Peyton Manning wouldn't call the loss 43-8 loss to the Seahawks "embarrassing".
Fine, if he's not embarrassed then we'll be embarrassed for him.
Gary Tanguay and Kirk Minihane discussed the loss on CSNNE's Early Edition.
"In his shoes, he should never admit that it was embarrassing. But it was, for God's sake. I mean, my God. He's supposed to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. But it was embarrassing. And I understand that it's a team loss. I get it. Seattle had the better team. But I've come to the conclusion - and I had an open mind going into the game - Peyton Manning is not a big-game quarterback. If you get physical with Peyton Manning, he turtles. Which is exactly what he did."
And Minihane doesn't like Manning's chances in the near future either.
"There is no way that that guy is going to go back next year and face either Seattle or San Francisco - it's going to be one of those two teams - and play well against those defenses," Minihane said. It's not going to happen. It's over."