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FOXSports.com's J.J. Stokes, Curtis Conway, and Jill Arrington discuss whether Peyton Manning should have taken a knee to send the game into OT.
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Hello everyone until they Arrington and joined by foxsports.com. Belly I don't think it's -- it's important that they. Got you back porch light big gains it's refreshing here. Our guys the Ravens beat the Rockets in overtime but it amber. But it left 32. Manning kneeled the ball to go into overtime at -- black. Manny do you agree with the decision for -- Disagree with these days and we saw what -- idea with 31 -- of what you're talking about Peyton Manning. Arguably the best quarterback to ever play a game thirty seconds two time -- on the twenty yard line. You deal. To me they're still -- they didn't have the cooperative in the greatest quarterback to play again and here we go we passports at today. And we got 31 seconds on the clock and they go and what -- and a win again now we can argue anything could have happened we all have our side but I'm looking -- -- -- This is. Let my play don't let them -- back -- up you know out of me and I love the doubtful his new won't spend around bragging. -- Peyton Manning yeah he's got solid leads the mini miracle and a little sick to. So what I got I disagree and I. I don't know what about if I had I told -- there was Flacco Peyton Manning who would you pick in overtime. Rest my case there that I don't I thought they played at home they have the home crowd. It's all behind Peyton. It is not the top it off the do you have the number five is. In football so they have a lot of trust in what they were doing and they believe that the -- in overtime so that's why I'm I've been. Get it. That average that. I found evidence that they bracket by Coors Light that game's most refreshing beer for Curtis and day day. I'm -- have all the offseason to think about that. It's time.