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Gort
10-27-2011, 06:16 AM
ruh roh! Peyton Manning convinced Luck to return to Stanford last year when the Colts had the 31st pick in the draft. if Luck comes out this year and the Colts have the 1st pick, i predict sales of tinfoil hats will go through the roof!!!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/07/peyton-manning-andrew-luck_n_805956.html

http://www.memehumor.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/chippy.jpg

ok, i'm jesting of course, but it's still an interesting coincidence.

RhymesayersDU
10-27-2011, 06:20 AM
Told you so!

Regards,
Baja

tsiguy96
10-27-2011, 06:22 AM
yes, peyton who just got a 23/million a year extension that can VOID after this year if he gets released is trying to get the colts to draft his replacement...

RhymesayersDU
10-27-2011, 06:23 AM
I forgot, Peyton Manning is broke.

I'm not saying this whole thing is true, but I think money is a bad argument.

jhns
10-27-2011, 06:24 AM
From my understanding of his situation, he wants to try playing some at the end of the season. If he does, he will most likely win them some games and be the reason they don't get Luck.

ColoradoDarin
10-27-2011, 06:25 AM
Didn't Peyton stay in school after he graduated (went to grad school) to play an extra year?

Occam say's, "Hey this is what I did"

tsiguy96
10-27-2011, 06:28 AM
I forgot, Peyton Manning is broke.

I'm not saying this whole thing is true, but I think money is a bad argument.

no, its not. hes not gonna give up 23 million a year for 5 years just so his team drafts luck and sends him packing. no other team will pay him 20+ mil a year.

Kaylore
10-27-2011, 07:04 AM
Manning knew he was going to need the surgery. He also wanted to be able to groom a replacement.

When you factor in the timing of all the injuries, the surgery, and that the team is finding ways to lose...

There's only one explanation.
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT4lp8BRGKBqYOAo8IV0Rbd-WKLeXZMhrzgFIPShYqtXTO0jSEq-PdmcDNF

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 07:15 AM
Manning knew he was going to need the surgery. He also wanted to be able to groom a replacement.

When you factor in the timing of all the injuries, the surgery, and that the team is finding ways to lose...

There's only one explanation.
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT4lp8BRGKBqYOAo8IV0Rbd-WKLeXZMhrzgFIPShYqtXTO0jSEq-PdmcDNF

Oh man... can you imagine if he got access to Peyton's skull one day?

Kaylore
10-27-2011, 07:19 AM
Oh man... can you imagine if he got access to Peyton's skull one day?

Did you see they ran a marathon of these? Talking about Alien breeding with Egyptians. lol

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 07:26 AM
Did you see they ran a marathon of these? Talking about Alien breeding with Egyptians. lol

I'm pretty confident I've seen them all.

To me, parts are absolutely hilarious, and other parts are oddly thought provoking.

bloodsunday
10-27-2011, 09:53 AM
This whole Luck thing is the most overblown story since Favre endless summer decisions. Even if you get the #1 overall pick, things are far from guaranteed. Luck has another year of eligibility. Luck has the ability to pull a power play move like Eli did. AND, he's still just an unproven rookie. More sure fire things than Andrew Luck have failed in the NFL.

Houshyamama
10-27-2011, 10:00 AM
I'm pretty confident I've seen them all.

To me, parts are absolutely hilarious, and other parts are oddly thought provoking.

Step away from the bong.

SonOfLe-loLang
10-27-2011, 10:10 AM
Did you see they ran a marathon of these? Talking about Alien breeding with Egyptians. lol

I dated a girl who believed that 100 percent. We are no longer dating

Pony Boy
10-27-2011, 11:34 AM
Why would Luck want to follow in Peyton’s footsteps ......... yes he's good but not in Peyton's class. The Colts will never be happy with anyone after Peyton ....... humm does that remind you of another team, that happens to wear orange.

ol#7
10-27-2011, 11:55 AM
Why would Luck want to follow in Peyton’s footsteps ......... yes he's good but not in Peyton's class. The Colts will never be happy with anyone after Peyton ....... humm does that remind you of another team, that happens to wear orange.

Your right of course, Tim Couch ruined those fans for any future QB.

Ray Finkle
10-27-2011, 11:59 AM
Oh man... can you imagine if he got access to Peyton's skull one day?

I think it was the model for the Indiana Jones movie....

Ray Finkle
10-27-2011, 12:00 PM
Why would Luck want to follow in Peyton’s footsteps ......... yes he's good but not in Peyton's class. The Colts will never be happy with anyone after Peyton ....... humm does that remind you of another team, that happens to wear orange.

The Bucs after Spurrier left?

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 12:40 PM
Step away from the bong.

Meh. Some things are just really cool. We've clearly lost important chunks of our human history and information on how we were able to do certain things in the past. I don't know what that is (aliens, Gods, or even prior lost civilizations, etc), but I think there's overwhelming evidence there was something going on.

So I laugh about 90% of it... especially the crazy haired guy, or the old chubby guy with the goatee that claims the pyramids were an ancient power plant to fuel alien space craft Hilarious! , and I also laugh when they take extremely small snippets of UCLA/MIT/etc physicists/professors completely out of context to support their current discussion.

...but I LOVE when they show sites like Teotihuacan, the Nasca lines, Pumapunku, the oddly worldwide reverence towards Orion's belt, and some things that just, quite frankly, shouldn't have been possible. I find that stuff fascinating, whatever the true source.

Ray Finkle
10-27-2011, 12:47 PM
Meh. Some things are just really cool. We've clearly lost important chunks of our human history and information on how we were able to do certain things in the past. I don't know what that is (aliens, Gods, or even prior lost civilizations, etc), but I think there's overwhelming evidence there was something going on.

So I laugh about 90% of it... especially the crazy haired guy, or the old chubby guy with the goatee that claims the pyramids were an ancient power plant to fuel alien space craft Hilarious! , and I also laugh when they take extremely small snippets of UCLA/MIT/etc physicists/professors completely out of context to support their current discussion.

...but I LOVE when they show sites like Teotihuacan, the Nasca lines, Pumapunku, the oddly worldwide reverence towards Orion's belt, and some things that just, quite frankly, shouldn't have been possible. I find that stuff fascinating, whatever the true source.

I'm with you on that....it's kind of like when conspiracy theorist ramble, I find it humorous and entertaining. Is there a grain of truth, perhaps but it's more for show.

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 01:09 PM
There's only one explanation.
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcT4lp8BRGKBqYOAo8IV0Rbd-WKLeXZMhrzgFIPShYqtXTO0jSEq-PdmcDNF

I saw this dude on TV last night.

He's projecting. Like really projecting.

A turd fell from the sky in 1920? Aliens.
The Lorax in Dr. Suess disappeared? Aliens
Bruce Willis was really dead in the Sixth Sense? Aliens
The British have poor oral hygeine? Aliens
Chaz Bono is really an ugly chick? Aliens
Who really runs the Vatican? Aliens (or as Baja would say: Lizard aliens)
Who hid the ceolocanth from western biologists? Aliens

Chris
10-27-2011, 01:34 PM
If a hot alien approached you would you mate with it

bendog
10-27-2011, 01:39 PM
That's sort of what I thought. So, suppose I was still young and healthy enough for sex, and I met a woman who thought aliens had sex with people, my first thought would be I want to do her, but I don't want her to know my real name or where I live

As for a hot alien ... would she like eat my brain or something at the end?

mkporter
10-27-2011, 01:40 PM
This whole Luck thing is the most overblown story since Favre endless summer decisions. Even if you get the #1 overall pick, things are far from guaranteed. Luck has another year of eligibility. Luck has the ability to pull a power play move like Eli did. AND, he's still just an unproven rookie. More sure fire things than Andrew Luck have failed in the NFL.

2nd most overblown. Tebow.

bendog
10-27-2011, 01:43 PM
Farve was at an Army base in Miss this week giving a motivational speech to guys deploying to Afghan. He told them that no matter what happens, a person always has to be ready to move on in life. Really.

Kaylore
10-27-2011, 01:43 PM
Meh. Some things are just really cool. We've clearly lost important chunks of our human history and information on how we were able to do certain things in the past. I don't know what that is (aliens, Gods, or even prior lost civilizations, etc), but I think there's overwhelming evidence there was something going on.

So I laugh about 90% of it... especially the crazy haired guy, or the old chubby guy with the goatee that claims the pyramids were an ancient power plant to fuel alien space craft Hilarious! , and I also laugh when they take extremely small snippets of UCLA/MIT/etc physicists/professors completely out of context to support their current discussion.

...but I LOVE when they show sites like Teotihuacan, the Nasca lines, Pumapunku, the oddly worldwide reverence towards Orion's belt, and some things that just, quite frankly, shouldn't have been possible. I find that stuff fascinating, whatever the true source.

You really find it odd that Orion's belt, one of the most identifiable constellations in the sky, is everywhere?

Back then the night sky was basically must see TV. People lived crappy dirt lives, got gross diseases, killed each other and looked at the stars. It's hardly surprising to me that people all over the world looking at pretty much the same stars night after night would replicate the most identifiable ones...

Chris
10-27-2011, 01:51 PM
Stargate bitches

http://thescifichristian.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/daniel-stargate-movie.jpeg

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 01:59 PM
You really find it odd that Orion's belt, one of the most identifiable constellations in the sky, is everywhere?

Back then the night sky was basically must see TV. People lived crappy dirt lives, got gross diseases, killed each other and looked at the stars. It's hardly surprising to me that people all over the world looking at pretty much the same stars night after night would replicate the most identifiable ones...

Sirius B frowns at your poor post.

Gort
10-27-2011, 02:01 PM
As for a hot alien ... would she like eat my brain or something at the end?

not even the zombies in The Walking Dead want to eat YOUR brain!

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l3jw6g2dLc1qzwiy8o1_400.gif

you can't float one down the middle of the plate like this and not expect somebody to swing for the fences :)

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 02:03 PM
You really find it odd that Orion's belt, one of the most identifiable constellations in the sky, is everywhere?

Back then the night sky was basically must see TV. People lived crappy dirt lives, got gross diseases, killed each other and looked at the stars. It's hardly surprising to me that people all over the world looking at pretty much the same stars night after night would replicate the most identifiable ones...

Sorry dude.




Its Aliens.

bendog
10-27-2011, 02:04 PM
not even the zombies in The Walking Dead want to eat YOUR brain!

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l3jw6g2dLc1qzwiy8o1_400.gif

you can't float one down the middle of the plate like this and not expect somebody to swing for the fences :)

yeah, but that's now. My post explicitly said that I would possibly be interested if I was still young and healthy enough to have sex.

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 02:12 PM
Sorry dude.




Its Aliens.

I am absolutely STUNNED that a subject has once again gone way over your head.

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 02:14 PM
I am absolutely STUNNED that a subject has once again gone way over your head.

Exactly. The aliens are up there over our heads. Every time someone points up to the sky, they are pointing at aliens.

Serendipitous confluences of events? Aliens.

Someone needs to photoshop the head of that alien loon on the picture of you humping a lobster.

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 02:15 PM
Exactly. The aliens are up there over our heads. Every time someone points up to the sky, they are pointing at aliens.

Serendipitous confluences of events? Aliens.

Someone needs to photoshop the head of that alien loon on the picture of you humping a lobster.

You realize you're the only one talking about aliens, right?

I mean, just so we're clear?

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 02:17 PM
You realize you're the only one talking about aliens, right?

I mean, just so we're clear?

I wasn't conversing with you, so I really wasn't concerned with what you were trying to say.

Why are you so sensitive? I know the answer. Aliens.

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 02:19 PM
I wasn't conversing with you, so I really wasn't concerned with what you were trying to say.

Why are you so sensitive? I know the answer. Aliens.

Why are you such a fat piece of ****?

I know the answer: No will power or self respect.

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 02:21 PM
Why are you such a fat piece of ****?

I know the answer: No will power or self respect.

LOL

Its funny being in your head. There doesn't seem to be much in here.

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 02:23 PM
LOL

Its funny being in your head. There doesn't seem to be much in here.

Is that how you want to deflect from being such a **** human?

Don't worry bro, you might be fat and repulsive to women, but at least you have personality.

Oh wait....

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 02:31 PM
Is that how you want to deflect from being such a **** human?

Don't worry bro, you might be fat and repulsive to women, but at least you have personality.

Oh wait....

Don't go all emo now, son.

TheReverend
10-27-2011, 02:34 PM
Don't go all emo now, son.

I'm not. The rest of the country and our sky-rocketing health care cost would appreciate it if you could find some self-respect and set down the economy size bucket of Cheetos though.

Thanks.

Agamemnon
10-27-2011, 04:02 PM
I dated a girl who believed that 100 percent. We are no longer dating

Hilarious!

Br0nc0Buster
10-27-2011, 04:06 PM
Colts should clean house

the coach is awful, their GM is easily the most overrated at his position in the league

broncosteven
10-27-2011, 06:17 PM
Just so I am clear this thread is about Peyton Manning being an Alien right?

Agamemnon
10-27-2011, 07:08 PM
Just so I am clear this thread is about Peyton Manning being an Alien right?

He's got the head for it...

epicSocialism4tw
10-27-2011, 08:38 PM
I'm not. The rest of the country and our sky-rocketing health care cost would appreciate it if you could find some self-respect and set down the economy size bucket of Cheetos though.

Thanks.

Cheetos sound pretty good right now.

Though I'm a little uncertain about how my theoretical cheeto eating could potentially have anything to do with the health care cost of an entire country.

Its a little bit of a statistical inconsequence.

ShutDownPoster
10-27-2011, 10:43 PM
So...Peyton has a sister...?

http://bestmovienews.indiegeniusprodu.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Splice-Interview-Sarah-Polley.jpg

This movie was so disturbingly bad - first seduces the guy then rapes the gf.

Rolandftw
10-27-2011, 11:07 PM
no, its not. hes not gonna give up 23 million a year for 5 years just so his team drafts luck and sends him packing. no other team will pay him 20+ mil a year.

I dunno. I could see a team that has a great defense, but a weak link at QB do it. Like.. the Jets. Or the Ravens if Flacco keeps playing like he did on Monday night.

If the Vikings were willing to give Favre $16 million, someone is going to pay Manning even more.

broncocalijohn
10-27-2011, 11:15 PM
If a hot alien approached you would you mate with it

Spider would hit it.

ZONA
10-28-2011, 03:30 AM
If Manning make a full or close to full recovery, and the Colts end up getting the 1st pick, I fully expect them to cash in on that pick by drafting Luck and then offering him as trade bait. With Manning running the show, that offense is still one of the best and if they could land some nice defensive players, they have a great shot at winning a Superbowl next year and that's what it's all about. Manning is probably going to go down as the best NFL QB ever when all is said and done. Even if Luck turns out to be a great pro, it's highly doubtful he will be as good as Manning is, who as I said, if he makes even a 95% recovery, is still better then almost anybody and still will be light years ahead of a hyped up college player. It's an understatement to say that Manning is a proven NFL QB and Luck hasn't proven anything in the NFL. If I was the Colts GM and I had the 1st pick next year, and Manning has shown he's close to or fully recovered, man it's a no brainer for me. I move Luck for some proven NFL defensive players and some future picks. I think they could get both. I load up and give Manning some help over the next 3 or 4 years and I thinks that's you're best chance to win a Superbowl, over drafting Luck and having him sit for that amount of time or playing him and moving Manning. I'd be willing to bet Manning has some type of no trade clause also. I don't think Manning would be a happy camper if they got Luck and kept him to sit when they could have turned him into a boat load of high picks and some good defensive players.

broncosteven
10-28-2011, 11:38 AM
If Manning make a full or close to full recovery, and the Colts end up getting the 1st pick, I fully expect them to cash in on that pick by drafting Luck and then offering him as trade bait. With Manning running the show, that offense is still one of the best and if they could land some nice defensive players, they have a great shot at winning a Superbowl next year and that's what it's all about. Manning is probably going to go down as the best NFL QB ever when all is said and done. Even if Luck turns out to be a great pro, it's highly doubtful he will be as good as Manning is, who as I said, if he makes even a 95% recovery, is still better then almost anybody and still will be light years ahead of a hyped up college player. It's an understatement to say that Manning is a proven NFL QB and Luck hasn't proven anything in the NFL. If I was the Colts GM and I had the 1st pick next year, and Manning has shown he's close to or fully recovered, man it's a no brainer for me. I move Luck for some proven NFL defensive players and some future picks. I think they could get both. I load up and give Manning some help over the next 3 or 4 years and I thinks that's you're best chance to win a Superbowl, over drafting Luck and having him sit for that amount of time or playing him and moving Manning. I'd be willing to bet Manning has some type of no trade clause also. I don't think Manning would be a happy camper if they got Luck and kept him to sit when they could have turned him into a boat load of high picks and some good defensive players.

If Manning does make a recovery I would do the same, but he would have to be healthy enough to play a few games this year.

I would package Luck for extra picks then get the 2nd best QB to groom as a replacement.

I don't think Peyton is going to play at all this year if ever.

bendog
10-28-2011, 11:58 AM
imo, the only way Polian can do it is if Payaton convinces them that barring more injury, he can play for three more seasons at least, and if a team will give them two no1s in 2012 (with one being a top ten at least) and another in 13. That way they have 4 picks in the top 100 in 12, and at least 3 in 13.

But I think they can avoid paying on the Payaton contract by trading him or cutting him, so that's pretty much what I expect.

broncosteven
10-28-2011, 12:13 PM
imo, the only way Polian can do it is if Payaton convinces them that barring more injury, he can play for three more seasons at least, and if a team will give them two no1s in 2012 (with one being a top ten at least) and another in 13. That way they have 4 picks in the top 100 in 12, and at least 3 in 13.

But I think they can avoid paying on the Payaton contract by trading him or cutting him, so that's pretty much what I expect.

If they were going to do that why not put him on IR now? So they can bring him out in week 15 trying to win a game so they don't go winless?

I think they are hoping he comes back and get a couple more years out of him.

The real issue is how bad the rest of the team has been with Peyton out.

If they do get Luck and cut Peyton they will need to find a new HC, Offensive system, and shore up their D, they have a big rebuild coming if they have to replace Manning.

bendog
10-28-2011, 12:24 PM
If they were going to do that why not put him on IR now? So they can bring him out in week 15 trying to win a game so they don't go winless?

I think they are hoping he comes back and get a couple more years out of him.

The real issue is how bad the rest of the team has been with Peyton out.

If they do get Luck and cut Peyton they will need to find a new HC, Offensive system, and shore up their D, they have a big rebuild coming if they have to replace Manning.

I don't disagree with you. It seems clear that they are going to see if he can play this year. If the organization is interested in making one more run at a Lombardi, getting 3 no 1s for Luck over two years is obviously the way to go. If they did it, they'd have 7 players drafted in the top 100 who are not rooks for year 2014.

I don't think Payaton's got three years beyond this year in him, but if you got a gambling owner like Bowlen was once upon a time, you do it.

But if the organization can save a bunch of money by trading cutting Payaton, still get Luck and still 5 top 100 picks in 2012 and 13 and begin the rebuild early, I think they do it because Irsay is a cheap owner in a small market. I don't think he'd be punished by the ticket buyers for putting Luck on the field.

Gort
10-28-2011, 01:08 PM
If Manning does make a recovery I would do the same, but he would have to be healthy enough to play a few games this year.

I would package Luck for extra picks then get the 2nd best QB to groom as a replacement.

I don't think Peyton is going to play at all this year if ever.

i think Manning is done. he's got all he needs to live happily ever after... tons of money, MVPs, a SB championship. no need to risk permanent disability. the Colts will lose all 16 games and draft Luck. Peyton will convince him to come out of Stanford and be mentored by him in Indiancrapolis where he stays on as a QB coach.

TheReverend
10-28-2011, 01:10 PM
i think Manning is done. he's got all he needs to live happily ever after... tons of money, MVPs, a SB championship. no need to risk permanent disability. the Colts will lose all 16 games and draft Luck. Peyton will convince him to come out of Stanford and be mentored by him in Indiancrapolis where he stays on as a QB coach.

He's also said he wants to play football as long as physically possible...

Gort
10-28-2011, 01:11 PM
He's also said he wants to play football as long as physically possible...

neck surgery thrice in 19 months = no longer physically possible

TheReverend
10-28-2011, 01:13 PM
neck surgery twice in 15 months = no longer physically possible

We'll see.

If this isn't conclusively career ending, he'll be back, imo.

Gort
10-28-2011, 01:14 PM
We'll see.

If this isn't conclusively career ending, he'll be back, imo.

i corrected it. 3 times in 19 months. at some point, it's got to dawn on him that his body is telling him to STOP! STOP NOW!

Steve Young retired for less.

TomServo
10-29-2011, 01:46 AM
eF-P manning. how many years and how many superbowls? how many rule changes and tweaks to benefit him? Elway didnt win those early SBs but he dragged those teams kicking and screaming without the league helping him.
oyeah and Elway never threw a pick six with the SB on the line.