The Denver Broncos management team have left the curfew time for Super Bowl week to be decided by their captains.
Teams have won and lost Super Bowls by adopting varied approaches in the seven days that precede the actual event.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said that he would not set a curfew for the week, opting to let his team captains handle that.
However, Peyton Manning, being the ultimate professional that he is, found little support when he weighed in on the matter.
"I threw out 21:00, that didn't get a lot of positive views," chuckled Manning.
"DeMarcus said he was going to have to take some time to think about that… Maybe there's a panel to go on."
DeMarcus Ware was not the only one who objected to Manning's conservative curfew suggestion.
"21:00? Where's Peyton?," tight end Vernon Davis said laughing.
"I don't know about 21:00.
"I think we have a unique group of guys, and I think they're smart. They make the right decisions and they're very accountable, and as a team, we have to hold each other accountable because if we can't hold that next guy accountable, then we can't really trust him, right?"