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    Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...expected-snag/

    Manning going Broncos AFC!!! i like it

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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    [quote user="rxc999"]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/19/manning-to-quarterback-broncos-barring-unexpected-snag/

    Manning going Broncos AFC!!! i like it[/quote]

    Peyton wasn't going to the NFC as long as his little brother is in the NFC. as per what I read on NFL.com yesterday or saturday

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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    [quote user="Brandon jacobs"][quote user="rxc999"]http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/19/manning-to-quarterback-broncos-barring-unexpected-snag/

    Manning going Broncos AFC!!! i like it[/quote]

    Peyton wasn't going to the NFC as long as his little brother is in the NFC. as per what I read on NFL.com yesterday or saturday[/quote]

    They could never have a Manning vs Manning Super Bowl if he moved to NFC so he choice was limited so to speak. Is that what your leading too?

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    yeah Bill Polian was pretty sure he would stay in AFC ... and his reasoning was his knowledge of the conference</P>


    not ashamed to say, i don't want him in SF</P>

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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

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    yeah Bill Polian was pretty sure he would stay in AFC ... and his reasoning was his knowledge of the conference</p>


    not ashamed to say, i don't want him in SF</p>[/quote]

    Same. I wonder where this leaves Tebow. He's not really a viable backup for Manning because he runs an entirely different offense.

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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    If Denver is smart, instead of trading Tebow they'll convert him to a full-time RB.


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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    thank god

    keep him out of the nfc

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    [quote user="Toadofsteel"]If Denver is smart, instead of trading Tebow they'll convert him to a full-time RB.[/quote]</P>


    I don't think he can be a fulltime fullback in the NFL. </P>


    You think he can take on linebackers at the point of attack? I don't...</P>


    If I were the Broncos; I would trade him while he still has value. </P>

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    Re: Manning to quarterback Broncos barring “unexpected snag”

    [quote user="ny06"]You think he can take on linebackers at the point of attack? [/quote]

    He does it every game...sometimes running over them.

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    [quote user="nygfanmaybe"][quote user="ny06"]You think he can take on linebackers at the point of attack? [/quote] He does it every game...sometimes running over them.[/quote]</P>


    When did he run over any linebackers in the NFL?</P>


    It's also very different running from the shotgun position (QB) from being a fullback. </P>


    Also, fullback is not an easy position in the NFL. Your main job is to open holes for the running game. On occasion go out on the flat and make a catch. Just like an offensive lineman it's a dirty job and doesn't get the recognition on the stat sheet. But to any team that employs the fullback to there offensive scheme would want a proven fullback; not a guy who <U>could </U>be a fullback. </P>


    Now let me ask you; do you think he can be a fullback or h-back in this league? And try not to put your personal feelings into the equation.</P>


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