NFL Peyton Manning wants to run NFL Team (1 Viewer)

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Idk.
Do know I love the guy. He always comes across as a very funny person. Wish him success wherever he ends up landing as an exec.
 

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I mean there is a big Manning connection, but I don't know about this. Seems gimmicky.
 

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Peyton Manning is bored at home just like the rest of us. I don’t think he has what it takes to run an NFL team. Let him run a team like the Jaguars. He’ll quit after 3 years. Every system is different. I like the Saints system but it works because of the individuals in the front office working seamlessly with Payton. What does Manning bring besides being a former player?
 

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Peyton Manning is bored at home just like the rest of us. I don’t think he has what it takes to run an NFL team. Let him run a team like the Jaguars. He’ll quit after 3 years. Every system is different. I like the Saints system but it works because of the individuals in the front office working seamlessly with Payton. What does Manning bring besides being a former player?
an ego the size of the dome. superdome, not his head.
 

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If we were losing then I'd be for it. But we have a good coach, and their egos would probably not co-exist. Payton needs an expert bean-counter as a GM, which we have.
 

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Hell, he already ran the Colts for a few years.

But not here. In Mrs. B/Loomis/Payton I trust.
 

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If we were losing then I'd be for it. But we have a good coach, and their egos would probably not co-exist. Payton needs an expert bean-counter as a GM, which we have.
When this staff, administration and ownership is done, retires...etc., there is a plan in place for the Mannings in many ways, along with many other prominent local prominent money folks, to be the heirs of the organization.
 

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No team will give him an ownership interest. And based on current experience level, there are a 100 people more qualified to run a team than Manning. I realize San Francisco hired a totally inexperienced Lynch to run a team so it can happen. But it doesn't happen often. And forget about ownership interest unless he were part of a group buying a team.
 

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We have a great owner as is, she is a true Saint.

We have great personel and a great coaching staff in place.

But I wouldn't mind Cooper handeling the Team Spirit Department; Cooper Manning is a riot.
 

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