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    AFter the season if stanzi doesn't work out.

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    As for Manning, the risk is too high as would be the price tag...

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    He should retire I don't wanna see the man paralyzed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by figcrostic View Post
    He should retire I don't wanna see the man paralyzed.
    I agree 100%. He is the best QB since Joe Montana and arguably had to do more with less. It would be tragic to have him attempt a comeback and lose everything. He doesn't need to. He will always be one of the three best QB's to ever play the game.

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    I son't see this happening. IMO, even if the Colts draft Luck, they will try to go with Manning if he is healthy, while letting Luck develop for a year or two on the bench. If Manning can't play and they are forced to go with Luck, they will still be in a great position. I think Manning will either play for the Colts next year (because he can), or he will retire (because he can't),

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    I think he's stupid enough to try. I just hope he discovers his new limitations before he goes out on the field with an opposing defense trying to cut him in half.

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    Part of the reason Manning is so good is the protection he gets from his ol. If he were to play behind our line he would get hit a lot more, leading to poor performance. If you look back on the games where his protection was getting shredded he had bad games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissingTBone View Post
    Part of the reason Manning is so good is the protection he gets from his ol. If he were to play behind our line he would get hit a lot more, leading to poor performance. If you look back on the games where his protection was getting shredded he had bad games.
    I'll be honest, I think this is very inaccurate. Manning is great at reading the blitz, and calling his team into the correct play to beat it. The Colts OL is nothing to brag about.
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    Stanzi isn't going to work. And not to be a jerk but this is a dream that, quite frankly, doesn't make much sense. I would rather go for Brady if we did something like this. At least he can win in the post-season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codac View Post
    Stanzi isn't going to work. And not to be a jerk but this is a dream that, quite frankly, doesn't make much sense. I would rather go for Brady if we did something like this. At least he can win in the post-season.
    Peyton is 9-11 in the post season.

    Hardly a case of Phillip Rivers, or Marty Schottenheimer, there.

    Although, I have no interest in the notion of trading for him either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Peyton is 9-11 in the post season.

    Hardly a case of Phillip Rivers, or Marty Schottenheimer, there.

    Although, I have no interest in the notion of trading for him either.
    9-11 is not that great. A good portion of those came from his only good showing in the playoffs when he finally won his first and last superbowl. Not trying to knock on one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. Just saying, he wasn't exactly the best quarterback in the post-season. I would take Big Ben, Brady, or hell I might even take Eli before I took Peyton in the playoffs.

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