Over the past decade, the name Peyton Manning has dominated the NFL’s top quarterback conversation, and he is arguably one the best to play at his position. Both as a New Orleans native and an Indianapolis Colts fan, I have closely evaluated his work up until this point in his career.
But last season I saw a change in his personality, on-field performance and attitude toward the game.
And by no means am I questioning Manning’s dedication, character or work ethic, but he’s starting to lose his moxie. Despite popular belief and structured arguments, Peyton Manning won’t be the best quarterback in 2011, and here’s why.