How is it an example of "low grade journalism" using the definition you provided? With the definition you provided, that's how. Writing "Climer is a moron" is low grade journalism. You never said it had to be for publicity. That's just your opinion. You ask for others insight, and I'm telling you I disagee, but you don't seem willing to accept someone else's opinion. Besides, who paid to read it? Not me, doubt if you did either. Re-read what YOU wrote. You never mentioned the word local. You cited ESPN, TV, and sportstalk. NEVER said anything about local. Therefore, my comment is indeed valid. Sure he did. He's the leader. A late game drive that was helped by an incorrect referee decision on a legitimate interception does not make up for the entire rest of the game. He prides himself on watching film and audibleing at the line to beat defenses, but he failed to do it when it mattered most, therefore, he choked in the big game. True, that his chokeability rubs off on teammates (i.e. kicker, linemen, etc). That ain't saying much my friend. Number of late game comebacks resulting in wins for a Peyton playoff team; ZERO.