- 03/09/2012, 12:15AM ET
..PCH// said 03/09, 12:15 AM
it's not pch is burning, don't get excited.
I just have to rant a little about Archie's oldest son.
Peyton Manning recently got cut, which is hard for me to still believe, but anyways. I think the 28 million was the definite factor in this. How are you going to pay some guy 28 million, whomever he might be, that's had 3 frkn neck surgeries?
I get it.. Irsay, you better hope Luck lives up to his last name.
Anywho, I am a big Peyton fan, i think the guy's un real on the gridiron. lmao He's had 4 MVP's, more than anybody in NFL history, and he's made the Colts into a bucking Bull.
Well, that's till Painter took over. #disgrace
My reason for this td, it's this, I'm a betting man, and I think Peyton, whichever team he goes to, outside of the deadskins, will atleast win a playoff game in this coming season.
I have faith in Peyton. yes, the neck surgeries were serious, but lets give the dude some props, he went from his rookie year of '98 to 2011 with no problems. If anything, Peyton needed a vacation. #I'm kidding
OlderthanDirt said 03/09, 11:34 AM
Hi PCH! Glad doing business with you.
OK, here's the deal. We will not know until sometime next week what team Peyton is going to if then.
But let's talk just a little history here. First off, it is hard as hell for an incoming QB to learn a new system and make it to the playoffs the first year. Yes, we all agree that PM is not your typical transfer however, we all know that more than ever now he is injury suspect at best.
Secondly, let's take a look at PMs playoff history. He has taken his team to the playoffs in 11 different seasons. They LOST 7 times in their first game to not advance any further. So , it is not like Peyton is a Giant killer once he gets to the playoffs. When you only win 36% of your first games played in the playoffs that is not too convincing to anyone to be betting on your statement that he will , at least win a playoff game in this coming season regardless of what team he goes to.
Miami for sure is the most likely candidate for that scenario to even take place of optional teams in the AFC. And they will have to play out their **** to even get a WC slot. IMO they wil not win AFC East outright.
So, we all like PM, but...... MTC
..PCH// said 03/16, 09:43 PM
that's all good..
Peyton has a chip on his shoulder, he's the best qb in the game, the only one's with careers that compare, Drew Brees and Brady.
currently of course..
Peyton can turn poop into golden nuggets.
Lets be real..
Garcon signing the big one.. haha
anyways, here's my scenerio..
he goes the 9'ers.. TITLE .. or atleast nfc title game..
Denver, he's gotta do more than Tebow.. lol Even Tebow won one playoff game.
Tennessee.. Man, I see Chris JOhnson being more effective with Peyton, and i see Peyton making silver into platinum.. Kenny Britts' the man, and I forget ole boi, #2 wr, but he's alright as well..
I doubt he's going there..
Matt Flynn is their man.
OlderthanDirt said 03/18, 07:52 PM
He worked out for the Titans on Saturday and still no release confirming a contract with anyone yet.
IMO, Miami, Tennessee and Arizona still have the best chance at signing him.
And, you missed your prediction. Matt Flynn just signed with Seattle. The Dolphins could sign Alex Smith and if that happens then Maybe, just Maybe, the Niners are in the Manning sweepstakes.
IF Manning went to the Niners then I can see them getting to the playoffs again. Still no guarantee they win a first round playoff game. That is still to be seen.
IMO, I am looking for Manning to sign with the Titans. Anyone remember where Peyton played college ball? He is a hero in Tennessee, he would fit well there.
We will see. MMTC.
..PCH// said 03/23, 01:23 AM
Who's he got to worry about, Chiefs and Peyton Hillis?
Phillip Rivers and Meachem? haha sorry, but that was a def. down grade from Jackson in my opinion.
Peyton's in a lonely division.
I won't diss this division too bad, but it's one of the more, eh, weaker divisions...
Peyton is likely to win a playoff game.
This guy can move the march down the field, easily..
I've never seen nothing like this guy, calling audlibles.. n such..
He's trully an amazing player, and too think at only 36, and after some neck surgeries, he's going to sh8t, dumb thought.
Who am i kidding, Peyton could be a coach in the nfl right now. Peyton's a genius, and yes, he's better than his little bro.
Peyton's a huge mistake for Irsay.. Luck's not that mobile, and he'll need a great o-line in the nfl. Lets be real, he's had one at STanford..
OlderthanDirt said 03/23, 09:02 AM
To finish this thing, Peyton landed at what could possibly be the easiest road to make it to the playoffs with one exception. They play 7 teams that were in the playoffs last year and look to be as strong this year.
The Broncos still face the suspension of two primary defensemen in the middle of their line up going into the season.
The Chargers, Raiders and Chiefs are not going to just Hand them the AFC West crown because the mighty Peyton has arrived.
AND, Peyton's neck injury is just one huge sack away from permanently sidelining him.
While I agree that Irsay is a punk and should have done everything possible to keep Peyton in the huddle, at least for this year, there are no guarantees that Peyton will win a playoff game this year.
If you think Demaryius Thomas is the key to Peyton's success throwing the ball forget it. He got extremely lucky on one defensive gamble and that is that.
The Broncos did rush the ball pretty well last year as a team, but 660 yards of that was Timmy.
I do like Peyton Manning. I do agree he has tons of football savvy. I am just not sold that his move to Denver guarantees him another playoff win given his history.
Good TD. GL
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