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Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts and Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos have both had their share of the limelight this season, but for different reasons. Injury, speculation and reorganization have led to many wondering what will happen to future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. While, Tebow created “Tebow-Mania” and in John Elway’s mind, Tim Tebow might not be the long-term starter he is stuck because after-all; it was Tebow that helped the Broncos revive a season and even get an unexpected win in the playoffs. Elway has been hesitant on stating Tebow will be the starter for the 2012 season, but with all signs pointing to Peyton Manning being available, does it give John Elway the out he is searching for? He’s stuck and not many would want to be in his position. John Elway knows talent and knows what it takes to succeed as a quarterback. Tebow has the competitive nature, is hard-working and even owns the star quality. What he is missing is the general ability to play quarterback. The fans spoke and they wanted Tim Tebow. Elway gave them what they wanted and at the same time it was exactly what he wanted for [...]
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The Indianapolis Colts are in a power position when it comes to the future of their franchise and the short-term future for others. Their big decision on Peyton Manning could affect a lot of teams through free agency and the draft.
Lucas Oil Stadium has been called "The House that Peyton Built." It has been suggested by many that, were it not for the success of the Peyton Manning-led Colts, the franchise would have been relocated to Los Angeles years ago. Peyton Manning is universally accepted as one of the best players in NFL history, and is - without a doubt - the greatest player in the Indianapolis...
Whether he plays another down in the NFL or not, Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts is without a doubt a first ballot Hall of Famer. His impressive 399 touchdowns, 54,828 passing yards, four league MVP’s and 94.9 career passer rating makes him a shoe in. Given those stats it would be absurd to come out and say that the younger of the Manning brothers, Eli, is better...
While looking at QB playoff performance Football Outsiders notes that both Tom Brady and Eli Manning are among the top 3 in DYAR. To gain some perspective they compared them to the top DYAR QBs since 1995. Who is at the top of the list? You might recognize him.
(Hopefully this puts to rest the notion that Eli's older brother had a habit of choking in the playoffs. Peyton Manning...
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Peyton Manning generated a stir Tuesday when he painted a stark picture of a Colts franchise in transition, but former team executive Bill Polian called the star quarterback "the ultimate team player."
Jim Irsay expects Peyton Manning to keep his complaints to himself. Or at least within the confines of the Colts' team complex.
It's still pretty good to be Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow these days and recently, he got a chance that many country music fans might kill for.
Tim was in attendance for a Brad Paisley concert over the weekend at Denver's Pepsi Center and was invited on stage to sing with Brad:
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Mike Florio talks to Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star about his recent interview with Peyton Manning, the quaterback’s future with the Colts, and the coaching search in Indianapolis. Mike talks to Ravens running back Ray Rice about the team’s loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship game, his future with the team, and…