Tracy Porter's interception of Ben Roethlisberger in Week 1 reminiscent of his Super Bowl pick
In camp, I asked Porter if he’d had a moment yet to talk to Manning about Memory Lane, about that night in South Florida when Manning, on his way to becoming a two-time Super Bowl champ, threw a pass that will live in Colts infamy.
“No,’’ he said. “I mean, we’re both professionals. It’d be sort of rookie-ish to mention it. If he wants to talk about it one day, we will, but that’s not the kind of thing I’d ever bring up to him.’‘
On Sunday night, I asked if it had come up yet with Manning.
“No,” he said.
You do not talk about your SB 44-clinching pick-six.
The second rule of playing with Peyton Manning is: You do not talk about your SB 44-clinching pick-six.
Of course, Manning's Colts were already down by a touchdown at the time of Porter's game-ender, but don't let that get in the way of a good narrative, Peter.