The Denver Post reported that Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is back to wearing a glove.
I'm not sure how I feel about a quarterback that keeps switching the way he needs to throw the ball. Perhaps he didn't like what he saw on tape in the preseason or perhaps he just likes the way he throws the football with the glove now.
Personally, I am quite anxious to see how Manning looks over the first few weeks. It will go a long way in helping me determine which Manning we're going to see this season. The stud who threw a bunch of touchdowns earlier last season or the old injured quarterback who stumbled into the postseason.
Anyone out there have any thoughts on Manning heading into Week 1?
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