FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Dwight Lowery called it "the weirdest thing I've ever experienced on a football field." It was a moment from the AFC Championship Game last January, when Peyton Manning performed one of his brainiac feats on the New York Jets.
Standing at the line of scrimmage on one particular play, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback pointed to each member of the defense and called out the player's specific assignment before the snap, alerting his teammates what to expect.
Manning had it down cold -- every player, every assignment, according to Lowery.
"What should I do?" the Jets cornerback remembered thinking to himself.
Great question for this week: What should the Jets do?
Here is the website I found it at:
I just thought it was an awesome account of what it is like to be lined up facing Peyton. Pretty incredible stuff.