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Friday, October 24, 2014

Peyton Manning favored to sign with Dolphins if he does not retire

Peyton Manning is recovering from neck surgery and says he’ll be medically cleared and ready to play next season. Other reports say Manning is struggling to get healthy and that he is likely to retire. Given all the uncertainty about his status, sports books have shied from setting odds on his future. Until now.

Cal-Neva sportsbook was brave enough to set odds on where Peyton Manning will be next season (his living room couch is a favorite). Here are the odds (and percent chance), as shared by RJ Bell of Pregame.com:

    Retire – 5:2 (20%, +250)
    Dolphins – 5:2 (20%, +250)
    Redskins – 3:1 (17%, +300)
    Colts – 4:1 (14%, +400)
    Jets – 5:1 (11%, +500)
    Cardinals – 25:1 (3%, +2500)
    Broncos – 25:1 (3%, +2500)
    49ers – 40:1 (2%, +4000)
    Titans – 50:1 (1.5% +5000)
    Chiefs – 50:1 (1.5% +5000)
    Texans – 75:1 (1%, +7500)
    Field – 10:1 (6%, +1000)

I think Peyton tries to play next season, and I’m not sure why the Dolphins would go after him. If they’re wise, they’ll sign Matt Flynn who played in new head coach Joe Philbin’s system. The Redskins and Jets seem like good spots if he wants to win — they both have good defenses and just need a quarterback.



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