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Why Does Peyton Manning Yell Omaha? Meaning Explained of Denver Broncos QB's Audible

The National Ledger


As you watch the Denver Broncos play today against the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship, you will notice that quarterback Peyton Manning...
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Source: The Wall Street Journal - on January 27, 2014

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Members of the Denver Broncos discuss their preparations for Super Bowl XLVIII. Photo: Getty Images.

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