I read the other day that Peyton Manning turned down a $20 Million offer from ESPN to be an analyst on Monday Night Football.
That's crazy money to turn down 16 weeks of work.
It's also crazy to turn down a job I am sure Manning would have been good at. No, strike that. He would have been great at.
The guy was literally a coach on the field and was so aware of his opposition that it would have been fascinating to see how he dissected plays before and after they were executed.
With this news of Manning not taking up the job, the best analyst remains Tony Romo. He does exactly what I wrote above about dissecting plays before and after they happen.