The decision day for the Indianapolis Colts and Peyton Manning on March 8 is looming large. Most expect the Colts to release Manning and with that a handful of teams to be interested in signing Manning. One of those teams rumored to have interest is the New York Jets, but as Jason La Canfora of NFL Network notes, that's not very realistic.
"I don't think it's very realistic at all," La Canfora said on NFL Total Access. "Talking to general managers and other people around the league, they don't think Tom Condon, Peyton's agent, will ultimately put him with the Jets. You would have the situation with him and (Eli Manning), and there's already that rivalry there. You have the tabloid culture in New York. You have a team that slipped, the running game wasn't there."
"You don't have a lot of playmakers there right now," La Canfora continued. "The defense slipped. And there will be other options, probably, that make more sense for Peyton Manning. I don't see it happening."