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  • If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

    I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......

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    Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

    [quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

    I don't think you'll find out for at least 10 years.
    I don't always root for the Cowboys but when I do I wear my pink Jessica Simpson edition Romo jersey. (yes I lost a bet)

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      Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

      I see him as giving great insight to a remarkable QB.. worse in the head set calling for differing trick plays

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        Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

        [quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

        if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
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          Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

          Peyton*

          And not all players can be fit for a coaching job.
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            Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

            [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

            if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
            [/quote]
            I have a feeling he would go to the niners or some other franchise he KNOWS he has a chance to win at. He is like the rest of the mannings, classy, he wont go to the skins since he doesnt want to upset Eli, he doesnt want to go to the jets for the same reason. Dolphins? Maybe. Any place that has a chance to win a bowl and not upset Eli or Archie.

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              Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

              [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

              if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
              [/quote]

              He won't go to a franchise he can't win with, he's going to team that's missing a QB, Seattle has a good team, even the Cards, Peyton and Fitz sheeesh the nightmares DC will be having every week,

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                Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                I don't think they'll release him. He's the Derek Jeter (and then some) of that franchise.

                I think Peyton will first do some broadcasting when he hangs it up (I predict success. . .particularly as an in-game analyst). Then again, I predicted success in broadcasting for Tiki Barber.

                But I do think he could make a fantastic coach. He practically called every play for the Colts the last five years anyway. Players will not question his authority, and his football IQ is like Einstein's physics IQ.


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                  Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                  [quote user="NYfanatic"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

                  if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
                  [/quote]
                  I have a feeling he would go to the niners or some other franchise he KNOWS he has a chance to win at. He is like the rest of the mannings, classy, he wont go to the skins since he doesnt want to upset Eli, he doesnt want to go to the jets for the same reason. Dolphins? Maybe. Any place that has a chance to win a bowl and not upset Eli or Archie.
                  [/quote]

                  don't sleep on the skins. The only thing they are missing is a legit QB

                  their defense is legit, their line is decent enough and they have underrated talent at RB and WR while having two VERY solid TEs/upbacks
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                    Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                    [quote user="RagTime Blue"]I don't think they'll release him. He's the Derek Jeter (and then some) of that franchise.

                    I think Peyton will first do some broadcasting when he hangs it up (I predict success. . .particularly as an in-game analyst). Then again, I predicted success in broadcasting for Tiki Barber.

                    But I do think he could make a fantastic coach. He practically called every play for the Colts the last five years anyway. Players will not question his authority, and his football IQ is like Einstein's physics IQ.


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                    yea personally I don't get it either

                    keep him, draft luck, and thenwhen its time for luck to step up hopfully peyton will be done by then - if hes not then hes not.

                    I hate how QBs get thrown the wolves ALL the time now. It use to be about easing QBs in letting them learn the game before they run the team.

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                      Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                      [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

                      if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
                      [/quote]

                      Strongly doubt he goes into little brother's division. Actually I guarantee he doesn't do that.
                      My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

                      Burier: Yes.

                      My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

                      Burier: Yes. I promise.

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                      • #12
                        Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                        He wants out of Indy if they draft a new QB because he doesn't want to groom a successor -- so I'd say no.

                        Maybe after he's retired for a few years like Don Mattingly.
                        8-Time NFL Champions - 1927 1934 1938 1956 1986 1990 2007 2011

                        "You win close games because you're prepared to do it. It doesn't just come down to luck." -- Bill Parcells

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                          Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                          [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="RagTime Blue"]I don't think they'll release him. He's the Derek Jeter (and then some) of that franchise.

                          I think Peyton will first do some broadcasting when he hangs it up (I predict success. . .particularly as an in-game analyst). Then again, I predicted success in broadcasting for Tiki Barber.

                          But I do think he could make a fantastic coach. He practically called every play for the Colts the last five years anyway. Players will not question his authority, and his football IQ is like Einstein's physics IQ.


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                          yea personally I don't get it either

                          keep him, draft luck, and thenwhen its time for luck to step up hopfully peyton will be done by then - if hes not then hes not.

                          I hate how QBs get thrown the wolves ALL the time now. It use to be about easing QBs in letting them learn the game before they run the team.

                          [/quote]

                          Well, we know that it's because of the insane amounts of money that early picks get nowadays. Owners don't want to see millions of dollars holding a clipboard.

                          Aaron Rodgers should be the model of QB incubation (without the vet who comes out of retirement every May).

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                            Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                            [quote user="burier"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Leo Da Giant"]I Always wondered how Payton would make as a Offensive coach.......[/quote]

                            if Colts release Peyton, he'll be a redskin
                            [/quote]

                            Strongly doubt he goes into little brother's division. Actually I guarantee he doesn't do that.[/quote]

                            i dunno man. I think Peyton would have to worry about Peyton. Hes all about winning and I think he would want to go to the best place he could.


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                              Re: If the Colts were to release Payton,,, do you think he would be a good fit as an offensive coach???

                              [quote user="RagTime Blue"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="RagTime Blue"]I don't think they'll release him. He's the Derek Jeter (and then some) of that franchise.

                              I think Peyton will first do some broadcasting when he hangs it up (I predict success. . .particularly as an in-game analyst). Then again, I predicted success in broadcasting for Tiki Barber.

                              But I do think he could make a fantastic coach. He practically called every play for the Colts the last five years anyway. Players will not question his authority, and his football IQ is like Einstein's physics IQ.


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                              yea personally I don't get it either

                              keep him, draft luck, and thenwhen its time for luck to step up hopfully peyton will be done by then - if hes not then hes not.

                              I hate how QBs get thrown the wolves ALL the time now. It use to be about easing QBs in letting them learn the game before they run the team.

                              [/quote]

                              Well, we know that it's because of the insane amounts of money that early picks get nowadays. Owners don't want to see millions of dollars holding a clipboard.

                              Aaron Rodgers should be the model of QB incubation (without the vet who comes out of retirement every May).
                              [/quote]

                              yea maybe with this new CBA that had the rookie contracts lowered that will change
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