No. They don't factor in that Peyton Manning is going to get the ball....
MD: Listen, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, all of them—you're dead within two minutes. Peyton Manning is going to score in two minutes against any defense in the league. The game is built for that. So you have to try to not give him the ball. If you give him the ball at his 20-yard line, he's just going to march down.
I'm going to take my chances with my defense.
MD: You're going to lose every time.
Will you be at the Super Bowl?
MD: I'm working on another movie then, so I'll probably have to watch it on TV. I'm going to be in England. It's another Clint Eastwood movie, coming out next year, called Hereafter. I'll be with Dirty Harry watching the Super Bowl.
Is it another sports movie? Like jai alai? Ping-Pong?
MD: We're trying to identify more and more exotic sports and make movies about them.
Shortly before he found out he had finished fifth in the Heisman voting, Florida senior Tim Tebow—who won the award in 2007—made his case to me for why he should be given a chance to play QB in the NFL: "I'll work as hard as possible at the next level. If I get that chance and it doesn't work out and they don't think I can do it—then move me to another position, and I'll play my heart out there and do my best to succeed at that position. But just give me a chance to play quarterback."