Your Denver Broncos may have a higher seed and home-field advantage in Sunday's playoffs match-up against the Indianapolis Colts. But judging by the tweets that started flying as soon as the Colts defeated the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend, most (yet not all) of Twitter Nation thinks Indy's Andrew Luck is going to easily best Peyton Manning's D-Town crew. Here are the twenty most memorable tweets we found on the subject, supplemented by photos from the Colts-Bengals game and more. Count them down below.
Andrew luck is going to take out peyton on Sunday and I can't wait
— Joe farelli (@phare11) January 5, 2015
Tweet of the day: chris simms might be the dumbest b/r analyst. "Andrew luck is better than peyton manning" funniest joke i have ever heard
— Shaquille Razim (@ShaquilleRazim) January 5, 2015
The Battle of Andrew Luck v. Peyton Manning should be good. 300+ passing yards for each quarterback sounds pretty realistic.
— Davian Wright (@xxjetlagxx) January 5, 2015
— Peyton Manning Fans (@PeytonManningFC) January 5, 2015
Continue to keep counting down the top twenty tweets about the Andrew Luck-Peyton Manning playoffs match-up. Number 16:
Also, I think Andrew Luck closes out Peyton's season (and maybe career) next weekend. Peyton is hurt, beat up, and it's shown in his throws.
— Bob Loblaw (@BobLoblawtx) January 5, 2015
Colts are gonna lose to Denver, Peyton Manning is going to show Mr. Luck how it's done.
— Joanie™ (@NoAverageJOAN) January 5, 2015
— Goon (@Retro_Mario) January 5, 2015
I feel Andrew luck is going to make people in Indiana forget about Peyton pretty quick just like what Rodgers did with Favre in Green Bay
— Braxton Raymond (@Braymond23) January 5, 2015
Continue to keep counting down the top twenty tweets about the Andrew Luck-Peyton Manning playoffs match-up. Number 12:
Andrew Luck will win more super bowls than Peyton
— Brian Mitchual (@BrianMitchual) January 5, 2015
Luck is a turn over machine, Peyton has this in the bag
— April Quitugua (@Brown_EyesJkTF) January 5, 2015
@nfl I didn't know the offense played each other in the post season. I can't wait to see Luck blitz Peyton
— Philip Santillan (@Philomeelo) January 5, 2015
Luck at year 3 > Peyton at year 3
— Cortland Lee (@CortlandIU) January 5, 2015
Continue to keep counting down the top twenty tweets about the Andrew Luck-Peyton Manning playoffs match-up. Number 8:
@JVeez24 You're right. Good luck against Peyton but I'm pulling for him and D-Ware against your Colts.
— Jake Clemons (@Jake__Clemons) January 5, 2015
Peyton gonna school Andrew "I Get" Luck(y) & the Pats are gonna run through the Ravens real brief.
— D$ (@DiegoAndretti) January 5, 2015
Andrew luck reminds me so much of Peyton Manning stat wise they're so much alike
— Yeezus (@ScottyP_Money) January 5, 2015
#Colts I'm a huge Peyton Manning fan but Andy Luck is a more developed QB in year 3 of his career than Peyton was in year 3! GO COLTS!
— Timothy Clark (@tvc3232) January 5, 2015
Continue to keep counting down the top twenty tweets about the Andrew Luck-Peyton Manning playoffs match-up. Number 4:
Mark my words & remember this tweet! Peyton will lose to his former team! Luck & the Colts will go into Denver & beat em by 3 !
— DBII (@1DB__) January 5, 2015
Am I the only one that thinks Andrew Luck can beat this Peyton Manning?
— ThePTEShow (@ThePTEShow) January 5, 2015
Peyton Manning against Andrew Luck is something we needed to see before Peyton retired. So pumped for this game.
— Bryn Swartz (@eaglescentral) January 5, 2015
RT for Peyton. Fav for Peyton. Punch yourself in the junk for Luck. pic.twitter.com/OH3dRk0Ti7
— Scott Blackwill (@sblackwi) January 5, 2015
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