Archie Manning on 'Fox and Friends': Did You Know Why Peyton Wears #18?
As his son goes for his second Super Bowl title on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, Archie Manning sat down with Brian Kilmeade this morning in Times Square.
Archie has watched his youngest son, Giants quarterback Eli Manning, capture two Super Bowl titles in recent seasons.
After moving from the Colts to the Broncos a few years ago, Peyton Manning posted one of the finest seasons by a quarterback in league history in 2013, setting the single-season record with 51 TD passes.
Many see Sunday's contest against Seattle as a chance for the future Hall-of-Famer to cement his legacy with a second ring.
Archie shared a story you may not have known about why Peyton has always worn No. 18. The eldest of the Manning sons, Cooper, was gearing up to play college football for the University of Mississippi when he received a career-ending diagnosis. He had spinal stenosis and one bad hit could have paralyzed him. In a touching tribute to his brother, Peyton decided to wear Cooper's No. 18.