Tag Archives: Peyton Manning

2013 NFL Preview – AFC West – Denver Broncos Will Win It in a Walk
September 5, 2013

by Kent Sterling Most divisions in the NFL will provide at least a little intrigue, but the AFC West is nothing but a coronation for the Denver Broncos as long as Peyton Manning remains upright.  Kansas City is the media darling pick to be the most improved team in the league, but isn’t going to […]

ESPN Bill Polian’s Rankings of Playoff Contenders Omits Indianapolis Colts
September 4, 2013

by Kent Sterling When I saw the post on espn.com that promised to reveal former Indianapolis Colts President Bill Polian’s list for teams he feels have a chance to make the 2013 playoffs, I wondered what he would have to say about his former employers. I scrolled and scrolled through the Legitimate Contenders, Question Marks, […]

Former Indianapolis Colts Center Jeff Saturday Shines in New Role as ESPN Analyst
August 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling At the end of the NFL Lockout in 2011, former Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday gave New England Patriots owner a hug and thanked him for his role in ending the work stoppage.  It became the money shot for the biggest sports story of the year, and Jeff Saturday became a star. […]

Indianapolis Colts – Offensive Lineman Ben Ijalana Looks Good in Comeback Attempt
July 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling Coming out of Villanova University as a 2011 second round pick, it appeared Ben Ijalana and his first round mate Anthony Castonzo would be the bookend tackles the Colts so desperately needed to protect Peyton Manning. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Manning’s series of neck surgeries took him out of […]

Johnny Manziel Is a Victim of His Own Irresponsibility, Not the Media’s Lust
July 16, 2013

by Kent Sterling There are smart ways and places to indulge in irresponsible behavior, and then there is the way Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel has done it again and again. Whether or not Manziel was kicked out of the Manning Passing Academy for being too hungover, or whether he was dehydrated and left on […]

Johnny Manziel Is Forfeiting Millions with Every Bad Decision
July 15, 2013

by Kent Sterling Spending cash before it’s earned is how families wind up renting TV’s, toasters, and recliners. Texas A&M Heisman Trophy winner Johnny “Football” Manziel is corrupting his ability to earn millions in the NFL and through endorsement deals on a weekly basis by acting like an idiot. Click here to follow Kent on […]

Tim Tebow Released; Jets Figure Out What Merril Hoge Always Knew
April 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling Only one back-up quarterback in NFL history could claim a breaking news alert on ESPN for his release, and it happened today with Tim Tebow.  The New York Jets cut ties with Tebow this morning, and the coverage is just short of the death of a former president. The Jets drafted Geno […]

2016 Super Bowl – Indianapolis Colts vs. St. Louis Rams
April 20, 2013

by Kent Sterling In just under three years, the two worst teams of the 2011 NFL season will meet in Super Bowl L.  The host city is yet to be determined, but the teams and the reasons for their movement through the next three seasons into the NFL Championship are clear. It’s often said that […]