VIDEO: Peyton Manning's Next Team Could Surprise You

Now that the Indianapolis Colts have officially announced the departure of Peyton Manning we move onto the question everyone wants to know: where will he play in 2012? There are the favorites -- the Dolphins and Redskins -- and then there are some darkhorse candidates.

SB Nation's Brad Wells, who runs Stampede Blue, has a surprise candidate for Manning's next destination in SB Nation's latest YouTube offering:


The Broncos have been brought up by others and, while they're certainly not among the favorites, I can see why they'd be considered a dark horse candidate. John Elway was once an aging quarterback who managed to pull in a couple of Super Bowls.

Wells also brought up another good point: if Manning wins a Super Bowl with another team, is he the greatest quarterback of all time? He may not have the Super Bowl victories of a Tom Brady but winning it all with two teams would be very, very impressive.

Check out the full video above for more on the type of offense Manning will bring with him to his next team and just who that next team might be.

Check out the SB Nation Channel on YouTube

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