Peyton Manning trade rumors are already heating up as the Indianapolis Colts continue on their ‘Suck for Luck’ campaign. The Colts are well on their way to losing all 16 games this season and securing the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. That would enable them to take the most NFL-ready college quarterback to come out of the draft in many years, Stanford Cardinal signal caller Andrew Luck.
That would also put them in the position to trade Manning to another team next offseason, provided he makes a full recovery from a handful of neck surgeries over the past year and a half. The Colts can send Manning to another team and make Luck their future franchise quarterback and play him immediately.
Just one question.
Are you serious?
Manning isn’t going anywhere! That would be insane. The Colts would have to be bat-crap-crazy to trade Manning, especially before seeing Luck play one down in the NFL. Yes, he is 35-years-old, and yes he is coming off of a few scary surgeries, but ...