VIDEO: SB Nation Arizona's Even-Handed Plea To Peyton Manning

Although many teams would like to think they're still in the hunt for the services of quarterback Peyton Manning, only a few likely candidates realistically remain. One of the teams with a shot at courting America's darling is the Arizona Cardinals. Manning visited the Cardinals' headquarters on Sunday, so our very own SB Nation Arizona felt the time was right to enlist some famous Arizona faces and make a public plea for Manning to choose their lovely state.

SB Nation Arizona's open letter to Manning is below, and includes in-depth testimonials from Phoenix Suns players Grant Hill and Jared Dudley, Arizona Diamondbacks players Justin Upton and Daniel Hudson and plenty of fan-on-the-street comments, from Arizonans inexplicably wearing costumes.

With in-depth and well-reasoned arguments like these, it's hard to see how Peyton could resist. The video features a heart-wipe, for crying out loud! You think Miami is going to put that much effort into anything, fella? Think again.

For much more on Arizona sports, please visit SB Nation Arizona.

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