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Only he can answer that, but seems like he can still play and might decide to continue in the league.
It would be nice to go out on top.
He should do what he thinks is right. Easy for us to judge. However, majority of us can't even imagine the drive and determination he has had to maintain for his level of success. As a football fan, it is clear to me phyiscally he should retire but he needs to do what he wants to do. I would have to think, after his Hall of Fame career, retiring and spending some time with his family would have to be looking good right about now.
It would be a hell of an ending if he decides to.
It's always great to leave on a high note but it's such a personal decision
Retire? Not unless he is ready to talk with Deb Goodson so he can become a Realtor with Goodson Realty!
He should do what is right for him, who are we to decide? A
Ha ha ha
Will - It would be a great time for him to retire that's for sure.
If he thinks he is good for another year, and the docs can confirm, he should return.
Good morning Peyton. I am a Peyton fan, hope he retires and just does commercials from here.
It is a matter for Manning and whoever else are the decision makers in this matter.
It would be the best way to go out, unlike that brett guy from Wisconsin who did not know when to quit.
not for me to even think about, totally his call
Why not go out in a blaze of glory!!!!
I really don't have an opinion on this. Manning knows what's best for him.
I think he could get another job but not with Elway and the Denver Broncos. I've heard the L. A. Rams might want him for a year. He'll retire now that he doesn't have to look up to Eli and his 2 rings.
Up to him to decide.
If I was in his shoes, with being benched for a good chunk of the season due to injury, I would want to go out on a high note. Winning my second superbowl, breaking the record for most wins in a career... this is a high note. I would certainly give it serious thought if it were me.
I'm sure he will do what's best for his interests.
No not really, he still has game, however at his age why not go out on top. I would
Yes. He can't play anymore. The won in spite of him,
Yes...before the black eye catches up to him
I was sick and missed the whole game
Yes, he should go out on top! It is apparent that he still has an incredible football mind, but his body is just not able to perform the way that it once did.
As a football fan, I would like to see him go out on top. As a Raider fan, I need Denver to be less of a competitior, so the Raiders can be in the playoffs.
He has seen his best days and he can go out on top!
yes. It's better to retire on a high note.
for his own health reasons, he should....that last injury and surgery could be life altering if he gets hit again....
I hope he does.
No, they should leave the guy alone. Just because he's 'x' age doesn't mean he should retire. Besides, any attention on him took away attention of the great job the team did.
It would be nice to leave just after a great high point like this.
That is a personal decision for him to make.