At least at the moment this is written, we still don't know where Peyton Manning will either (1) play quarterback in the NFL or (2) continue to get treatment for his neck, worst-case scenario.
We do know he will not be going to the New York Jets. How do we know this? Because Jets Owner Woody Johnson said that they "passed on" Manning. And why would they do that? Because they love their current QB, Mark Sanchez, so much.
Meanwhile, others are obsessed with obtaining the future Hall of Famer (and we don't mean Sanchez). But only one will land the biggest fish in the free-agent sea. Who will the losers be and why? You know -- and you told us who and why -- to create this week's reader-generated list:
Top 10 Reasons My Team Won't Land Peyton
10. Seattle: "Seahawk officials can't understand it. They've been sitting all week, listening to the rain and waiting for the phone to ring," said Mike O. of Seattle.
9. Miami: "Manning can't possibly come because, if he did, it would mean owner Stephen Ross and GM Jeff Ireland did something right," said Mike N. of West Palm Beach, Fla.
8. Jets: "The Yankees offered Manning three times more than you did," said Nate M. of Lewisburg, Pa. (This actually makes more sense that saying you passed on him.)