If you're wondering what "Omaha" means, it's...well, we don't know. Peyton Manning gave this hilariously vague explanation of what it means (maybe "Let's get this money?"), but it was a device good enough to beat the Chargers last week. It probably might come into play on Sunday against the Patriots, but this time, "Omaha" is going to a cause other than kicking New England's ass.

Before it was a Manning phrase, "Omaha" was known as the largest city in Nebraska. Omaha Steaks was considering giving Manning an endorsement deal, but decided to team up with four other of the area's companies (ConAgra Foods, First National Bank of Omaha, Mutual of Omaha and Union Pacific) to donate $500 to Manning's PeyBack Foundation for each time "Omaha" is namedropped. The program is dedicated to "the future success of disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide leadership and growth opportunities for children at risk."

That would've been $22,000 donated if the deal was made last week (Manning yelled "Omaha" 44 times). Peyton Manning: Traumatizing defenders and saving the children one "Omaha" at a time.

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[via Bleacher Report]