By Matt Swartz
The debate about how much the Cardinals would improve via the hypothetical signing of Peyton Manning will take place in every office (probably including Rod Graves' corner suite) from now until the day Manning's future team is decided. That NFL-altering moment should come shortly after the beginning of the free-agency period on March 13, which means we've got roughly a month to hypothesize about how much the Cards would benefit from the services of an eventual Hall of Fame quarterback nearing the end of his career (yes, they've been down this road before).
For the purposes of this exercise, we're ignoring the obvious physical uncertainty surrounding Manning and his rehabilitation from neck surgery. There was some controversy Wednesday surrounding a radio appearance by Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz, who has watched Manning work out and proclaimed the following:
"The guys arm is a noodle -- he cant throw like an NFL quarterback. And by March 8, theres no wa...