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Mr. Grigson.....

As you embark on this roller coaster ride that is the Colts, I offer you my 0.02 worth of advice. First if he is healthy keep Peyton and ride that horse until he is done. Andrew Luck may be a great QB but go back to 1998 and remember the words of those same experts. "Ryan Leaf will be the next John Elway. Peyton Manning has already reached his peak and at best will be another Bernie Kosar." Words to remember. Second the following players need to ride of into the sunset. Jeff Saturday, Ryan Diem, Phillip Wheeler, Jerry Hughes, Dallas Clark, Joseph Addai, Gary Brackett, Melvin Bullit, and Curtis Painter. Third all coaches need to be relieved of their duties and bring in your own choices. Lastly trade the #1 pick and stockpile in both this and next years drafts to make sure that Peyton and the rest of the team are consistent playoff contenders next year and beyond. Do not listen to the naysayers who are saying Peyton is done because until the doctors can show completely that he will never regain his arm strength he is still the best QB in the NFL and I don't think you want to start off your legacy by being known as the GM who let Peyton Manning walk.

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