I vote ZERO.
He had an entire franchise built to his specifications in Indianapolis, and he was in his physical prime. He had lots of Pro Bowl talent around him, especially on offense. He got to play half of his games inside, where he didn't have to worry about the elements or get his jersey dirty.
All those advantages yielded ONE ring.
Now, he's old,coming off an injury, and going to a team with minimal talent. Sure, Denver plays in a weak division, so I'm aware he'll probably make the postseason.
But I can't see Manning winning any rings in Denver. Yeah, he'll pad his stats for a couple of years-that was always his primary talent, anyway. But there won't be any rings.
If anybody can tell me why I'm wrong-or right-I'm listening.
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