You had to see this coming, right?
This isn't pure conjecture at this point—the Denver Broncos are obviously interested in the future Hall of Fame quarterback. After all, they were the first team to host Peyton Manning after he was released by the Indianapolis Colts.
While there is something to say about loyalty as it relates to Tim Tebow, the Broncos need to think about this situation logically. Is Manning a better quarterback at this point in his career than Tebow? If the answer to this question is yes, then Denver should definitely bring the veteran signal-caller in.
As much as I respect what Tebow did for Denver last season, he isn't better than Manning—it really is that simple.
Manning would make everyone on the Broncos offense better. When healthy, he has the ability to get the ball to the outside on a rope, which would do wonders for their young receiving corps. He would also make the Broncos running game click more, as teams couldn't throw seven or eight into the box on every play.
This would open up the offense a great deal, making Denver serious contenders in the AFC.
Now, the larger question in this equation would have to do with Tebow. Would the Broncos entertain trade offers for the young quarterback?
Let's not put the cart before the proverbial horse, Denver is going to have ample competition when it comes to signing Manning.
If they do, watch out NFL.
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