Who is currently the most valuable player on the NFL free market?
I would have to go with Peyton Manning. He was clearly the most valuable player to the Colts. There is a difference between best and most valuable. I would definitely say Peyton brings so much more than just his physical ability. His knowledge of the game is tremendous, and he can change a team.
It's Peyton Manning without question. Guys like this don't come along in free agency that often. Outside of Manning and building on the previous statement, Mario Williams has to be number 2. You don't see a player at his age of his caliber available in the market too often.
by Pinkidilly 6 years ago
Do you think Peyton Manning is the best quarterback currently in the NFL? If so, why? If not,...why the heck not?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
enterprise- capitalist system while many CONSERVATIVES do?
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
Some say that capitalism pretty much causes *hell on earth*. How could we bring about *heaven on earth*, instead?
by Dave McClure 7 years ago
Here's what happens if you let the free market determine working conditions:http://paranormal-hotel.blogspot.com/20 … -doha.htmlPlease be careful what you ask for, folks!
by John Holden 4 years ago
Is it not hypocritical and contradictory to demand free markets when firstly the UK and then the US rose to world dominance in manufacturing with extremely protected markets?Even now those who shout loudest in favour of free markets don't really want them - they still really want protectionism.
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
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