Only so many players can say the last game they played in was for a Super Bowl win.
Names like Ray Lewis, Michael Strahan, Jerome Bettis and John Elway have accomplished such feats.
Super Bowl 50 could very well be Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning's final game. Manning told Patriots head coach Bill Belichick after Sunday's AFC Championship Game that "this might be my last rodeo. So, it sure has been a pleasure.''
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Eli Manning: I hope that he [Peyton] can win this game and if he decides to hang it up, he goes out on top.— New York Giants (@Giants) January 27, 2016
"I'm excited for him [Peyton]. I'll be rooting for him and want the best for him." - Eli Manning— New York Giants (@Giants) January 27, 2016
If it is Peyton's final game, Giants quarterback Eli Manning hopes his older brother goes out under confetti falling. Manning, of course, said he'll be in attendance.
Though a win would give Peyton Manning two Super Bowl rings, his legacy as one of the greatest QBs to ever line up under center has been determined. Winning one on his way out would cap a legendary career.