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NFL Draft 2011: Why the Colts Should Not Draft a Replacement for Peyton Manning
With all the speculation involving Peyton Manning and the rest of his career, many fans and writers have taken to analyzing quarterbacks in the 2011 draft, searching for the possible replacement for Manning.
Among viable options for the Colts have been Collin Kaepernick of Nevada and TCU's Andy Dalton, largely due to the fact that the Colts have worked out both of those.
Despite the fact that the Colts have worked out these players, that does not mean that they are looking for a replacement for Peyton Manning, nor should they be.
It makes no sense for the Colts to look for a replacement for Peyton Manning in this year's draft. As a fan, I would be shocked and disappointed if the Colts drafted a quarterback to be Peyton's heir in the 2011 draft.
Peyton Manning is about to sign a five to six year deal with the Colts, likely his last contract. To draft a replacement now would be ...
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