[quote user="JPizzack"][quote user="Morehead State"]
Trading for Peyton isn't like trading for any other QB. With him comes his own offensive scheme. He wouldn't be the type to adapt to another since he is practically the OC in Indy when he's on the field.</P>
I say he retires as a Colt, even if they draft Luck. In my view they would be better off trading the pick, drafting a QB in the 2nd or 3rd and draft the kid from LSU. Their defense is a nightmare.</P>
yea, but MH...we're not talking about Brett Favre...or Kurt Warner....we're talking about PEYTON MANNING(6'5", 230 lbs...laser rocket arm), who showed NO SIGNS of slowing down his HOF pace at all last season.
I find it hard to believe the Colts are even considering cutting ties. It's not Peyton's fault that they had no backup plan, and that they dont know how to play defense....
I just assume this team toughs it out and improves their defense while keeping Peyton as the beast that he is...there's no reason to do otherwise imo.
Well thats what I'm saying. if he can play he'll be a Colt. if he can't he can't. they would probably agree and work out a buyout.</P>
But if he can't play by that date, I doubt he will ever be able to.</P>