Peyton Manning is made fun of by Tom Brady in the latest social media post


Peyton Manning was the target of a joke by Tom Brady via social media. On Twitter, the seven-time Super Bowl champion quarterback A video of him was posted using a camera from a high angle above his head, which made his forehead look big. Brady also wrote in the caption, “The kids over on tiktok are calling this the Peyton angle. Rude!!” 

Brady was suggesting that Manning’s forehead is too large, something Manning has had to deal with throughout his NFL career. Manning laughed at his forehead in 2017 when the Indianapolis Colts revealed a statue of Manning. “Let me start by thanking Ryan Feeney for sculpting a lasting reminder of my tenure as a Colt,”Manning stated at the time that per Broncos Wire. “Luckily for me, and even more so for our children, Ryan promised that my bronze forehead would be a little smaller and my neck a little shorter than they actually are.”

Since their respective careers, Brady and Manning have had their fair share of fights. Brady holds an 11-6 advantage over Manning, while Manning holds a 3-2 record in the playoffs. Together, Brady and Manning won eight Super Bowl MVPs and six Super Bowl MVP Awards. 

“I’ve been around the game long enough to know that Brady doesn’t play Manning and so on. But that duo, they have to match each other,”John Madden, late NFL analystSubmitted USA Today 2014. “Both teams know that the other can score a lot of points. “Peyton Manning is not going to be your opponent and you won’t score many points. You won’t play Tom Brady without scoring a lot.”

“They show great respect for one another.” Brady’s father, Tom Sr., said to USA Today. “They get along with each other as well as anyone. This kind of relationship is quite special. You will want to beat each other. You have great respect for each other. Manning was the Denver Broncos’ Super Bowl winning quarterback in 2016. Brady retired for a month earlier this year but decided to return and play at least one more season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.