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Peyton Manning's "Omaha" Calls During Denver Broncos Win Over The New England Patriots Raise $24,800 For Charity

Peyton Manning's "Omaha" Calls During Denver Broncos Win Over The New England Patriots Raise $24,800 For Charity

Peyton Manning secured a place at Super Bowl XLVIII as he led the Denver Broncos to a 26-16 win over the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game.

But that wasn’t the only success.

No, for every “Omaha” call from Manning during today’s game, eight businesses from Omaha donated a combined $800 to The Peyback Foundation – where Peyton is president.

He shouted it 31 times leading to a $24,800 total donation.

All in a game’s work for Manning who earlier this week sort of explained the meaning behind the audible:

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