Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning went through a wide range of emotions during his former team’s final drive against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night.

Manning, who was appearing on the Manning Cast on ESPN alongside his brother, Eli, couldn’t hide his emotions while Denver head coach Nathaniel Hackett displayed some questionable clock management in the Broncos’ 17-16 loss.

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With Denver facing a fourth and five near the Seattle 46-yard line, Peyton badly wanted the Broncos to call a timeout with around 55 seconds left in the game.

Instead, Hackett let the clock run all the way down to 20 seconds before attempting a 64-yard field goal that would’ve put Denver ahead.

The field goal, unsurprisingly, was missed.

There’s no doubt that was a tough situation for the Broncos. But I think almost every coach in the league calls a timeout with 55 seconds left and runs their best play to pick up the first down and get closer to field goal range in that situation. There’s obviously the risk of not picking up the first down and essentially losing the game, but that would’ve been a smarter risk to take than kicking a 64-yard field goal that had a very low chance of success.

I can’t blame Peyton for his reaction. He certainly had a better grasp of the situation than Hackett.

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