>Wife received HGH shipments multiple time to the Manning house hold
>Peyton visited that same clinic
>Have a miracle amount of muscle growth in a short amount of time
It's pretty damn obvious Peyton used HGH
After his surgery in 2011, Eli said he never thought Peyton would play again
He turns around and has the best QB season ever... fucking sketchy as hell
He fell off a cliff right after that season as well
He was juiced
Who else thinks it's downright immoral and incredibly shortsighted that HGH is banned in the NFL?
>FDA approved procedure to heal life and health threatening injuries
>get neck injury being smashed by 300 lb linemine for 10+ years
>sorry, it's illegal in our league because some jackoffs use it to cheat in other contexts
Honestly this sounds like something the NFL can be sued for. How do you ban medical science in a murder sport?
>predicts broncos and pathers are gonna make the superbowl in early december
> a scandal will come out about one of these teams
>hgh scandal comes out 3 weeks later
>predicts they'll find evidence in the week leading up to the superbowl
that's why you had the steelers and the seacucks to the owl?
>the prediction is right
>but it's not bold and wrong
>a bold and wrong prediction is better than a right one
how's the fact that it's bold or not relevant? it was spot on that's the point
All i see and all i hear is a bunch of bootyblasted patsfags. Le "we never cheated even tho we were found guilty of cheating" team get le mad at le team that beats them "oooohh but they le cheated and therefore justice" get so buttshattered when goodlel turns a blind eye again "muh justizzz" absolutely fukking rekt
>trying to destroy the reputations of the 2 best white quarterbacks of the last 15 years reputations so they can prop up black meme quarterbacks
>If Manning was using it recover from surgery, that's definitely HGH abuse.
Are you retarded or uninformed? HGH is FDA approved for recovering from surgery. That's not abuse, that's literally what doctors use it for.
Abuse is taking it to maximize workouts when you're not injured.
MLB players use HGH to increase their stats; it's not too physical of a game.
They use HGH to boost their stats.
Stats determine legacy in football.
NFL players use HGH to regenerate muscle.
HGH is a real treatment for real ailments
This is being investigated too you stupid shitposter.
No? "Injury" is nebulous, and these types of drugs should always be banned because it changes the sport from a game of skill into a game of whose body responds the best to substances.
First of all, HGH doesn't increase strength, but it may improve muscle recovery. Second of all, Peyton's injury was impingement of the nerves in his neck. The impingement was fixed with surgery, and the nerves recovered (which HGH wouldn't help with either). Now, maybe there was some muscle atrophy that the HGH could have helped, but again, it would have done nothing for improving muscular strength. So basically, he may have taken HGH thinking it would help, but for his injury it would have been almost worthless.
HGH isn't steroids, it does not make you faster/stronger/bigger etc. It does however help your body heal and recover. So you could use it to workout harder and recover faster from that, but realistically it's just gonna help guys stay on the field
He's been outed as a fraud. He records this shit and uploads them as private for a dozen different team pairings. After the team's are eliminated he makes his videos public.
>He fell off a cliff right after that season as well
Except it was two seasons afterward that he had his elite season (2013), and he was still pretty damn good in 2014 (until the playoffs as always, lol).
This was the first season he was ass in
so last year at this time, the dead week lead into the Superbowl was a media created story about PSI and deflated footballs
it was supposedly a "competitive advantage" for Tom Brady
so why isn't ESPN talking about Peyton Manning's HGH use this year? it's Wednesday, there are still about 10 days until the SuperBowl. there's plenty of time ESPN
With what parameters? does having your tonsils, appendix, gall bladder, or some other extremely minor surgery count? It's a pretty big advantage to legally be able to use performance enhancing drugs like those all at the discretion of a "medically" cleared reason.
I can't tell you didn't watch the documentary. In the the state Manning was in, it would be very much illegal to be using hGH.
"In adults, approved uses of HGH include:
Short bowel syndrome, a condition in which nutrients are not properly absorbed due to severe intestinal disease or the surgical removal of a large portion of the small intestine
HGH deficiency due to rare pituitary tumors or their treatment
Muscle-wasting disease associated with HIV/AIDS"
Manning would not be playing if he had any of these. Even if he did, he would NEVER get a prescription for it from an anti-aging clinic.
>using pussy boy unironically.
>using ahahaha unironically
>So what, you think she got HGH just for fun?
no, it's marketed and and used for for anti-aging purposes.
you know, since it was from an anti-aging clinic?
>millionaire athlete's wife cares about her looks
wow shit, really?
>Wife of aging super star QB buying a substance and having it deliver to their family home, despite it being a highly controversial and banned sports enhancement drug that could ruin her husband's NFL legacy
ya, ok, women are dumb but not that dumb
>Brady is investigated by the NFL
>BAWWWW wtf why is the NFL doing this WITCH HUNT? HISS REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>Manning gets accused of HGH use
>BAWWWW why isn't the NFL spending millions to investigate their GOLDEN BOY? HISS REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>NFL investigates Manning
whenever I read these sports doping stories, I always think back to Lyle Alzado. he once said something along the lines of "to use banned substances is the ultimate expression of a team-first mentality, you are risking your job and health for the team"
that sounds insane to me, but I'm also not a jacked up musclehead who is so narcisstic and hyper-competitive enough to have played in college, let alone the pros. I get why athletes do it, think how deranged they ust be to have acheived what they have
>Why did peyton do it?
What happens if he stops taking HGH?
As a Brady fan of feel terrible for Peyton Manning. These bullshit, slanderous allegations are just being used to generate the same controversy that drove last season's Superbowl to record viewer numbers. The NFL is an awful organization and I wish there was some way everyone in the league front office could lose their jobs. Goodell should be flogged for what he has done to this sport.
Goodell doesn't lead these things, he tries to keep them quiet. They aren't good for the league overall. It's ESPN and their brigade of idiot sportswriters who cause this shit to blow up.
Honestly I'd support using any substance to recover from an injury. The most important thing is to get star players back on the field. Just have everything detailed by the doctors, and release medical records to the league so they can make a decision on whether or not a treatment for injury is going beyond healing and into an unnatural advantage.
Partially. Delegate was definitely a fire the NFL started. They intentionally leaked false PSI numbers to ESPN, and let ESPN run wild with the wrong information without correcting them.
The HGH thing they've been better at keeping under wraps, and ESPN has followed.
>the report was originally made by fucking Al Jazeera America
>the pussifying of football has already made people such feminine drama queens they are trying to quote sandjews as a reliable source
This is one of those things like when /pol/ links to and article on Russia Today, about Russia, to try and prove something is true right? I honestly have no idea why I still come to 4chan.
There's a lot of insecure faggots on /sp/, you being one of them since you asked for a source on if Rodgers was blowing somebody. Gonna go watch that tape?
See >>65248872 (insecure fag)
You don't have to believe AL Jazeera, but they did catch someone on tape working at an HGH clinic saying they shipped HGH to Peyton Manning. That's enough to warrant an investigation no matter who wrote the original story.
That's not accurate. Testosterone can boost strength in someone that does nothing but sit on the couch eating chips. HGH doesn't. There's numerous studies to back that up. Now, HGH could assist in increasing strength by allowing more intense training sessions more frequenty. Regardless, any strength loss Peyton experienced was due to nerve damage. Any rehab he did would have involved getting the nerves to fire again after the surgeries removed the impingement. The nerves would have been the limiting factor, not his muscles. HGH really wouldn't have helped, at least not with that specific injury. That doesn't mean he didn't use it, though.
>Peyton's wife receives anti- aging stuff.
>OMG PEYTON TOOK HGH HE'S A CHEATER!
That's a possibility, but it's also a possibility that Peyton was using the HGH that was shipped directly to his house. Just because it's in his wife's name doesn't clear him of wrong-doing.
>the report was originally made by fucking Al Jazeera America
Source? If you watch the actual documentary (which no Manning fan has, yet still think they can argue about this for some fucking reason), it clearly states Al Jazeera English, not America.
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