[QUOTE=Sanchise;4386211]LOL. I forgot you had more knowledge inside NFL organizations and about football in general than Adam Schefter. Aren't you one of the guys who said Sanchez was un-tradable because of his contract or would only net a 5th if we got lucky?
I take it you are a fanboy.
BTW, I never said he was untradable bc of his contract. I think I said we could get a conditional 3rd for Sanchez. And I stand by that. I think Schefter is talking out of his ass.
BUT I WILL BE VERY HAPPY TO BE WRONG ABOUT THIS.
No ego here. I couldn't care less what weight my posts carry here.
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There is no doubt in my mind Snachez would bring a first rounder, and probably more.
The point is do the Jets really want Peyton? He is one blindside hit away from an unhappy future, and I am a huge Peyton Manning fan. Build around Sanchez, make him better, put him in a position to succeed. Smart play calling, a better running game, and WR's who aren't prima donnas will help. Time to see the field will help. A new gameplan will help. On the other hand you can have a HOF QB, wait, we have traveled this path before...mixed feelings but tending to want to stick with Sanchez and give him the reigns with a good OC.
[QUOTE=copernicus;4386252]Then my apologies for getting so worked up about the "footage"
My point is that he is 36 coming off a neck injury in a cold weather stadium when we have a 24 year old qb with 4 playoff wins under his belt after plaing last season with [B]no LT[/B]...........[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=copernicus;4386247]Again, has anyone even seen him softly toss a football since his neck injury? Anyone? Any tape of him running drills and saying how the neck feel great?
This is borderline insane![/QUOTE]
Yes there is. He looked pretty damn good.
When I heard Jeff Saturday at the combine laughing at the NFL Network analysts when asked if he thought Peyton was going to play again I knew Peyton was doing very well in his rehab.
I think he is going to be so motivated that he is going to dominate.
Also, if you are concerned about him taking big hits . . .When has Peyton ever taken a big hit? He ALWAYS gets rid of the ball and never gets caught off-guard by a blitz. And when he gets sacked, he is usually already ducking and protecting himself. He knows every NFL defense like the back of his hand.