Originally written on Pro Football Zone  |  Last updated 10/23/14
Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star made an appearance on the Tony Kornheiser Show on ESPN 980 on Tuesday and indicated that Colts quarterback Peyton Manning is not throwing like an “NFL quarterback” right now. “I know some of the people that have seen him throw,” said Kravitz. “They say he’s not throwing like an NFL quarterback yet. That doesn’t mean he never will. This thing is going to take down. Structurally, he’s sound. Structurally, he can take a hit.” When referring to how Peyton’s been throwing the ball, Kravitz used the phrase “noodle arm.” This is exactly why I think there’s still a chance that Peyton may end up retiring. If he can’t throw a football well enough to be effective in the NFL, he won’t be able to help an NFL team. Thanks to ProFootballTalk.com for the quotes.
6 Comments:
  • I do hope that Peyton will retire IF he finds that he cannot throw the football like he did prior to his surgery. He has been my favorite QB for a long time and I would hate to see him come back and have to quit or get traded or fired. He is just too good to go to any other team.
  • i'm sick of hearing about this overrated bum! 2 super bowls 1 win 1 loss this doesn't make you great! as for all his other records it's just like being a 1000 yard rusher if all the yards come in the middle of the field & not scoring what good are they! all those records & 1 championship he's overrated!
  • He might be overrated, but so are all the rest. He is above all, a gentleman and doesn't deserve your remarks.
  • Overrated????? Please, here is a QB that has carried a team entirely......something ONLY your boy Tom Brady has recently had to deal with. Having to OUTSCORE every team every week. Clearly you do not like him, your prerogative...took a NOTHING team to 11 years of playoffs and yes the 2 Super Bowl appearances....OVERRATED...NOT!
  • I agree, if Peyton's arm isn't strong enough to be productive for an NFL team then he should bow out with dignity. Can yoy imagine him holding on to a team like the Browns in that city in December when they're usually out of it & hom not being productive. I would hate to see that sceneario.
  • In these last 10 years, Peyton is far from overrated. He's only overrated if there's better, and the pickins are slim. But he should definitely be training a rookie if he cant start. I dont think they should let him go just yet. They wouldnt want him training a rookie on another team, not after Indy's season without him being a DISASTER.
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