Peyton Manning Had a Hilarious Soundtrack in Cardinals-Rams (Video)

Peyton Manning had some audio issues during the Los Angeles Rams-Arizona Cardinals Wild Card game.

Wild Card Weekend is far from over on Sunday, when the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals go head-to-head on Monday night. Not only was the game broadcast, but the Manningcast, featuring Peyton and Eli, was also available to watch. As was the case with it, there were some entertaining moments during the rotating broadcast.

After the Rams got on the board before Matthew Stafford passed the ball to Odell Beckham Jr, Eli asked Peyton to break up the play. That’s when the former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos signal caller revealed he couldn’t hear anything.

Peyton Manning has a funny sound problem in Manningcast

For those wondering, the audio problem was fixed shortly after.

This isn’t the first time Manningcast has caught viewers off guard. Don’t forget the beginning of the season when Eli flips the birds over to the camera in flashbacks to when the New York Giants played in Philadelphia with the Eagles. That image has been used for meme purposes and even as a social media profile picture.

While watching the all-important playoffs, the Mannings have former Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

In recognition of Peyton, he made the final Manningcast of the season a memorable one.

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Huynh Nguyen

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