While the conversation regarding the Colts’ future at the quarterback position has mostly been an either/or proposition — that is either the Colts stick by a presumably healthy Peyton Manning next season or they find their quarterback of the future in the draft — one voice has insisted that Colts owner Jim Irsay is committed to having the best of both worlds next season.
The Peyton Manning-less Colts’ 0-12 record and their anticipated use of a first-round draft pick on a quarterback has brought us to this: How difficult would it be for the team to trade the four-time NFL MVP?
The cameras on Sunday night showed Colts QB Peyton Manning up in the coaches’ booth during the team’s loss to the Steelers , and that’s a sight fans in Indianapolis should get used to for the rest of the year. Or is it?
Colts QB Peyton Manning went to Europe for a type of stem cell therapy before his most recent surgery, Fox Sports insider and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer reported Sunday.
NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2011” has provided a quality source of material for offseason arguments. And as the countdown continues — Nos. 11-20 will be unveiled Sunday at 8 p.m. ET — network producers strong-armed analyst Brian Baldinger and insider Jason La Canfora to come up with their own top-10 lists Friday.
Congratulations, Manning brothers: You finally did something that I actually want to see. This spoof of police dramas comes directly from DirecTV and looks like the NFL version of the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” video.
Colts center Jeff Saturday was asked on “Total Access” on Monday, do the antics of QB Peyton Manning ever get old?
Posted: Thursday, March 24th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Peyton Manning, Joe Flacco, Eli Manning, Jay Cutler, Brad Johnson, Tony Romo, Joe Montana, Matthew Stafford, Mark Sanchez, Trent Dilfer, Johnny Unitas, Mark Rypien
Quarterbacks are continually on the hot seat. Which is about as an obvious statement as saying that the Duke basketball team is rather polarizing. But which quarterbacks are on the hottest seats? How about Peyton Manning?
Pointing out Lucas Oil Stadium’s retractable roof, a security man said it’s rarely opened for games. “The ‘Manning Rule,'” he said. “We don’t open that thing unless it’s the perfect conditions for Peyton.”
Peyton Manning is at the top of many lists, and the latest top-billing should really come as no surprise.
A hoard of fans showed up to the AFC’s first practice Wednesday and got the autographs they wanted.
Peyton Manning‘s canny slide should have served as a subtle reminder to never to count out No. 18.
It’s been interesting to watch just how much things have changed for the Colts over the course of the season, because we’ve witnessed a progression in how the greatness of Peyton Manning can overshadow other issues on his team.