Peyton Manning made an appearance at David Letterman’s final taping, with the funny Broncos quarterback trying to bring the Omaha-ha’s to the “Late Show” on Wednesday.
While outside the Ed Sullivan Theater, Manning stopped to take a picture with Deputy Inspector John B. Hart. The Midtown North Precinct Twitter account posted the photo and then seemed to take a small dig at the signal-caller, referring to him as “Eli’s brother.”
Peyton Manning delivers No. 3 on the Top 10 ‘Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say to Dave’ on David Letterman’s last show.
“As a Giant fan I got to spend a moment with Eli’s brother at Letterman’s last show #Peytonmanning #DavidLetterman”
Of course, Peyton — a five-time league MVP who won Super Bowl XLI while with the Colts — is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but little brother Eli did win two Super Bowls with the Giants in 2008 and 2012.
The Broncos QB was one of Letterman’s special guests during his final Top Ten list: “Top Ten Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say to Dave.”
Peyton delivered No. 3 on the list, saying, “Dave, you are to comedy, what I am to … comedy.”
Eli’s brother can be pretty funny.
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