Up for Debate: Peyton Manning out of Indy

Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 12:38am

Now that it's official in Indianapolis, what do you think is the next move for Peyton Manning? Where would you like to see him play? Where do you think he'll play? 

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73 Comments on this post:

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 12:44

Any post that starts out I haven't looked into this yet... should be discounted as the ramblings of an idiot.

By: brrrrk on 3/8/12 at 12:50

gdiafante said

"Any post that starts out I haven't looked into this yet... should be discounted as the ramblings of an idiot."

Yep, sounds like how the beginning of every truck driver story I've ever heard begins.... "this ain't no shit..... one night I was drivin' down 65 and....."

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 12:56

Gov, MS State held the lead in the fourth quarter and then gave up two quick TD's. One was off a bonehead fumble by Maclin. I'd say they gave the game away.

Remember, TN was a large favorite in that game yet had to come from behind three times. (State held the lead in the 1st, 3rd and 4th quarter).

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 12:57

s/h/b 2nd quarter, not 3rd.

By: brrrrk on 3/8/12 at 12:58

This took me about 10 seconds... Hell it took me longer to write this than it did to look it up.

It's called Google yogi....... use it.

Q: Does George Soros own the company buying many firms that make guns and ammunition?
A: No. Contrary to a fanciful claim made in a viral email, the Freedom Group is not linked to the liberal billionaire. The National Rifle Association says the real owners are “strong supporters” of gun rights.

http://www.factcheck.org/2011/10/george-soros-gun-grab/

By: yogiman on 3/8/12 at 1:01

Y'all laugh like hell, children. Have fun while you can. I'll either be laughing like hell in November; or crying like a baby if Barry pulls it off again.

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 1:02

Brrrrk, all of his assertions can be debunked with a quick internet search.

My guess is that in about two hours he'll respond that you didn't post anything to convince him otherwise and ask another dumb question. That's his MO.

By: yogiman on 3/8/12 at 1:09

brrrrk,

Why should Limbaugh be criticized for calling that young woman what she identified herself to be?

I understand her resenting it in a way because she doesn't want to admit it publicly... even though she said it in public, just like y'all don't want to be called damn fools even though you're proving it every day by accepting someone as your president whom you don't even know.

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 1:10

Why should Limbaugh be criticized for calling that young woman what she identified herself to be?

I was under the impression that it was impossible to be this stupid. I stand corrected.

By: bfra on 3/8/12 at 1:19

It is hard to believe, this thing (yogi) has lived 80+ years, without some logic or sense.

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 1:21

Bfra, living proof that sh!t happens.

By: yogiman on 3/8/12 at 1:21

gdiafante,

I'm sorry I'm not as smart as you and your fellow posters seem to think you are. I only know what I see or read until a "look into" effort is made. I wish I knew how to decide whether the one writing on an issue was right or wrong when I'm not "up on the subject". Wow! How do you do that?

I accept people for their word until I know they're wrong.

The biggest difference between you an me is I readily admit I was wrong when proven to be.

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 1:24

The biggest difference between you an me is I readily admit I was wrong when proven to be.

Bwahahahahahaha...

By: brrrrk on 3/8/12 at 1:41

yogiman said

"Why should Limbaugh be criticized for calling that young woman what she identified herself to be?"

yogi just hit 11 on the stupid scale of 1 to 10..... All hail the King of Fools!!

By: bfra on 3/8/12 at 1:44

yogi - The biggest difference between you an me is I readily admit I was wrong when proven to be.
=============================================
Yogi must have been hitting the bottle, really hard, when he made that comment.

Yogi - Do yourself a favor & Google - Breitbar's Obama video. It's a DUD, right there in black & white for your to read. Goes on to add "scandal fizzles".

By: brrrrk on 3/8/12 at 1:45

yogiman said

"The biggest difference between you an me is I readily admit I was wrong when proven to be."

One word............ Horseshit!

By: Loner on 3/8/12 at 2:36

Good afternoon, Nashville!

I pulled an all-nighter, then slept in....the topic of the day is Peyton Manning and his future in the NFL

IMO, Peyton should retire....of course, peer pressure, from his brother and his dad, combined with a highly competitive sibling rivalry, will factor into the decision.

If Peyton is to take a mediocre team and turn them into the NFL's Cinderfella team, that may take more than one season...how many more sacks can Peyton's neck tolerate before he becomes a quadriplegic?

I'd say that the odds of pulling off a rags-to-riches stunt, with a team like the Buffalo Bills, for example, would require 3 or 4 seasons of building; just when the team was maximizing their individual skill-sets, the 40+ QB would be on his last legs, so to speak.

Peyton, take the money and run....go on a log world tour....see what's out there, beyond football.

By: BenDover on 3/8/12 at 2:52

brrrrk... "these go to 11"...

http://tinyurl.com/7xzm7k8

By: gdiafante on 3/8/12 at 3:33

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/business/2012/03/u-s-govt-sells-6b-in-aig-shares/

But...but...but...I thought that Obama's plan all along was government control!!!

By: brrrrk on 3/8/12 at 3:33

BenDover said

"brrrrk... "these go to 11"..."

Indeed they do.... LOL.

By: Loner on 3/8/12 at 3:48

S/H/B "long world tour" in the last line of my 2:36 post....I had my 4:20...I'm OK now.

By: Loner on 3/8/12 at 4:20

And a happy 4:20 to you folks in Nashville, TN....I celebrate with you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOcr0uc73-o

By: Mike Burch on 3/8/12 at 7:21

If Peyton makes a full recovery and comes back at the top of the game, the all-time records are within his sights. If he doesn't come back in top form, I wouldn't be surprised to see him retire. But if anyone has the will and work ethic to succeed, it's probably Peyton Manning. Having the opportunity to leave as the greatest QB in NFL history may have something to do with his decision.