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You have an opinion. I know you do. I have an opinion on this but ESPN Stats and Info only knows numbers. The numbers suggest Peyton Manning may not be the best bet for the Colts:
Manning will turn 36 in March, but his window for success is still open. Three starting quarterbacks have won Super Bowls at 36 or older, Jim Plunkett, Johnny Unitas and John Elway. But things get...
Much of the Redskins-Peyton Manning chatter that I’ve so dutifully been chronicling has concerned this question: Would the Redskins be interested in Peyton Manning. A great many reporters and pundits and random cockroaches to which I’ve attached microphones have agreed: yes, they would.
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Peyton Manning worked out Wednesday at Duke University, according to a tweet from a Blue Devils player. "Got to stretch next to Peyton Manning today and say hello," center Matt Skura tweeted.
Former Colts executive Bill Polian paints a much different picture of Peyton Manning's recovery process, saying the quarterback showed marked improvement while throwing in December.
Tom Brady has become Peyton Manning (great record, regular-season stats, but can't win the big one), while ironically Eli Manning has become the old Tom Brady (clutch, big-game QB, more modest stats).
While Peyton Manning's record of seven straight 12-win seasons from 2003-2009 is unlikely to be matched, and also bracketed by 10-win seasons, putting that streak at nine...