“Peyton, his impact on the game of football, will not be determined based off this one game,” Eli said. “He’s kind of changed the game, and the no-huddle offense they had in Indianapolis for so long, and doing things at the line of scrimmage, and changing plays and getting out of bad plays and getting into good plays. … He’s played at a high level for a long, long time.
“I hope he can win, but his impact has already been made. His legacy, whether it will or not, I don’t think it should be affected by this one game.