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October 21, 2013

Mike Lopresti: Loss of Wayne dampens win

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Mathis concurred.

"There is a momentum," he said. "It's a confidence-booster to say the least."

But one doctor's report has put a different light on the afterglow of the evening Peyton came home. The event was scintillating and worthy of its megahype — if only the owner would stay off his Twitter. But one thunderous night in October does not make a team's legacy. Peyton Manning is gone, and so is Reggie Wayne. What is the rest of the story?

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