I don't think Irsay meant it the way it's been interpreted. Besides, he was partially correct. It was more of a slam on Bill Polian than anyone else, and to a certain extent, Tony Dungy. They had a high-powered offense and a bend but don't break defense that gave up a lot of points on a regular basis, especially in big games (almost every time they played the Pats). I love Peyton, one of the all time greats. He's done all he can do, whether he wins another Super Bowl or not. But his record in big games is not good. It happens to great players all the time. Look at Elway before 1997. So there's a lot of blame to go around for Peyton's failure to win another ring and Irsay is right to point that out.