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IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

    I am imagining Manning staying in a fancy NYC hotel while he shops more perm housing: "Well if that ain't the darndest commode ya' eva' did see.  Wait, there's the commode.  Then this thing must be for washing my private particulahs'.  Ain't that sumpt-in! Noooooooo Yawk City!  What ah' place!"
     
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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

    SF or Philadelphia make the most sense for Manning IMO.

    Of course, Philly has that Vick contract to consider and would have to do some serious Salary Cap Lambada to squeeze Manning in.

    But if you combine Manning with SF's defense or the weapons that Philly has, and you're talking about a very, very tough team to beat.

    I don't think he'd go to the Jets, because that would require: 1--Ryan admitting he was wrong about Sanchez; and 2--Peyton willing to upstage brother Eli in NYC (though that's probably a minor factor); and 3--the Jets also performing some serious Cap Lambada in order to squeeze Manning in.

    Besides, are we really sure the Colts are dumping him? If he's able to play next year, why not put him in there for another couple of seasons and have Luck learn under the wing of one of the greatest QBs ever?

    Sounds like a win-win for Indy to me.
     
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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

    this has got to be the stupidest headline of all time. just reading it makes me throw up in the back of my mouth.
     
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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

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    If peyton manning can play and is cut, (he won't be traded unless his deal is reworked as a part of the move), he won't go to the Jets (my opinion).  The manning family is VERY tight and I don't see Peyton, accepting a job in the same market in which his brother plays where the media can play the two off each other to the public's delight and the family's consternation.    For that same reason, I could not see Peyton going to an NFC East team either. 
    Posted by UD6


    I guess the people at SONY were surprised to see Eli in the Samsung commercials.  Mannings care about money #1, then (maybe) winning
     
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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

    Guess who had the first pick in the draft the year Peyton decided to stay for his final year at Tenn? That's right, the Jets!!. Imagine Peyton being a Jet all these Years. How different things would have been.

     
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    Re: IMPACT OF A HEALTHY TICKED-OFF PEYTON SIGNING WITH THE JETS NEXT SEASON AFTER HE'S INEVITABLY WAIVED?

    Minnesota. Dome team, top-notch running game, mediocre defense. Sounds like the Colts in the early 2000's to me
     
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