Sad. I love Peyton.
While i think the manning brothers are ultra competitive i really dont believe they would wanna play in the same division. And while Snyder would pay him - i just don't see him coming to the east.
My guess is Miami or Arizona - warmer weather - nice receivers in Fitz and Marshall.
I think the jets and the nfc east is not an option .
Call me crazy but I think the Colts cut Peyton thus negating his contract and then resigning an incentive laden contract with the Colts thus enabling the Colts to draft Luck and keep Peyton. I think that's why Peyton said this recently.
This gives the Colts some protection and another option if his recovery doesn't work out.
PS. No way Peyton plays in the same division as Eli. Not going to happen.
[quote user="Hail"][/quote]Nice dream, but sorry to break it to you but it won't happen since he won't play in the same division as his brother. Might not even play in the same City because of it.
Enjoy Rexxy Rex. That is if you do not get a QB in the draft this year.
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peyton manning playing for dan snyder?
If Peyton signs with the Redskins (or Jets for that matter) I bet he gets hurt again and retires. Those two teams just have too much bad luck for anything else to happen.
Also, these pictures are very well drawn. Someone took a lot of time doing this. Clearly, they are very desperate to get Peyton. That's just sad.
I say bring it on. I *want* to see Peyton in the NFC east, so that eli can 2-0 him head-to-head and shut up the haters once and for all. I have nothing against the man himself, if anything Peyton is one of Eli's biggest fans. It's the ****bags in the media that swoon at the very mention of Peyton and refuse to think of Eli as anything but Elite that I hate.
Post 4/20 mock draft:
Round 1: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
Round 2: ASJ, TE, Washington
Round 3: Marcus Martin, C, USC
Round 4: Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford
Round 5: Khairi Fortt, OLB, California
Round 6: Ethan Westbrooks, DE, West Texas A&M
Round 6 comp: Cornelius Lucas, OT, Kansas State