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Does anyone else hope that Andrew Luck’s career in Indianapolis isn’t as great as everybody else thinks it will be? I mean wouldn’t that just be the ultimate kick in the balls for Jim Irsay? Especially is Peyton Manning has a good season and Luck doesn’t. Oh, will it be sweet. That will be exactly what Jim Irsay deserves though. First the whole thing with Peyton Manning, then tweeting all that stupid shit, lately telling every sports news outlet he can find that he doesn’t know if the Colts are going to draft Luck. Now it comes out that the Colts, along with everyone else in the world, have known for weeks that they were going to draft Luck. Does Irsay really think that he was pulling the wool over everyone’s eyes or something? I would actually put money on it that he sends out some tweet today about how the source was wrong and they are still looking at RGIII. Anything to keep his name in the headlines.



Nike has filed a lawsuit against Reebok and the company which owns it, Adidas. The lawsuit claims that Reebok didn’t have the rights to make Tebow jerseys since they are no longer under contract to produce the jerseys. In a nutshell Nike is basically pissed that Reebok had every able hand in some third-world country pumping out Tebow jerseys as fast as humanly possible. Lets be realistic here. If this was some other player we wouldn’t even be having this discussion. But Nike knows that if someone went out and bought a Reebok Tim Tebow jersey, they damn sure aren’t going out to get a Nike Tim Tebow jersey next week. To make everything right in the world, Nike wants Reebok to pay them what is probably going to be a boat load of money. They also want all the jerseys to be destroyed, which is what I believe should be done with all Tim Tebow jerseys anyway.

P.S.- If you’re wondering why Reebok made Peyton Manning jerseys with no problem it’s because Peyton probably gave them permission to use his name on the jersey, while Tebow told Reebok that they could not use his name.

TV televangelist Pat Robertson has made it clear  that he does not like the signing of Peyton Manning by the Denver Broncos. He says that Peyton Manning deserves to get injured for taking Tim Tebow’s starting job. He thinks that Manning getting hurt would be “justice” for Tebow. Let me tell you something, Pat. I don’t know how much football you’ve watched in the past year, but it can’t be that much if your mad that Tim Tebow isn’t going to be a starter anymore. Do you really think that if Tebow was such a great player that Elway would be as eager to get rid of him as he was. Is Pat Robertson going to be shocked when Tebow doesn’t beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job? And why didn’t Pat wish injury on Sanchez, the Lord knows every Jet fan is. But at the end of the day this is what Pat Robertson does. He makes ridiculous statements about hot button issues and sits at home and collects the checks from people who believe the bullshit that he spews. Take a look at his official website. This guy literally has to make a statement about every stupid comment that he makes. Just another day doing the Lord’s work.

Why else does anyone think that the Broncos would give a QB who is one hit away from drinking through a straw for the rest of his life a 5 year contract? Simple, they really wanted to get rid of Tim Tebow. Just because Elway looks like Gary Busey doesn’t mean he’s crazy. He knows a real quarterback when he sees one. I’m just worried that Elway is seeing the Manning from 2 years ago, and not the Manning that has had 4 neck surgeries. Either way Elway has completed his goal of getting rid of Tebow. Elway better hope for his sake that Manning holds up for at least 2 years if he wants to justify this decision.

P.S.- Anyone who says Manning isn’t greedy is just stupid.He obviously went to the place that offered him the most green, rather than the best chance to win a Super Bowl.

Now that Tebowing is officially over, I thought that the fans in Denver could use a new fad for a while. This new fad is in honor of the one and only Peyton Manning, aptly named “Manninging”. It’s really easy. All you do is take your right hand and put it on your neck. At the same time your going to want to make an expression of great pain. That’s all there is to it. pretty simple, right? If you’re not sure if you’re doing it right, here’s what it should look like:

Hey Denver fans, if you really want get the full effect of being Peyton Manning you can add a few simple steps. If you’re at work, locate your boss and “Manninging” in front of him. He’ll no doubt be regretting the decision he made to hire you over the much younger employee he fired. If you’re at home with the family, try “Manninging” in front of your younger, more successful, brother as your proud parents watch. Don’t pay any attention to the least successful, third brother standing in the corner. Nobody cares about him. The most important part of “Manninging” is to never stop no matter how much the pain hurts, because at the end of the day your getting paid and that’s all that matters, right?

Thank the Lord, Tebow Time has finally ended. The only question now is where Tim Tebow will go now? Peyton has left a couple of teams in a tough place now that they’ve spent all free agency pursuing one player. The 49ers will probably crawl back to Alex Smith on their hands and knees, but the Dolphins are still in need of a QB. I never thought that I would ever say this, but I am in favor of the Patriots trading for Tebow if it means that they screw over the Dolphins. I actually just threw up in my mouth a little bit while typing this, but I managed to keep it down.  I just have to keep telling myself that Tebow would actually ever see the field as a QB if he were to play for the Patriots. Either way Tebow time is officially over and I am extremely thankful. I would like to thank Jim Irsay and John Elway, even though I hate Irsay and Elway has teeth like an actual horse. Either way I have to thank them for their integral parts in ending Tebow Time. Thank You.

How big of a kick in the balls would it be to the Broncos if Manning got hurt and they traded Tebow? That’s a ticket to the basement of the NFL for a good half a century.

It’s official. Peyton Manning has chose the Denver Broncos as his new team for next season. Manning has reportedly called John Elway to tell him that the he has picked the Broncos and told his agent to get a deal done with Denver.Now that the Peyton Manning dog and pony show is over, it’s now time for the Tim Tebow dog and pony show to start. Now we will be subjected to around the clock updates of where Tim Tebow will be traded and when. This is all based on the opinion of some that Tebow actually has any trade value at all in the NFL. A team will have to be pretty desperate to take a chance on a player who calls himself a QB, but can’t throw the ball. Might be a problem. The only good thing that’s going to come out of this for Tebow is that thanks to Manning there will be a couple of teams in desperate need of a QB. Tebow should thank Manning for stringing along all these teams because that will be the only way he actually gets traded for. Worse case scenario is that he doesn’t get traded and Elway constantly has to watch his biggest mistake sit on the bench all next season. Either way, Tebow Time and the Peyton Show are officially over. Feel free to take to the streets in celebration.

P.S.- Now Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow are almost exactly alike. Both headed back to the bench.

P.P.S.- I am going to be pissed if the Broncos keep Tebow and Manning ends up getting hurt. Pissed. I’ll be even madder if he goes to the Dolphins and I have to watch him run around like a chicken with his head cut off against the Patriots twice a year.  If you were Manning why would you pass up the 49ers? Better offense, better defense, better overall. The Broncos got into the playoffs on a fluke, but if Peyton thinks that he can lead them to a Super Bowl, good luck to him.

As the Peyton Manning saga hopefully begins to wind down a new team has jumped into the mix. The 49ers have been relatively quite during this free agent period but have come to the forefront of this media circus during this past weekend. With the signing of wide receivers Mario Manningham and Randy Moss, the 49ers look to be making a strong push to enter the Manning sweepstakes. The former #1 draft pick Michael Crabtree has been a disappointment at the wide receiver position, but the acquisition of Manning could change that. With the new reports surfacing of Alex Smith visiting teams, the likelihood that Manning is closer to joining the 49ers than any other team is high.

All that aside I’m starting to get really sick of all this Peyton Manning shit. Since I’m a Patriots fan obviously I have never been a huge Peyton Manning fan, and never will be. Just because I’m not a fan of Manning doesn’t mean that I don’t respect him. I’ve always thought of Peyton as one of the top 2 or 3 QB’s in the NFL for a long time. But things have changed. I know that the NFL is a business, and that Peyton is treating it like a business, but enough is enough. How long is he going to string along these teams for? I know it’s not his fault that the teams have an interest in signing him, but give them a break. These teams are willing to take a chance on a quarterback who has had 4 neck surgeries and hasn’t played in a year, and Peyton has the audacity to string them along like a 6th grade girl. Just calling them up, one by one, telling them that he doesn’t like them anymore. What a joke. In the end Peyton is going to sign with the team that bought him the most stuff and told him that he was going to be the best thing that ever happened to them. The sooner teams realize that Peyton Manning is nothing but a 16 year old heart breaker, the better.

I really hope that Peyton bleeds the team that signs him for every cent and then ends up sitting next year. That would be the sweetest ending to this dog and pony show. I have almost lost all respect for Peyton at this point. End this thing already before you become the next Favre.

It never has happened and never will happen. Can the Jets really be this egotistical to come out and say that they didn’t want Peyton Manning? I see how they’re trying to spin it but everyone knows the truth. Just crazy.  Lets just say I drive an overpriced Honda Civic everyday that is pretty unreliable and everybody in my family hates. One day I have the chance to buy a Ferrari. The dealer tells me that this Ferrari has been in an accident but was repaired correctly. They let me take it for a test drive and the price is more than my Civic but still manageable. Who in their right mind would ever pass that up? Nobody, that’s who. Why doesn’t Woody Johnson just tell the truth and say that Peyton Manning just didn’t want to be on the Jets? But then again this is the Jets we’re talking about. What does he do? Woody Johnson goes out and leases that shitty Civic for 3 more years. Have fun Jets, because that car ain’t going to drive you to the playoffs.

In the first big move of the free agent period this off-season the Dolphins traded Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Bears in return for two 3rd round picks. While some say that this is a horrible trade for the Dolphins, and that the Bears got a steal, this trade can be looked at another way too. I’m looking at this trade as the Dolphins way of clearing space for their biggest target of the off-season, Peyton Manning. But they didn’t get rid of Marshall to make space for Manning. They cleared room for Peyton’s favorite receiver, Reggie Wayne. This is just another way that Peyton Manning is controlling this years off-season without even trying. Look for other teams in the race for Manning to load up on wide receiver talent as well as offensive line talent in attempts to sign Peyton. It’s going to be one crazy off-season that’s for sure.