This entry was posted on March 8, 2012 by MatthewToddErich. It was filed under Football and was tagged with Peyton Manning.
Looks like commenters were off base on choices.
March 12, 2012 at 9:33 PM
It is looking more and more like Peyton is taking his talents to South Beach. I pray this is not true or my Jets can be in for a rude awakening because they would be in the best division in the NFL by a mile.
March 10, 2012 at 6:50 PM
Check the new blog for my thoughts on this issue…
As I agree that you can’t say that 3 seasons in the NFL are a fair prognosis of an entire career, I think the word delusional is a little too strong. First two seasons, four road playoff wins…that has to count for something. Sanchez has much more potential than he showed this year, especially considering the backstabbing he took in his own locker room. Real Jet fans are not feeling desperate and are (hopefully) not looking at Peyton as the savior.
March 8, 2012 at 8:00 PM
Remember the last time the Jets signed one of the all-time greatest QBs toward the latter end of his career? Yea, that worked out well. I’m so glad I participated in numerous debates with Jets fans who, in defense of Sanchez, pulled excuses out of their asses as to why a quarterback’s first 3 seasons in the NFL are not necessarily a fair prognosis of his career, just to witness those same delusional fans jump right on the Peyton bandwagon. I guess desperate times call for … desperation?
March 8, 2012 at 6:21 PM
I say Miami because he lives there already, but I’m not writing off the Jets. They are a weird team and by most accounts are going at him hard. It’s just a question of is Peyton as weird as they are. I don’t think so but then again…
In the end, Peyton will reject the Jets at the last minute, only after Sanchez is sufficiently alienated and unable to shake off the rejection, leading to his replacement Chad Henne guiding the Jets to a 6-10 finish and a first round QB in the 2013 draft. The good side is by then Rex will have learned the offense.
March 8, 2012 at 4:23 PM
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