With two games to go, the Indianapolis Colts are 1-13 and on the brink of their worst season in franchise history.
It's a foregone conclusion that the Colts are on the fast track for the first pick in next year's draft. Although general manager Bill Polian could select someone other than Stanford's Andrew Luck, the chances of that happening are smaller than Kerry Collins' quarterback rating.
Manning and Luck on the same team? Can it really happen?
Manning's father, Archie, made comments on FOX Radio saying, "I don't think it'd necessarily be great for either one. I think Andrew's the type of mature player...he can walk right in."
That would seem to suggest that if the hapless Colts select Luck, there's a good possibility that Manning would be sent elsewhere.