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Where will Peyton Manning Play next year

Where will Peyton Manning Play next year

Where will Peyton Manning go in 2012? If I had to bet, it would be the Seattle Seahawks. They have a ton of cap room and almost nothing committed to Quarterbacks. Very soft schedule with their two hardest 2012 non-divisional games (Packers, Pats, Jets) at home in Seattle where home-field advantage is huge.
  • Amir
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If the colts don't want him, then he either retires or plays for a contender. i doubt he goes to a team that is not ready to compete for a SB immediately. So of those options, the only one is the Jets.
He's done stick a fork in him.
Originally posted by Amir:
If the colts don't want him, then he either retires or plays for a contender. i doubt he goes to a team that is not ready to compete for a SB immediately. So of those options, the only one is the Jets.

Outside of the QB position, Seattle is pretty good. They also have a super duper soft schedule in 2012 that should get them at least a wild card and I expect them to give us a run for our money in 2012 as a result. All of the difficult oppoents they're scheduled to play are at home and all the easy teams are on the road.
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My gut says.... he gets released. Then he signs with the Texans. Which makes Texans instantly a favorite in the AFC. He'd get to compete for Superbowl and also get to play Indy twice a year.

Schaub has only been healthy 2 out of 5 years with the Texans. He gets released and signs with Bucs.

Josh Freeman to Jax or ST. Loius as backup.
Originally posted by krizay:
My gut says.... he gets released. Then he signs with the Texans. Which makes Texans instantly a favorite in the AFC. He'd get to compete for Superbowl and also get to play Indy twice a year.

Schaub has only been healthy 2 out of 5 years with the Texans. He gets released and signs with Bucs.

Josh Freeman to Jax or ST. Loius as backup.

Wow - never thought of any of that but see it other than the Freeman thing.
Originally posted by susweel:
He's done stick a fork in him.

this.
  • vaden
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I think he'll retire, but would love to see him go to Miami and take over that division, prevent Brady & Belichick from any further SBs and keep Rex out of the playoffs. I think he'd avoid the NFC at all costs, not wanting to compete with his brother.
Cardinals are stupid enough to do it.
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He'll retire if he ever wants to toss the ball around with his kids. Neck injuries are serious I think if he injures it again he could end up paralyzed or something like that.
Originally posted by krizay:
My gut says.... he gets released. Then he signs with the Texans. Which makes Texans instantly a favorite in the AFC. He'd get to compete for Superbowl and also get to play Indy twice a year.

Schaub has only been healthy 2 out of 5 years with the Texans. He gets released and signs with Bucs.

Josh Freeman to Jax or ST. Loius as backup.

Talk about a pipe dream scenario.
Originally posted by fanmusclecars:
Originally posted by krizay:
My gut says.... he gets released. Then he signs with the Texans. Which makes Texans instantly a favorite in the AFC. He'd get to compete for Superbowl and also get to play Indy twice a year.

Schaub has only been healthy 2 out of 5 years with the Texans. He gets released and signs with Bucs.

Josh Freeman to Jax or ST. Loius as backup.

Talk about a pipe dream scenario.

I think the Houston thing might come into fruition because he would face the colts twice a year and HOU>IND as is....so why not
Originally posted by mike:
He'll retire if he ever wants to toss the ball around with his kids. Neck injuries are serious I think if he injures it again he could end up paralyzed or something like that.

Same, I think he'll retire and/or quit soon enough.
he still wants one more ring so i think he will go somewhere with a fantastic O-line, a power running game, and just an overall good team.

49ers fit that description but its a very farfetched idea

Trust me he will be back for one more run
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Originally posted by JustinNiner:
he still wants one more ring so i think he will go somewhere with a fantastic O-line, a power running game, and just an overall good team.

49ers fit that description but its a very farfetched idea

Trust me he will be back for one more run
We have a fantastic o-line? Alex got sacked 44 times, Peyton rarely gets sacked much more than 20. I can't name many teams with a great o-line/overall team that don't already have a pretty decent quarterback. Other than the colts.
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