Originally posted on Gridiron Grit  |  Last updated 3/17/12
Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos came away with the AFC West division crown in remarkable fashion last season. However, if Denver lands Peyton Manning during this 2012 NFL Free Agency frenzy, and the move makes the Broncos a tougher team (as expected), Philip Rivers says he would like to see it happen. The San Diego Chargers star signal-caller told San Diego’s XX 1090 radio, via the Denver Post (PFT reports) that he hopes to see the deal get done because he would covet the challenge of facing Manning twice each season. “It would make it that much tougher to win the West,” Rivers said. “All the sudden, at least from a media’s perspective, it would become a division that’s not lost in the shuffle like it’s been in years past. I kind of hope that that’s the case just because it’s always fun to play a Peyton Manning-led football team.” “To play him twice a year that would be a battle like crazy to win the division,” Rivers added. I hope it happens. One thing you know about him, he
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