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Who is NFL MVP right now?

Who is the NFL's MVP at this point in the season?

By Reader Poll | November 17, 2010; 08:40 AM ET | Comments (6)

Parity reduces disparity

Star quarterbacks and shrewd front office decisions helped the AFC win six out of 10 Super Bowls, but this season's overall parity has reduced the AFC's dominance over the NFC.

By Dawn Knight | November 7, 2010; 05:36 PM ET | Comments (1)

How far will the Colts go?

With an 0-2 start in the AFC South and serious concerns on defense, how far will the Colts go in 2010?

By Reader Poll | October 5, 2010; 09:25 AM ET | Comments (0)

Diggin' the drama

Unlike recent seasons, the Colts' 2-2 start will keep things interesting all season in the AFC South and across the NFL where 2010 has been wide open so far.

By Dawn Knight | October 5, 2010; 09:10 AM ET | Comments (0)

Don't bet against Peyton

As long as the Colts have Peyton Manning at the helm, they'll never be far from postseason and Super Bowl contention.

By Tim McHale | October 5, 2010; 09:04 AM ET | Comments (0)

Peyton still a safe bet

Despite an 0-2 start in the division, helped by Jim Caldwell's timeout blunder against the Jaguars, the Colts should turn things around behind the most reliable signal caller in the NFL, Peyton Manning.

By Dave Goldberg | October 5, 2010; 08:38 AM ET | Comments (0)

Irregular legacy

Peyton Manning is perhaps the best regular season quarterback ever. Unfortunately, he's also a mediocre postseason quarterback,

By Chris Richardson | February 8, 2010; 07:20 PM ET | Comments (1)

All about the rings

Whether it's fair or not, the only thing that defines a quarterback's legacy is how many titles he racks up

By Anthony Stalter | February 8, 2010; 11:36 AM ET | Comments (2)

Look at the big picture

No, Manning doesn't deserve a hit to his legacy because of this Super Bowl. He was beaten by a better team.

By Doug Farrar | February 8, 2010; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (0)

Legacy secure

Is the problem really Peyton, or is it us? Let's wait for that arc to complete before we pass judgment.

By Jason Maloni | February 8, 2010; 10:48 AM ET | Comments (1)

Legacy intact?

I hate the word "legacy'' in the context of sports, but...

By Dave Goldberg | February 8, 2010; 06:22 AM ET | Comments (4)

Choker Manning

Peyton Manning is one of the best of all time, but will never be considered "THE BEST" until he has that defining moment and wins multiple Super Bowls.

By Robert Littal | February 8, 2010; 06:08 AM ET | Comments (19)

Legacy damaged?

Was Peyton Manning's legacy as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history damaged by his Super Bowl XLIV performance?

By Reader Poll | February 8, 2010; 06:03 AM ET | Comments (0)

Blame Peyton

The Colts are like the girl who is the head of the Math Club, we all know she's going places, but the cheerleader grabs our eyes.

By Robert Littal | January 27, 2010; 12:53 PM ET | Comments (4)

Peyton's safer

There's something to be said for youthful exuberance and not knowing any better. There's more to be said for having one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time.

By H. Gore | January 20, 2010; 02:13 PM ET | Comments (1)

Perfectly debately

If it works, it is a perfect decision, if it doesn't work, it looks perfectly stupid.

By Brian Tarcy | December 28, 2009; 11:47 AM ET | Comments (0)

Game dumped

This is Colts policy, but it never before killed an unbeaten season.

By Dave Goldberg | December 28, 2009; 09:09 AM ET | Comments (4)

Momentum matters

By shutting Manning down too quickly, the Colts could be doing the same to their postseason dreams.

By Doug Farrar | December 28, 2009; 08:43 AM ET | Comments (0)

I'd rather play to win

Colts fans know the playoffs are coming, but still felt pretty pretty slighted. We wanted to go for it.

By Dawn Knight | December 28, 2009; 08:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

Disappointing decision

Removing Peyton Manning and essentially all the Colts starters while playing at home with the lead stinks.

By Michael Wilbon | December 28, 2009; 07:46 AM ET | Comments (1)

Smart move, Colts

It only takes one freak play to end a player's season and the Colts have been victimized by freak plays sidelining key players for the playoffs.

By Joe Baker | December 28, 2009; 07:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

Skidding into the playoffs

Better to go into the playoffs winning than losing.

By Matt Loede | December 28, 2009; 07:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

Does benching help or hurt Indy

How will Caldwell's decision to bench Manning affect the Colts? Vote now...

By Reader Poll | December 28, 2009; 06:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

Hate not essential to rivalry

The Colts and Patriots already have a terrific rivalry, not because they hate each other but because they divvied up history together.

By Sean McCann | November 13, 2009; 11:29 AM ET | Comments (1)

A media rivalry

There's no hate between the Colts and the Patriots because it's not really a rivalry.

By Dan Levy | November 13, 2009; 10:54 AM ET | Comments (4)

Players are pros

"Hate" or "respect" as the basis for a football rivalry is a matter for fans and the media.

By Michael Oriard | November 13, 2009; 09:46 AM ET | Comments (1)

Great QBs, not a rivalry

After Brady and Manning decline and then retire this so-called rivalry will fade and fizzle.

By Dave Goldberg | November 13, 2009; 09:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

Respect tackles hate

Today a great rivalry has to have an air of respect, and it's for the best.

By Joe Baker | November 13, 2009; 09:25 AM ET | Comments (0)

Too much love

A rivalry really needs to be based more on the dislike for one another than the mutual respect teams have.

By Matt Loede | November 13, 2009; 09:19 AM ET | Comments (0)

Pick Peyton

One game for all the marbles? Give me Peyton Manning.

By Chris Gates | October 19, 2009; 12:10 PM ET | Comments (0)

Bet on Brady

For how successful he has been in his career, this decision is an easy one. I'd take Tom Brady.

By Shawn Zobel | October 19, 2009; 11:41 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not Drew Brees

Drew Brees is a good quarterback, and has been great so far this season, but his qualifications aren't nearly as good as Brady, Ben or Peyton.

By Sean Moroney | October 19, 2009; 10:46 AM ET | Comments (4)

Peyton's in First Place

With one game to win, I'd rather have Manning than any other QB in the league.

By Tim McHale | October 19, 2009; 10:17 AM ET | Comments (0)

Brady No More

This whole business of dating starlets, dumping pregnant starlets and marrying supermodels can't help but be a drain on a quarterback's resources.

By Sean McCann | October 19, 2009; 09:58 AM ET | Comments (1)

Manning Still the Man

What has separated Manning from Brees this season is consistency.

By Joe Baker | October 19, 2009; 08:55 AM ET | Comments (0)

Brees at the Top

Drew is without question the best quarterback in the league. If it takes a few more wins for the country to realize that, so be it.

By David Cariello | October 19, 2009; 08:50 AM ET | Comments (1)

What About Big Ben?

The reasons I'd take Ben Roethlisberger is his ability to keep plays alive, his fearless attitude and his comeback capabilities.

By Michael Bean | October 19, 2009; 08:45 AM ET | Comments (0)

Pick Your Top Quarterback

With one game to play who would you want -- Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning or someone else? Vote here.

By Reader Poll | October 19, 2009; 08:38 AM ET | Comments (7)

Manning's the Man

Peyton Manning may never model men's underwear or date Jessica Simpson, but he knows how to read defenses, connect with his receivers and win games.

By Dawn Knight | August 31, 2009; 03:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

Who's Your Quarterback?

Vote on your choice for steadiest signal caller

By Reader Poll | August 31, 2009; 08:52 AM ET | Comments (2)

P. Manning Is the Steadiest

When it comes to durability, stability and reliability, Peyton Manning really has no peer.

By Gene Wang | August 31, 2009; 06:53 AM ET | Comments (1)

Smooth Rivers Pass Deep

Rivers ranks on top and whips a minivan. That's the franchise quarterback you want.

By John Gennaro | August 31, 2009; 06:24 AM ET | Comments (0)

Brady's Still the Best

All things being equal, if I have Tom Brady, I'm taking the Lombardi Trophy home.

By Doug Farrar | August 31, 2009; 06:20 AM ET | Comments (0)

Statisically Peyton Manning

When you break down the numbers Peyton Manning comes out on top.

By Joe Baker | August 31, 2009; 06:03 AM ET | Comments (0)

Worth Super Money

Eli is a great quarterback who has proven he is capable of performing in the clutch on the biggest stage.

By Brian Tarcy | August 6, 2009; 10:29 AM ET | Comments (1)

Eli's Giant Pay Day

Eli is the right quarterback for the New York Giants for the next seven years. That makes me happy, regardless of his paycheck.

By Edward Valentine | August 6, 2009; 10:09 AM ET | Comments (1)

Eli Over Burdened

If he remains on the precipice of greatness, where he currently resides, all he'll be is yet another big ticket item that didn't nearly deliver up to what was expected of him.

By Ken Palmer | August 6, 2009; 10:05 AM ET | Comments (1)

When Will Tony Dungy Come Back?

Sure, he says he's done, but how long will it be until Tony Dungy changes his mind? VOTE HERE

By Reader Poll | January 12, 2009; 02:51 PM ET | Comments (1)

Peyton Manning: MVP?

After leading the Colts through a seven-game winning streak and back into the playoffs, has Peyton Manning locked up the MVP?

By Emil Steiner | December 19, 2008; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

No Debating Peyton

Peyton Manning deserves to be start for many reasons, none of which has to do with him being one of the most recognized faces in the NFL.

By Gene Wang | December 17, 2008; 12:58 PM ET | Comments (0)

Peyton's Place Is In

As long as he's not injured Manning deserves to go to the Pro Bowl every year.

By Dick Vermeil | December 17, 2008; 12:09 PM ET | Comments (0)

Peyton's Body of Work

Why would you chose a 6-8 quarterback whose team won't even make the playoffs?

By Zach Leibowitz | December 17, 2008; 09:38 AM ET | Comments (0)

Who's Statistically Better?

Well... there are stats, and there are stats.

By Doug Farrar | December 17, 2008; 09:33 AM ET | Comments (0)

 
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