Will Peyton Manning ride off into the sunset with a Super Bowl win?

Neil and Sam talk about Peyton Manning's career so far, and discuss whether or not this Super Bowl will be his last game.

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(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

Will Peyton Manning ride off into the sunset with a Super Bowl win?

Sam Monson and Neil Hornsby discuss the parallels between John Elway and Peyton Manning and the possibility of Manning walking away after a win in Super Bowl 50.

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  • Greg Fuderer

    we don’t know. depends on how he does in houston next year.

  • McGeorge

    I hope Manning retires as he’s greatly declined.
    Will he get a Super Bowl win against the Panthers?
    Its possible but unlikely. It will take some lucky breaks like a muffed punt return, and a fumble on a run. Or Cam taking a big hit while running and land the wrong way.

  • crashby89

    I certainly hope so. I started watching football in 1996 and being from Indiana of course I was a Colts fan. He was my QB for 12 years and my 2nd QB for another 4. It’s going to be a sad day for me and football as a whole when he does retire.

  • crosseyedlemon

    Peyton already has his ticket for Canton punched, is financially secure and has left an indelible mark in the record books so the time is right for him to step away from the game he contributed so many great moments to.

  • Backinmd

    Win or lose think Payton will retire…One or the best QB to ever play …A walk-in to the HOF – 1st ballet …Not a big Panthers fan but think they will win ..It’s there year – just like NO a few years back ..Think the Panthers will gradually wear them down offensively and have at least three, four long drives .. Cam Newton is on fire this year and has really improved the past two, three years …

  • Mr Bill

    Love to see Payton retire on top, but the Panthers are the best team overall. The QB is darn good also