Peyton Manning doesn't like shadows or big towns, and there aren't bigger ones than Joe Montana and Steve Young over in California. It's why he stayed in college when the Jets could have made him a No. 1 pick in '97. It's why he's chosen to stay away from the surging Miami region. It's why (thankfully) the Jets were never an option now.
My brain says he's going to Denver, but my gut says Tennessee -- just because the latter gives him the chance to be a vindictive bi*ch against his former team. Also, Denver's line isn't built for a pocket passer, which is why Tebow was the right man at the right time a year ago. And the Broncos don't have a Kenny Britt.
P. Manning might own records, but the legendary SF QBs delivered hardware. And guess what the biggest knock is against Peyton Manning in his career?
Hint: It requires a Heimlich in the postseason.
Someone who shares my sentiments, thank you
I'd even throw in the monkey wrench in Denver of being in the shadow of another SB winning Hof
But in Tennessee? He's THE guy
Would have been the guy in Zona too but it doesn't compare to Tennessee
Fly 2ndComing said:
He's already worshiped like that in Tennessee. sh*t, even in his homestate of Louisiana he's just as big as Drew Brees, albeit mostly from the white people but it's a huge following there. Just like Eli is a God is Mississippi and Louisiana.
They bow down in Tennessee for Peyton right now. They'd suck his d!ck and feed him grapes in between timeouts if he played there and not to mention bring them a championship