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All we want for Christmas is Peyton Manning to save the miserable Broncos – The Denver Post

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Is there a chance that Peyton Manning will become general manager of the Broncos? This decision would certainly put an end to the advantages of the private office and the entourage of Mr. Entitled. And Manning would hire someone great to train him! Maybe the Walton family could give him a 25% stake in the team. Well, I must be dreaming.

Polly, wishing for a star

Kiz: While I dream of Peyton Manning rescuing the Broncos, I think he’s too busy building a media empire in an effort to get rich enough to buy his own NFL franchise. Joining forces with the Walton family now, when his first task might be to drive Russell Wilson out of Denver, seems like a dirty job that Manning would be wise to avoid.

I predict nine or 10 wins for the Buffs in 2022. Quarterback Shedeur Sanders is a Heisman Trophy finalist! Deion Sanders is National Coach of the Year!

Matt McChesney, Buff For Life

Kiz: Did that Prime thing get us all high at Rocky Mountain? I don’t know if Sanders can fulfill all of the Buffs’ dreams. But I wouldn’t be surprised if CU is the first 1-11 team in history to earn the top 25 votes in the Associated Press preseason poll.

If Sanders’ first public appearance at a CU basketball game is any indication, when he showed up in sunglasses, a hat and a hoodie for an indoor event, his tenure will be full of double standards. Do not mistake yourself. It is an excellent rental. But there are main rules. And then there are rules for everyone.

David, room monitor

Kiz: Alabama coach Nick Saban is the king of college football. But when CU athletic director Rick George gave Sanders a big stage, Coach Prime instantly became the loudest, glitziest brand in the game. A shadow football program jumped straight into the spotlight . Buffs will glow or be exposed. Pass the popcorn.

Your Wisdom, I’m sorry to report that this isn’t the first time CU and their fanbase have gone crazy over a football coach. Perhaps most idol worshipers today are too young to remember Chuck Fairbanks. Perhaps you can write a brief history of the “Fairbanks era” to deflate the gushing.

Rodney, keep rockin’

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