Found January 30, 2012 on Unathletic:
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I’m not an Indianapolis Colts fan, but I do respect Peyton Manning. The guy is one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game, and could very well be the best quarterback of my generation. Furthermore, he’s a good guy. He’s a flat out good guy unlike most of his co-workers in the NFL.

I’m telling you right now my spaz meter is slowly rising on the situation in Indianapolis. I’m do not approve with the treatment Manning is getting from the colts.  The latest, and maybe my favorite is Irsay calling Peyton a “politician”. Hate ‘em or love ‘em this sh$t would never go down with the New York Yankees.

I understand it’s a business. Perhaps, Peyton is done in Indianapolis, but the guy deserves to be treated like royalty there. I believe Peyton is at a point where he’s earned the right to retire when he wants. He’s also earned the right to be treated with respect by the Colts. I’m telling you right now, if they screw him over – I hope one of five things happens..

5.) The Fans Don’t Show Up To Games

PROTEST!!! Hit Irsay where it hurts. The fans rebel, the stadium is empty, the Colts lose money. Revenge will be had.

4.) The Mannings Buy the Colts

A few more commercials and Peyton should have the bank roll for this…. I think #5 needs to happen for #4 to come true, but hey this is a hypothetical folks. Peyton should own the Colts today, now that I think about it. That team would be dogsh$t without him.

3.) They Go Continue to Go 2-14

This is a pretty obvious one. This would have been a lot cooler if they were 1-15 or 0-16. 2-14 is kinda dumb. Either way, I hope they never win again.

2.) Andrew Luck Turns Into Ryan Leaf

This is the part that pisses me off the most. Jim Irsay thinks he can act like a d-bag because he’s got Andrew Luck coming in. Hey Buddy – nothing’s for sure in the NFL. Go ahead and put your hopes in a rookie. I hope it bites you in the ass. Sorry to Andrew Luck for getting thrown into this.

1.) Manning Joins Another Team and They Win It

I was tempted to say Manning joins the Jets and they win it all. Then I remembered I’d probably kill myself if Rex Ryan won a Super Bowl. How about a different team? This would be awesome.

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