Warning to opponents: Sacking PMFM is bad for your health

It was pretty obvious while watching Broncos/Chargers that Peyton Manning first aggravated his high right ankle sprain on Larry English's twisting second quarter sack.

Of course, Corey Liuget's fourth-quarter dive at Manning's legs got more attention, but even after these two limp-inducing hits, Manning will play Sunday against Kansas City.

English was not so fortunate, as on the play, he apparently suffered a pectoral injury serious enough to end his season.

Let this be a lesson to Denver's looming opponents: while hitting and/or sacking Manning does wonders for a team's chances of victory, it's also hazardous to one's health.

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