It’s not mostly a quarterback gets a derisive penalty. It’s reduction mostly that quarterback is Peyton Manning.
Manning reached his violation indicate Saturday, cheering a two-word reproach to Texans safety D.J. Swearinger, who willingly simplified Manning’s difference to any quite unhandy lip-readers after a 18-17 Houston win:
DJ Swearinger on what Peyton Manning pronounced to him in finish zone: “He pronounced ‘F me.'”—
Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) August 24, 2014
According to the Denver Post, Manning’s tainted denunciation was understandable. Swearinger had only knocked Broncos star Wes Welker out of a diversion with a shot to a conduct that resulted in an unnecessary-roughness chastisement and a concussion — generally heavy for a far-reaching receiver, who’s had a story of conduct injuries.
So, casually, Manning darts a 29-yard touchdown pass to Emmanuel Sanders on a subsequent play, and done a beeline for a Houston defensive back.
The video of a fight is pleasing in a transparency: You can’t see Manning’s face, though only by a intonation of his bouncing helmet, there’s small doubt of the stream of difference withdrawal a superstar’s mouth.