If you were to ask someone what one word they associated with Peyton Manning, chances are you would hear "Omaha." Every time he got to the line of scrimmage you knew you could expect to hear it....but why did he use that word on the field?

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Well, Peyton has finally explained the reason why he would say that, and surprisingly enough, it has nothing to do with the city in Nebraska. According to Peyton, "Omaha" was just a trigger word that meant that he was changing the current play. Usually it meant that time was running low on the clock and that the ball needed to be snapped.

Check out Peyton explaining it in his own words below: