WASHINGTON REDSKINS: As I said last time, this team lacks a good QB, and that, I think is the ultimate difference for the Skins’ current spot, to possibly contending in the NFC East. — Not just that, but the Redskins have a lot of cap-space, and if they’re willing to spend some out of that, than they could be looking at a possible NFC East division crown.
************************* THIS IS A COLUMN ON WHAT TEAMS THAT PEYTON MANNING COULD END UP ON*** (WRITTEN BY THE SPORTSGUY (THOMAS BRUNT)****
NEW YORK JETS: The Jets patience appears to be running out on QB Mark Sanchez. — New York has to make a decision here: Continue to play the waiting game with Rex Ryan, and Sanchez, who would be in his 4rth career year, or they can take a quarterback that may not really have that much left in him, and with a high injury prone rate in Peyton Manning. Either way though, it’s up to them. If Manning ends up here, maybe when Ryan says there going to win the Super-Bowl, the fans will believe him.
Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins have been through their recent share of QB failures in the past 4 years. If Miami does sign Manning, than, this would be the best at QB Depth they’ve been since Jay Fiedler (2000-2004 in Miami). But those are just “if’s”, and this is basically what this column is: “if” this team can sign that player.. so and so.
Buffalo Bills: As promising as Ryan Fitzpatrick may seem these past couple of seasons, those numbers are only going to get you somewhere inyour Fantasy Football League, I just don’t think Fitzpat has been consistent enough to truly have the keys of this team. Though, for every team that may sign Peyton, comes aconsequence rate: of some kind, at least. Yes, I’m referring, to his Injury Prone level, which brings me to my next point: RETIREMENT: Manning may wan to see if he can sign with the retired team, after all, I mean, if you haven’t noticed, his injury rate is pretty high, he may not want to end up taking a risk at possibly permantly damaging himself for life. — That’s why retiring may be the best decision for Mr. Manning (in my opinion that is).
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