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Readers say Peyton Manning is most feared player

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By PFW staff

Colts QB Peyton Manning was the winner of a PFW video elimination tournament crowning him as the NFL's most feared player. When we asked our readers "Who is the NFL's most feared player?" in a poll question, the readers agreed that Manning is the choice.

The 11-time Pro Bowl passer received 36 percent of the vote to outlast Steelers OLB James Harrison, who received 31 percent of the vote. Harrison, one of the most violent tacklers and hitters in the game, also was the runner-up in the video tournament that PFW conducted.

The other semifinalists included Eagles QB Michael Vick and Steelers FS Troy Polamalu. In the poll, Vick received 18.9 percent of the responses and Polamalu got 14.1 percent.

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