Broncos Vs. Patriots: Peyton Manning is unhappy with his team

Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Mannings are known for their faces of frustration on the sideline, and after his defense and offensive teammates let him down, Peyton Manning provided us all with a crystal clear window into his mind.

Peyton Manning threw for more than 300 yards against the New England Patriots, but Willis McGahee dropping an easy first down pass and fumbling the ball later in the fourth quarter as the Denver Broncos were trying to stage a comeback would frustrate anyone. For us, frustration in Denver (or New York, really) can only mean one thing.

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The Manning Face. Manning did everything he could in this one, but the Patriots still won, 31-21. Chin up, buddy. And maybe you should try one of those skull caps to prevent that redness?

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