Does Manning retire on Monday?

#1
Think he has to. There is no way Manning can finish the season. Osweiler finally got the Broncos past mid-field at the end of the third quarter. Reid is busy kicking field goals, so if Osweiler gets this game respectable, I think he starts next week at the Bears.
 
#2
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

I was going to start a thread asking if Denver was going to make the playoffs for the same reasons you mention......KC gave the league the blueprint to beating Denver......Attack every pass looking for a pick, nothing to worry about with noodle arm back there....Denver and Manning are done...
 

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#4
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

Actually the Rams gave the blueprint last year. They made manning throw outside the hashmarks. Since his arm is shot, teams could jump those passes easier. He still has the mindset of threading the needle but he physically can't do it.
 
#6
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

Chiefs have a nice route to take that division. They have a real easy schedule with three road games vs losing teams, and a home slate of Buffalo, San Diego, Cleveland and Oakland. Can see how the Chiefs win all their games or finish 10-6. Denver meanwhile has @ Chicago, vs New England, @ San Diego, vs Oakland, @ Pittsburgh, vs Bengals, vs San Diego.
 
#7
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

Denver at Chicago next week. How can they open with Denver as the favorite in that game? They are a gigantic fraud of a team.
 
#9
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

GREEN BAY NOW DENVER BOTH EXPOSED AS SHIT TEAMS ITS NOW DOWN TO JUST THE PATRIOTS AND THE PANTHERS :+clueless

BOYS ITS ALL NEW ENGLAND THE REST OF THE LEAGUE SUCKS

HOW CAN YOU BET ON THIS SHIT ITS SO UNPREDICTABLE I AM DONE WITH FOOTBALL HOW MANY DAYS UNTIL SPRING TRAINING :btj:
 
#11
Re: Does Manning retire on Monday?

MAN YOU HAVE TO FEEL FOR PEYTON ITS SAD TO SEE THIS

HE MIGHT NOT BE A GOOD QB ANYMORE BUT HE STILL DOES THE BEST T.V. COMMERCIALS
 
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