Betting Tips 101 Examines The Effects Of The Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos Deal
A closer look at how the Peyton Manning signing can change the outlook of the Broncos, and the entire league.
(Los Angeles,Ca)-After a couple weeks of free agent talks, Peyton Manning officially announced on Monday, March 19th that he has given his agent the go ahead to start negotiating a deal with the Denver Broncos. Manning, who will be 36, is still considered by many to be one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL.
There has been a ton of speculation from people all over the country on where he would end up. From Miami, to San Francisco, the four-time MVP was arguably the most coveted free agent ever. After being with the Indianapolis Colts since 1998, he was released by them on March 7th after missing the season recovering from multiple neck surgeries.
Whether Denver ends up being the right fit for Manning or not remains to be seen. It will depend on what talent is around him, and how healthy he truly is after his neck issues that have been going on for month. Bettingtips101.com offers their initial reaction to the news that broke on Monday, including what they think needs to be done to make this team a Super Bowl contender.
An interesting side story is the new speculation on where Tim Tebow will go. Last year he led the Broncos to the playoffs and a first round victory. With Manning onboard, the question no longer is if they will trade Tebow, but when. That will be an interesting story to follow in the near future as well.
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