Kubiak has to make those calls. we did not play well.”
Chiefs defensive behind Ron Parker, who had one of a interceptions, got right to a indicate when asked about a 39-year-old Manning.
“He struggled a small bit, had a tough time anticipating receivers, done some bad decisions,” he said, around a Denver Post. “That’s him. He’s removing flattering old. He’s still a good quarterback. He attempted hard.”
Seriously. Parker pronounced Manning “tried hard,” that is what we tell a 5-year-old when he loses in a three-legged competition during a church picnic. No word on either Parker offering Manning a accommodating lollipop.
“I saw Peyton sat behind and he chucked behind and launched it up,” Parker recounted. “I knew it was adult for grabs for me.”
Meanwhile, rookie cornerback Marcus Peters, who had a initial interception opposite Manning on Sunday, was somewhat some-more reverential.
“I saluted him,” Peters said. “That’s a biggest thing for me, to uncover honour to a ones who paved a approach for us to be personification this game.”
That said, Peters has large skeleton for those Manning passes he picked off, including a 55-yard pick-six behind in Week 2.
“Those are going on a nightstand right there,” he said. “They have to be adult on a wall. we got a legend, man.”
It’s misleading if Manning will start subsequent week when a Broncos face a Bears.