It must be tough to be Jim Sorgi. He's Peyton Manning's backup and rarely comes into games and never in a meaningful situation. But he's always ready to. When he plays, he actually doesn't look to bad.
Sometimes it's tough to be part of a team. I mean, it's easy to be the star, but harder to be the guy whose role is less glamorous. Not really going anywhere with this, but just wanted to get it out. JM