Sometimes the simplest way to success comes from thinking outside of the box, like an 8-time football Pro Bowl player recently said during a Fox Football Daily program aired Sept. 23 on Grab Media Network.
According to Brian Urlacher, beating a football legend like Manning isn't going to happen so much from playing a great defense game or even an offense game. Instead, a team has got to be ready to take advantage of the openings they may unexpectedly get from Manning's team's failures.
Another show participant weighed in to say he thinks controlling how much time Peyton gets with that ball is key, as "you got to manage the clock when dealing with quarterbacks like Peyton Manning."
The final conclusion of the matter was this: "the quarterback must go down and he must go down hard."