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Broncos QB Peyton Manning Explains What He Means When He Says “Omaha” [VIDEO]

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We’ve all heard Peyton Manning yell out “Omaha” during a Broncos game, but do you know what it means?  With tongue planted firmly in cheek, Peyton explains what it means in this YouTube video:

Online sportsbook Bovada.lv is taking wagers on the number of times Peyton yells “Omaha”  in the Superbowl on February 2nd against the Seattle Seahawks. The over/under is 27 1/2.

Mr. Manning raised over $24,000 for his charity the “Peyback Foundation” by yelling “Omaha” 31 times against the Patriots in the AFC title game.

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