Denver Broncos: 5 Reasons Peyton Manning Is Still an Elite QB

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Denver Broncos: 5 Reasons Peyton Manning Is Still an Elite QB
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Arguably one of the biggest stories in the offseason (excuse us Tim Tebow), Peyton Manning's arrival in Denver had everyone talking.

At 36 years old and with four neck surgeries under his belt, people wondered how Manning would respond after taking a big hit.

Would he get right back up? Would he struggle to get up? Would he stay lying on the turf?

Did Peyton still have the arm strength we were all accustomed to seeing?

When the Broncos gave Manning a five-year, $96 million deal, people questioned if Manning was still the elite quarterback he was with the Colts.

Although we are only two games in to the 2012 regular season, there's reason to believe that Manning is still an elite quarterback. 

He's not back at that "elite" level yet, but in the two games played, Manning has shown positive signs that he is on the road back to being a top-tier quarterback. 

Let's take a look at five reasons why Peyton Manning is still an elite quarterback. 

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