Peyton Manning has his Super Bowl ring and a spot in Canton waiting five years after he quits, which is not going to be for another decade the way he is playing. But Kerry Rhodes says the Jets don't fear Manning and he's not immune to being rattled or confused, which is the Jets' mission in the AFC Championship Game.
There is an awful lot going on in Manning's brainy head during a game, and the Jets want to get inside it.
"You don't fear anybody. And no quarterback is beyond getting rattled," Rhodes told the Daily News Tuesday. "When you step on the field with Peyton Manning you got to bring your ‘A' game or you're in trouble. We are going to try to dictate, have some say-so in what he does. Even with Peyton Manning, you get to him a couple of times, he's going to rush his throw. The pressure can affect the way he throws. You don't have to sack him."