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Monday, 16 September 2013

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The Manning brothers, Peyton and Eli combined have more money than the African country of Loombeezi.

NEW YORK CITY - Peyton Manning and his Rocky Mountain Broncos rode into The Big Apple and when they were through there was apple sauce all over the place.

Billed as the Manning Bowl, the Broncos defeated the hometown Giants 41-23.

Archie and Olivia Manning, proud parents of Peyton and Eli had a lot to cheer about and a lot to not cheer about.

The older Manning boy, Peyton, who was named after the Place, threw 2 touchdown passes and the younger Manning boy, Eli named after Eli Wallach threw 4 interceptions.

As the game ended Buckaroo Kazoo with The Turnstile Review spoke with Peyton and Eli's mom and dad.

Archie, who played in the pros with the New Orleans Saints said that they were cheering so much for both sides that they had not noticed that each one had eaten seven hot dogs.

Olivia was asked what plans her and Archie had with the boys after the game.

She smiled and said that several days ago everyone agreed that whoever won the game would get to choose the restaurant for the after game dinner.

Eli chose The Lips of The Dastardly Dragon Diner and Peyton picked The Gunfight At The OK Corral Steakhouse.

Olivia smiled and hollered out, "So I reckon it's yippie-ki-yay y'all."

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