Peyton Manning says he could pick Eli Manning or Nick Foles to caddy against Tom Brady


Prior to The Match: Champions for Charity, which raised $20 million for coronavirus relief, and pit Peyton Manning against Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson, the former Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts QB came prepared with the jokes and trash talk, before teeing off with his partner, Tiger Woods.

Manning, a two-time Super Bowl winner, didn’t always get the better of Brady when the played each other. Seeking a caddie, Manning said he thought about bringing his brother, former New York Giants QB Eli Manning, or Chicago Bears QB Nick Foles, who previously played with the Philadelphia Eagles. Those two are responsible for all three of Brady’s Super Bowl losses.

Maybe Manning’s head games worked. After Brady had some wild play, had fun in a golf cart and split his pants, the Mickelson/Brady team rallied from 3 down to get close at the turn. Then, Woods did what he often did against Mickelson — beat him down the stretch. The Woods/Manning team defeated the Mickelson/Brady team 1 up.

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