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Posted: 2/6/2012 3:32:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by hellbell2u:

@ Teaser78:
 
I agree on AZ based on the investment they made with Kolb last year. I hear Fitz is pushing hard for him but what impact will that have with managment? Probably not much.

I Love SF based on their hard hitting defense and a couple of good receivers. I think he could put them over the top, but will they pull the trigger? Doubtful IMO, but I think it would be a very good move for both.

Miami: I hear he has a condo there but that doesn't mean a lot IMO. I still think they have a good a shot as anyone of getting him.

I also think Denver has a shot. Ownership has to know Tebow is not leading them to the promised land. I understand his popularity now but if he goes 6-10 / 7-9 they will turn on him in a heart beat.

 

I agree on last two ... I dont see him playing for a team that will have a chance of knocking his brother out during a playoff run and not in a superbowl ... Thats one of the main reasons why Archie didnt let him play for San Diego ...

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Posted: 2/6/2012 6:02:46 PM
I don't think he'll wanna go  to Miami.  He probably knows he's gonna be rusty and risk going down 0-2 to Brady?  He wouldn't wanna give his rival an ounce of advantage of beating him while he learns a new system, receivers, stadium etc.  Just my opinion that he wouldnt wanna give brady that kinda advantage.  Im thinking he would wanna go to a dome team to help his kind of style of offense he likes and in a division without an elite QB to increase his chances of winning and making it back to the Super Bowl. (Since Rodgers, Brees, Brady has their divisions owned)  and since he already is starting to hear rumors of Eli is better than him he wouldnt wanna go to the NFC east as well, for the same reasons as Tom Brady.  You know this is eating up at peyton and he wouldnt wanna go 0-2 and add fuel to that fire.  But to me Seattle would be a great fit for him. They play in a dome, have skill at the offensive positions, WR-Rice, TE-Zach Miller, RB- beast mode.  Their defense is pretty good they have a great home field advantage in the 12th man.  He has a chance to get back in his groove and win right away.  San Fran is tough, Seattle played them tough, insert Peyton Manning and that might put them over the top.
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Posted: 2/6/2012 6:07:16 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dankenkit:

I don't think he'll wanna go  to Miami.  He probably knows he's gonna be rusty and risk going down 0-2 to Brady?  He wouldn't wanna give his rival an ounce of advantage of beating him while he learns a new system, receivers, stadium etc.  Just my opinion that he wouldnt wanna give brady that kinda advantage.  Im thinking he would wanna go to a dome team to help his kind of style of offense he likes and in a division without an elite QB to increase his chances of winning and making it back to the Super Bowl. (Since Rodgers, Brees, Brady has their divisions owned)  and since he already is starting to hear rumors of Eli is better than him he wouldnt wanna go to the NFC east as well, for the same reasons as Tom Brady.  You know this is eating up at peyton and he wouldnt wanna go 0-2 and add fuel to that fire.  But to me Seattle would be a great fit for him. They play in a dome, have skill at the offensive positions, WR-Rice, TE-Zach Miller, RB- beast mode.  Their defense is pretty good they have a great home field advantage in the 12th man.  He has a chance to get back in his groove and win right away.  San Fran is tough, Seattle played them tough, insert Peyton Manning and that might put them over the top.

This is the dumbest thing I've read on covers in awhile.

You don't know Peytons mindset, he may want to play Tom Brady every chance he can, especially if he has a shot to win.

You are beyond crazy if you think Seattle has more offensive weapons than Miami. smh
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Posted: 2/6/2012 6:23:41 PM
I doubt that. Dolphins don't have the players Payton needs.
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Posted: 2/6/2012 6:33:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by earthWake:


This is the dumbest thing I've read on covers in awhile.

You don't know Peytons mindset, he may want to play Tom Brady every chance he can, especially if he has a shot to win.

You are beyond crazy if you think Seattle has more offensive weapons than Miami. smh

Oh, im dumb?  You think Peytons just gonna step on the field and be the old Peyton Manning after not playing in a year?  It may take him a while.  He has to adjust to new receiver's and learn a new offense.  get his audibles in sync with receivers. Learn lineman, running backs protections.  you think he's not gonna struggle a little bit?  i think that is the dumbest thing i heard because he SHOULD anticipate struggling and some rust.  So there is a real chance of going down 0-2 to Brady his biggest rival.  Im not saying Seattle has better weapons, im saying they have good weapons.  They play in a division where he can get his rhytym back under his own timetable.

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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:05:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dankenkit:

Oh, im dumb?  You think Peytons just gonna step on the field and be the old Peyton Manning after not playing in a year?  It may take him a while.  He has to adjust to new receiver's and learn a new offense.  get his audibles in sync with receivers. Learn lineman, running backs protections.  you think he's not gonna struggle a little bit?  i think that is the dumbest thing i heard because he SHOULD anticipate struggling and some rust.  So there is a real chance of going down 0-2 to Brady his biggest rival.  Im not saying Seattle has better weapons, im saying they have good weapons.  They play in a division where he can get his rhytym back under his own timetable.


I didn't say you were dumb, I said what you wrote was dumb.

Any true competitor (which Manning is) wants to play his rival every day of the week. Dolphins almost beat that Pats twice this year with Moore and Henne, one would think Manning could win atleast one game, and would take a lot of pleasure winning the division over Brady.

With that being said, I would rather have Matt Flynn for the next 10 years than Manning for the next 3. He is one severe hit from his career being over.

Also, LMAO at the guy who said Fins don't have the players Manning needs.

They have one of the top receivers in the league, an athletic back who ran for over 1000 yards in less than 14 starts, the highest paid slot receiver in the league, a reliable tight end and one of the best O-lines in football when healthy.

Yeah...who wouldn't want all that 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:14:24 PM
Also, take a look at how easy the Dolphins schedule is next year. its laughable.

Pats (2)..Jets (2)..Bills (2)

Jags, Titans, Rams, Seattle, Oakland (home games)

Cardinals, Bengals, Colts, Texans, 49ers. (road games)
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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:27:47 PM
Dolphins have alot of talent. They should have  beaten the patriots in foxboro, should have beaten the cowboys in dallas also. This teams alot better than you think and is just a step up in qb away from greatness. I like them and the redskins next year for futures, both these teams are just a decent qb away from greatness. 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:46:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pucku27:

PLEASEZZZZZZZZZ  


Matt Flynn will be in Miami next year.
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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:47:45 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by degengambler34:

Dolphins have alot of talent. They should have  beaten the patriots in foxboro, should have beaten the cowboys in dallas also. This teams alot better than you think and is just a step up in qb away from greatness. I like them and the redskins next year for futures, both these teams are just a decent qb away from greatness. 

Don't forget blowing a 15-0 lead with less than 4 minutes left against Tebow..and blowing 10 pt 2nd half lead to the Giants
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Posted: 2/6/2012 7:49:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by K4ngur13:

I doubt that. Dolphins don't have the players Payton needs.

This is completely false. Dolphins have more talent on both sides of the ball then Indianapolis has had the last 3 years. Marshall is a top 5 receiver. Bess and Hartline are underrated. Bush is better than any running back on that team and is as good of a receiving threat as any rb in the league. Look at what Peyton did for Clark's career. Now imagine what Fasano will look like with a great qb. If the Dolphins get another legitimate pass rusher there is no doubt they will have a top 6 defense. The Colts have never had a greatly talented offense. He's just that good that people seem to think otherwise. 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 8:11:08 PM
God I hope he comes to Miami and is healthy. We got the inside scoop on Flynn and Tannehill so I would trust the coach's judegement on those guys. IMO Luck and Weeden are the only first round talent qb's in the draft. No chance Luck falls past the first pick and I don't care who takes Griffin, as long as he doesnt bring his overrated talent to South Beach. 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 9:07:17 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by jwarner1313:

Pucku27,

Please take Romo.  You'll win a good amount of games, probably beat the Jets and Pats once a year, but never win anything meaningful.   I've seen this guy choke in so many big spots that I know Dallas will never win a Super Bowl with him.    I dont hate the guy. It;s just that he's pretty stupid IQ wise, has troubling controlling the clock, and makes Favre like decisions in big spots.     I think a big part of the problem is Jason Garrett, a horrible coach and a mediocre coordinator.    Since Tony Sparano left, Jason Garrett's weaknesses as a play caller have really been on display.    Still, I am realistic in that Dallas can not compete with
the Giants, SF, GB, and NO  with Romo as QB.  Id rather rebuild at this point + the team has a lot of defensive needs.

No, please keep person, I mean Romo on Dallas...I love watching him choke every time he plays the Gmen 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 10:00:03 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by hellbell2u:

My take on the Peyton sweepstakes. I'm playing it this way. It's a long shot for sure but I have placed futures bets on the SB winner next year based on where I think he may end up.

I placed 4 small bets on the following teams. Denver, Miami, Arizona, & San Fran. For $25 each I have a shot at + $1000 win next Feb.

Like I said, it's a long shot, but a very inexpensive gamble for the 2012 NFL season. I think he will come back with a vengeance, a chip on his shoulder, and comeback player of the year. Time will tell I'm full of it. It's a gamble I'll gladly take.

I Like your style...roll the dice man.!!!
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Posted: 2/6/2012 10:08:19 PM
I would have bet $25 on Redskins instead of Broncos.

Manning isnt going to Denver 
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Posted: 2/6/2012 10:26:18 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by JerryWrasse:

God I hope he comes to Miami and is healthy. We got the inside scoop on Flynn and Tannehill so I would trust the coach's judegement on those guys. IMO Luck and Weeden are the only first round talent qb's in the draft. No chance Luck falls past the first pick and I don't care who takes Griffin, as long as he doesnt bring his overrated talent to South Beach. 
 Well, you have a lot of overrated talent on South Beach and it is not all on the football field.  Why don't you get a shave and call MICHAEL STRAHAN'S dentist for that GAP.?  BETTER YET, call Dan Marino for NO_BRAINER advise,  he scored a 10 on the WONDERLICK,nfl combine I.Q. test, he could give you some good advise.  I will be on ALLIGATOR ALLEY and in JOE NAMATH'S  stomping grounds during spring break, and i can GUARAN-FREAKING -TEE IT.
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 Well, you have a lot of overrated talent on South Beach and it is not all on the football field.  Why don't you get a shave and call MICHAEL STRAHAN'S dentist for that GAP.?  BETTER YET, call Dan Marino for NO_BRAINER advise,  he scored a 10 on the WONDERLICK,nfl combine I.Q. test, he could give you some good advise.  I will be on ALLIGATOR ALLEY and in JOE NAMATH'S  stomping grounds during spring break, and i can GUARAN-FREAKING -TEE IT.

Cool story bro, let me know when you write the English version
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Posted: 2/11/2012 4:55:06 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by earthWake:


This is the dumbest thing I've read on covers in awhile.

You don't know Peytons mindset, he may want to play Tom Brady every chance he can, especially if he has a shot to win.

You are beyond crazy if you think Seattle has more offensive weapons than Miami. smh

710 ESPN Seattle @710ESPNSeattle .@ClaytonESPN says the favorites to land QB Peyton Manning right now are Washington and Seattle. mynw.me/jP4Mub (@KCalabroShow)

I guess its possible.

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Posted: 2/11/2012 2:19:42 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by thawv:


Matt Flynn will be in Miami next year.
This, and he'll be the QB in Miami for 10+ years.
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Posted: 2/11/2012 3:34:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by dankenkit:

710 ESPN Seattle @710ESPNSeattle .@ClaytonESPN says the favorites to land QB Peyton Manning right now are Washington and Seattle. mynw.me/jP4Mub (@KCalabroShow)

I guess its possible.


I never said Manning wouldn't end up in Seattle, simply trying to point out the flaw in the post where I thought he said 'Seattle has more weapons than Miami.'

As for the Dolphins, I really think Flynn over Manning would be the right thing for the future. Ever since Marino retired ('99) the Dolphins have been looking for the quick fix. (see signing Culepepper over Brees) If Manning were to start for the Dolphins in 2012, they could win 13 games. Depending on which Manning shows up. He might never be the same, but if anyone can come back from injury to be great, wouldn't you think it would be Peyton Manning?

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Posted: 2/11/2012 4:10:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by earthWake:

Also, take a look at how easy the Dolphins schedule is next year. its laughable.

Pats (2)..Jets (2)..Bills (2)

Jags, Titans, Rams, Seattle, Oakland (home games)

Cardinals, Bengals, Colts, Texans, 49ers. (road games)

 I'm sure everyone of those teams is very happy to see the Dolphins on their schedule.

 I don't have anything against Manning at all..........but I hope he ends up somewhere besides Seattle. The Seahawks have rebuilt nicely & I'd rather see a younger guy like Flynn come in for 4-5 years than deal with a year to year situation as is most likely with manning.
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Posted: 2/11/2012 6:44:23 PM

earthwake.  Its all good.  I just got a little bitter when you said my post was dumb.  But ill just say, lets hope manning plays somewhere next year.

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Posted: 2/12/2012 3:05:40 AM
I had the neck fusion, its a very difficult surgery, his right arm and right chest went into atrophy, although this can be remedied with lots of exercise and treatment it takes years to get back to full use, he will never be the same and may never play again.
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Posted: 2/12/2012 4:34:01 PM
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Originally Posted by jwarner1313:

Pucku27,

Please take Romo.  You'll win a good amount of games, probably beat the Jets and Pats once a year, but never win anything meaningful.   I've seen this guy choke in so many big spots that I know Dallas will never win a Super Bowl with him.    I dont hate the guy. It;s just that he's pretty stupid IQ wise, has troubling controlling the clock, and makes Favre like decisions in big spots.     I think a big part of the problem is Jason Garrett, a horrible coach and a mediocre coordinator.    Since Tony Sparano left, Jason Garrett's weaknesses as a play caller have really been on display.    Still, I am realistic in that Dallas can not compete with
the Giants, SF, GB, and NO  with Romo as QB.  Id rather rebuild at this point + the team has a lot of defensive needs.

 

You know what they said about Eli, right?

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Posted: 2/12/2012 4:49:57 PM
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