## Sunday, November 29, 2015

### 33 43 44 45 46 48 49 84 | Peyton Manning Super Bowls, Rigging by the Numbers Exposed

Let us examine the dates of the Super Bowls Peyton Manning has participated in to see if anything stands out.

Super Bowl 41

2/4/2007 = 2+4+20+07 = 33
2/4/2007 = 2+4+2+0+0+7 = 15
2/4/07 = 2+4+07 = 13

The first ever Super Bowl Manning appeared in, was the only one he won, over Chicago.  Notice the sum of the score, 46 points.

Chicago = 3+8+9+3+1+7+15 = 46

Super Bowl 44

2/7/2010 = 2+7+20+10 = 39
2/7/2010 = 2+7+2+0+1+0 = 12
2/7/10 = 2+7+10 = 19

The sum of the game would total 48 points, with the losing team finishing with 17 points, for Peyton Manning's second Super Bowl in a row.  Also, the next Super Bowl Manning would appear in, would be Super Bowl 48, with the Denver Broncos.

Indianpolis Colts = 84 (Losing with a sum of 48?)

Keep in mind Peyton's father played his carer with the Saints, the winning team.

On the game, Manning had 45 attempts, possibly a nod to the winning QB, Drew Brees as well as 'New Orleans'.

Drew = 4+9+5+5 = 23
Brees = 2+9+5+5+1 = 22/31
Drew Brees = 45/54
New Orleans = 5+5+5+6+9+3+5+1+5+1 = 45/54

Super Bowl 48

2/2/2014 = 2+2+20+14 = 38 (The only Super Bowl played on 33rd day of the year) (Colorado = 38)
2/2/2014 = 2+2+2+0+1+4 = 11
2/2/14 = 2+2+14 = 18

Notice that there were 82k people in attendance, and the Seattle Seahawks won the game with '43' points.

Seattle = 19+5+1+20+20+12+5  = 82
Seattle = 1+5+1+2+2+3+5 = 19/28
Seahawks = 1+5+1+8+1+5+2+1 = 24/33/42
Seattle Seahawks = 43/61/70

On the game, Manning had 49 attempts, losing to the team from 'Washington'.

Washington = 5+1+1+8+9+5+7+2+6+5 = 49

1. Yeah, Falcons will now be 6-5. Just like the 65 year they began the franchise. Remember 5-0 to start. Makes sense. Game was hilarious and highly scripted. I'm not giving up, but they might pull the 6th seed Packers type thing.

1. 20-3 actually looks like 5 or 50.

2. Oh okay. They'll go with the 21 years deal. 20-10. Ryan (2) throws 1 TD 2 INT. 21, 12. Good shit.

So 6-5 (established in 65), if they won out in the regular season they would go:
5-0 to start (50th year, 50th SB)
1-5 (Atlanta is 15)
5-0 to end

That seems unlikely as it appears now, but Carolina looks so primed for the fall in the playoffs. There's a reason these two teams have yet to play each other.

3. Also this: to win the SB, Atlanta would end up 15-5. Gee is that '65?

I'll look deeper at other teams though. AZ looks like a big candidate.

4. Ah! Georgia coach Mark Richt finally fired after..15 years. Just now. Why is it a headline on NFL.com and there's not a mention of the Vikings victory? Is it because Atlanta = 15?

Mark Richt= 47

5. Good odds on them now! :-)
80-1 last week.

6. Damn. I'm tempted, but let me see it play out after the first Carolina game. Haha.

2. So... Denver tonight?
I think if they go to SB they'll have to get home field, to make it believeable I mean.

3. Pats have to lose a game at some point, right? But to Osweiler? I don't know.

4. Denver are 2 behind NE now. They lose tonight, they'll be 3 behind.

1. I think Osweiler wins and Peyton comes back and falls on his ass in SB.