I haven't heard anybody mention this and I just thought about it. Being in the AFC South, we are used to playing Peyton Manning twice a week. We usually play the Colts competitively and sometimes we even *gasp* win. With Peyton under center, the Colts offense is pretty damn good.
So by playing the Colts twice a year over the last decade, does that prepare us for other great QBs? I'm not sure if I would call it an advantage, but at the very least, we should know how to defend against a great QB, seeing as how we're used to doing it against Manning.
Does anybody else it this way?