Intelligence on the field does not automatically make you a good coach, coordinator or GM. My own opinion is why would he take a position that takes up even more time that he spent being a QB? I just think he has too much other things going on in his life and his kids are getting older. He has made the statement his family comes before football and I believe him. If he does get back into football it would be in broadcasting IMO.
GM? That just doesn't make any sense to me. His football intelligence is soo high, however, that he could easily turn into a top QB coach or even more probably, an elite OC. That is what you want Peyton for, I promise you.
I'm a Stanford guy and obviously am very partial to CMac.... but, I'm with Superman on this.... I don't see him as an every down back. I think he's a premier 2nd back, your change of pace back, a specialist.
He can do anything you want.... but I think he'd be best in a game where he gets 10-15 touches, and that includes punt and kicker turns plus catches plus carries.....
Being an every down back in the NFL is much different than being an every down back in college, especially when you're likely going to be 5'10" 1/2 and 205 max.
I'd love for the Colts to be able to draft him in the 2nd round, but not with the intention of making him the #1 back.