Former Peyton Manning Teammate Makes iPhone Game Based on QB's Super Bowl Struggles


Brandon King, a former defensive back who appeared in eight total games for the Colts in 2010 and 2011, has created the iPhone game “Smashman” based on Peyton Manning’s struggles in the Super Bowl against Seattle. “It was the most embarrassing game I ever saw him play,” King told TMZ. “I was like let me make an app where it’s almost impossible to score on a defense.”

The app apparently had 2,000 downloads in its first week, despite the fact that its objective — to score 44 points (one more than the Seahawks scored in the Super Bowl), however one does that — is seemingly unreachable. Whether or not Peyton Manning deserves blame for purported failures in the clutch is a DEBATE for a whole other time, but it’s probably safe to say he shouldn’t really take offense to the creation of a former teammate who is little more than a footnote in the history of the League.

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