Found December 28, 2011 on The Colts Authority:
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports lives in Jacksonville so he's got a pretty good pulse on the local crowd.  This week he's witnessing something that local talk radio shows are covering: They are now Indianapolis Colts fans. Yes, the team with the quarterback they hate. The team that has owned their division since they moved to it, the team that has been a counter-clash of cultures to what the Jaguars have been, a pass-first team built around a franchise passer compared to a big, physical run-first team. The fans want the Colts to beat the Jaguars. Forget that it's Wayne Weaver's last game as owner. That's the past. This is about the future. They don't want the Colts to get another franchise passer after all the torment they've endured by the right arm of Peyton Manning. They don't want them to get Andrew Luck.

Ryan: Jets won't pursue Manning

Rex likes to talk.  Today he claims Sanchez is his guy and even though he loves Peyton Manning nearly as much as his wife's feet, the Jets won't inquire about him in the offseason: "Peyton Manning.... I’ve said from Day One that I think he’s the best quarterback in the National Football League," Ryan added. "I even put him over Tom Brady.  So, of course...

Worth more: Manning or the #1 pick?

Jason LaCanfora has been speaking with several team executives about the hypothetical value Peyton Manning would have on the market: But let's start with Manning. The most any decision maker thought he was worth was a first- and a second-round pick. "I could see you making the case that he's worth what the Raiders gave up for Carson Palmer," one GM said, while...

Jags Ushering out the Weaver Era on Sunday

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Clayton: NFC strength due to Manning

John Clayton of ESPN notes that the NFC took advantage of a weaker AFC this year due in part to Manning's absence: There is no need for the NFC to get cocky about this year's success because it could be fleeting. Peyton Manning's neck injury helped change the balance. Because Manning's no-huddle offense is a matchup nightmare for NFC teams that see Indianapolis...

Phil B sounds off

Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star has a tough job without question.  From his criticism of both Polian and Caldwell to fan reactions to his work, it's not been a pleasant year as he clearly points out in his blog today. On Polian: The man didn’t answer one question from the local media this season until I caused a fuss last week. Yet on a weekly basis he didn...

Buzz: Peyton Manning is NOT the answer for the Jets

That this headline was even necessary is truly disappointing. Gary Myers is trolling Jets fans with a Peyton Manning-to-the-Jets argument, like bloggers masquerading as NFL scouts do in the offseason, and we’re taking the bait. Peyton Manning to the Jets is an awful idea, and no convoluted logic can convince otherwise. It’s an asinine suggestion bred from the same womb of insanity...

Peyton can cure Jets' & Sanchez ills

I t would be the Jets’ version of the Dream Team in 2012: Peyton Manning starting at quarterback for their win-now team and Mark Sanchez backing him up, absorbing every little piece of information he could from Eli’s big brother.

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