Tuesday, October 25, 2016

83 | The year Archie Manning & Oliver Luck were teammates in Houston, 1983


On the left, we have Archie Manning.  On the right, we have Oliver Luck.  Those are the fathers of Eli Manning and Andrew Luck, respectively.  Again, this season, two of the four teams to play in the U.K., were the Giants and Colts, the teams QB'd by the sons of the men pictured above.

8+10 = 18
Peyton Manning wore #18
He retired last year after 18 seasons
He retired on a date with 18 numerology, 2/7/2016 = 2+7+2+0+1+6 = 18

Archie Manning was a member of the Houston Oilers for 1982 and 1983.

Football = 83 (Peyton born on the 83rd day of the year)

The photo above, is from 1983, the year Oliver Luck joined the Oilers.

Archie's Stats:


Notice that Archie finished his career on Minnesota.  New Orleans, Houston, Minnesota...

Oliver's Stats:


From 1983 to 2016, is 33-years....

Again, the Houston Texans are hosting Super Bowl 51, to close out the 2016-17 season.

Texans = 83; Football = 83

14 comments:

  1. Their numbers 10 and 8 = (10 8) (108)
    Sort of goes along with the Cubs 108 year curse.

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  2. They also said whoevers has lost a london game has never had a winning season

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    2. Zach, from my count, London has host 25 games so far (one more left on Sunday. )The 1st one was in 1983. I tried checking some of the losing records (not all too many). He might be onto something

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  3. Wow, your right. I just went through all of them. 8-8 was the best record of a loser, happened twice.

    Colts & Rams both loss this year already. Redskins up next this Sunday.

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    1. Masses follow that cue and do not back the colts

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    2. Colts can very well win the division with 8-8 record.

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    3. colts didnt lose the bears did

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    4. colts won the game in london this year against the bears.... please

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  4. And now their sons might meet in the super bowl 33 years later, now wouldnt that be somethin

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    1. In houston, that would be alot of media attention to spew out of their ass.

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