peyton is done with colts

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  1. Starkravinloon

    Starkravinloon Hero's Falling At Home

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    I think Miami or the J E T S Jet's,Jet's,Jet's might have the best shot.. In New York,he would be closer to Eli, they are pretty close...In Miami, he has a home there....
     
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  3. Jeff

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    dude is 36 , he is one hit away from retirement
     
  4. R-14Driver

    R-14Driver Well-Known Member

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    Dang 36 isn't that old !! Being in football and being 36 is like being 60 in the real world but isn't 60 the new 40 ? And isn't 40 the new 20 ? so really he's only 20 ................ That's RAIDER material :17142::hide::poster_oops:
     
  5. Jeff

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    You could always replace ole slippery fingered Romo
     
  6. R-14Driver

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    homosexual still playing football ? Or should I say did he ever play football LOL
     
  7. Jeff

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    Cowboys have sucked ever since Deion left
     
  8. R-14Driver

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    Kaboys have sucked since old number 8 left them Troy Aikman was the last good QB for them . ( but he sucks as a announcer LOL )
     
  9. Stan Smith

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    Hes gonna miss playing indoors for every home game. I have no research or anything to support myself here but I think its gonna hurt his game.
     
  10. a9faninnc

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    Buck and Aikman are the best duo in the NFL,imo..
     
  11. RenoRoadDriver

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    Its sad to see Peyton leave (Ive lived in Indianapolis my whole life).

    Not only is he a great player, but he is truly a class act, and a great role model. Its too bad there arent more athletes out there like him. They arent all thugs!
     
  12. Starkravinloon

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    Never heard bad things coming out of Indy about players getting in trouble while he was there either...You're right BubbaSkinner, a very good role model....
     
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    Yeah I saw that. They better hope RG III pans out or they will have many more years wandering the wilderness. Pencil the Rams in as serious contenders in 2-3 years.
     
  15. Lazer

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    I kinda have a gut feeling Payton will never take a snap again. With the type of neck injury he had, I don't think any team will seriously go after him. If any team does sign him, I think they will do it just to keep him away from a rival team. I may be all wet on this, but it's just a gut feeling.
     
  16. Stan Smith

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    The thing I'm thinking is if your him :why chance it and play again?
     
  17. a9faninnc

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    Love of the game.I dont think its about money with him.He can,and probably will make a helluva coach one day.I also think he will have 2 or 3 more successful years in the league.
     
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  19. Stan Smith

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    Hes walking a fine line, one big hit and he won't be able to tie his shoes again.

    I agree with you though...
     
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    Hey RR You been to erie street cambridge, or braintree ?
     

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