Eli Manning officially moved past big brother Peyton in Super Bowl titles after his dramatic come-from-behind win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. As Peyton's future with the Indianapolis Colts -- and with any other franchise for that matter -- remains uncertain, the possibility exists that Eli could finish his career with more rings than his more heralded big brother.
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All that is just fine with Peyton.
"Eli and I don't play that game," Peyton told The Indianapolis Star this week. "The relationship of Eli, Cooper and I is not about trying to rub it in or anything like that. It's about love, nothing but love.
"I couldn't be happier for Eli, prouder of Eli. I want nothing but the best for him. I think he will continue to win more Super Bowls. There is no envy whatsoever in our relationship. He deserves this."
"He called to congratulate Eli and I told him I would pass that along," Peyton said. "He said, 'I look forward to sitting down with you soon,' and I told him the same thing. It'll happen.
"One thing he and I are not going to do is give a set date where it's like a game. We'll handle it the way it should be handled."