Tom Brady, Peyton Manning Highlights from Pebble Beach

By Jon Ackerman
Monday February 10th, 2014 11:06 am EST

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Because it’s always fun to turn everything Peyton Manning and Tom Brady do into a head-to-head competition, Manning collected another victory this weekend at Pebble Beach.

The two greatest active quarterbacks took part in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, but neither made the cut to play a fourth round on Sunday. Manning and his pro partner, Scott Langley, shot a 16-under through three rounds, leaving them tied for 26th; the top 25 pro-am pairings advanced to Sunday. Brady and his partner, Ricky Barnes, carded a 13-under.

Nonetheless, the QBs turned in some highlights:

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