Peyton Manning apparently has a new home. The quarterback has reportedly instructed his agent to begin negotiations with the Denver Broncos in a move that would alter the balance of power in the AFC West if it's true. Manning's decision will have a ripple effect across the NFL: What the Broncos should do with Tim Tebow? Have the 49ers ruined their relationship with Alex Smith? And just what have the Dolphins been thinking during this entire ordeal? It should be lots of fun to see how it all plays out.


A good fit?

Manning will look awful strange in Broncos colors, but we're sure fans in Denver will get over the brief visual incongruity if it leads to dozens of passing touchdowns.

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Is Peyton Manning a good fit for the Broncos?

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Expectations of Manning?

After missing the 2011 season with a neck injury, Manning is looking to prove to all of football that he is still an elite quarterback.

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How will Peyton Manning's numbers this year compare to his averages over the past four seasons (4,310 yards, 31 TDs, 14 INTs)?

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Trade Tebow?

Tim Tebow could make a good backup for Manning, but should the Broncos trade him to a team that needs a fresh start at quarterback?

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What should the Broncos do with Tim Tebow?

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Smith's fate?

The 49ers seem willing to let Alex Smith sign elsewhere, despite the quarterback's emergence in 2011.

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Did the 49ers do irreparable damage to their relationship with Alex Smith in their pursuit of Peyton Manning?

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