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Sports Media World Reacts To What Peyton Manning Said

A closeup of Peyton Manning.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - OCTOBER 08: Peyton Manning watches a video presentation during a ceremony to retire his number during the halftime of the game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 8, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Bobby Ellis/Getty Images)

During the first quarter of Monday night's game between the Cardinals and Rams, Peyton Manning had a hot-mic moment that NFL fans will replay for at least the next week or so.

Eli Manning went to kick over a breakdown of a particular play to Peyton. The only problem was that Peyton's audio wasn't working.

"I can't hear s--t," Peyton said while on air.

Eli immediately replied, "Never mind." That short exchange might not seem like much, but it made a lot of fans chuckle on Monday night.

"The Manningcast has completely revived my interest in Monday night football," one fan said.

"Putting these two on air for MNF is one of the few good decisions ESPN has made," another fan said.

One fan had a hilarious reaction to this moment from the Manningcast, tweeting "Let's see how many FCC complaints they get from this."

It's safe to say that NFL fans are all in on the Manningcast. 

This isn't the first time the Manningcast found itself in some minor trouble. Earlier this season, Eli Manning threw up the middle finger when talking about the Cowboys and Eagles.

Unfortunately, there will not be an edition of the Manningcast for the Divisional Round of the playoffs.