Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.com reported last night during NBC's Football Night in America that even if he doesn't play again in 2015, the future Hall of Famer intends to play in 2016, even if it's not with the Broncos. The question is, should he?

Without Manning under center Sunday against the Bears, the Broncos won 17-15 with Brock Osweiler who finished the day with 250 yards and two scores. Early Monday afternoon, Head Coach, Gary Kubiak announced Osweiler would get the starting nod over Manning for the team's prime time match up against New England on Sunday Night while Manning continues to deal with his foot injury.

As everyone knows, outside of the Sunday Night match up against the Packers a few weeks back, Peyton Manning has not looked like Peyton Manning nearly the entire season, and if we're being honest, he didn't look like Peyton Manning toward the end of last season either. Age has caught up with Manning, he's more susceptible to injury now than he's ever been, and as we all know, you can't turn back the hands of time.

Ideally, Manning would hoist the Lombardi Trophey in February and ride off into the sunset, but that's looking less and less likely to happen. You could make a convincing argument that Manning and his 17 interceptions have been more of a hindrance to his team's success, and if it weren't for a lights out defense in the first half of the season, this could be a .500 team or worse.

Manning's going to do what Manning wants to do. Personally, I think it's time to read the writing on the wall, listen to your body, and hang it up for good. But that's just my humble opinion. What do you think? Cast your vote in our poll below.

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