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Dungy says what I've always believed about No. 16 turned 18.
Tony Dungy coached Peyton Manning for seven seasons in Indianapolis and gave him wide leeway to call the plays, run the offense and generally act like a coach on the field. But Dungy doesnt think Manning could ever be a coach on the sideline.
Perhaps Manning’s biggest problem as a coach would be that he wouldn’t be able to run an offense that didn’t have Peyton Manning as its quarterback.
Peyton will be an owner long before he'll ever be a coach
He'll be a GM.
This post was edited by VFL4Life 16 months ago
I disagree. I think Peyton will coach some day and be one of the best every. He is too competitive to do anything else.
So how come you know him better than his coach for seven seasons? Not flaming, just curious.
Dang Rockytop, you just broke my heart.
BUTCH IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. GO VOLS!
He would be an offensive coordinator or quarterbacks coach
I don't think Peyton will ever take a job making only a few hundred grand. Why would he?
I've always been intrigued by the idea of Peyton Manning coaching. I think with some adjusting he would make a great coach. However I see him going the route of working in a front office as a GM, probably go the same route as Elway.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama" "Grit N Grind"
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