Peyton Manning seemed to get old really fast in the second half of the season.
And when he refused to commit to returning to the Denver Broncos next season in the wake of a home upset loss to the Colts, speculation ran rampant – is Peyton Manning going to retire?
The odds, at least those set this morning by Bodog, suggest not.
They set the ‘no’ answer as a big -700 favorite position (wager $70 to win $10) with the ‘yes’ as a 4-1 underdog bet (bet $10 and win $40).
Reports Monday however indicated the future Hall of Famer played with a torn quad muscle, although its not clear how long he has suffered with the injury. He has not been the same player since November, after another torrid first half when he defied Father Time again.
See the latest Peyton Manning odds for a chance to bet on whether he will retire before the start of the 2015 season.
SPECIAL – Will Peyton Manning retire before game 1 of the 2015 Regular Season?