Normally it might be a good thing, for Rams fans, that the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals both have major quarterback problems—but this year the NFC West's paucity of arms is complicated by Peyton Manning's pending availability with the Indianapolis Colts' successful Suck for Luck campaign. The good news, if you're worried about either squad getting their hands on the best quarterback ever, is that in Indianapolis the slagging of their long-time superstar has already begun.â†µ
Talking to Tony Kornheiser, Bob Kravitz, a columnist with the Star, says Manning's arm is presently noodle-y and possibly gone for good, and that Manning intentionally attempted to co-opt the Super Bowl with news that he was medically cleared to play.
Me? Manning's United Way PSA on Saturday Night Live rights a lot of wrongs, real or perceived, in my book. A shaky conspiracy theory about Manning's Super Bowl motivations and some second-hand stuff about his arm strength isn't enough to wipe out the best athlete turn in the history of SNL sketches.â†µ