How about right where he is. I know he's due a huge payment next spring if the Colts want to keep him, but that may depend on his health.
Trading him or trading the first draft pick to another team, to get much-needed players in other positions, may seem tempting.
But, a story I read compared Peyton to a used car with much good tread left on his tires, and who may still have more mileage to go..
Yes, he's been in with the Colts for 10+ years, but I wouldn't dismiss him so easily. He could help the Colts back to a winning streak and is a fan favorite that we dread losing.
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