Fair enough on Freeman. The eight points his completion percentage dropped from 2011 to 2012 are concerning, but I'm still not ready to give up on him. You could talk me into Alex Smith over Freeman for next season, depending on the makeup of the team around him. I don't know that I'd trust Vick enough to be healthy for an entire season, especially after the beating he took this year, so no way I'd take him over Freeman for 2013. Freeman's mobility is an interesting point though. During his dynamite sophomore campaign, Freeman rushed for 364 yards, behind Vick but ahead of Rodgers for the lead in QB rushing yards. In the two seasons since then, he has rushed for 377 yards combined. I'm not sure if he had a coach in his ear telling him not to run, or wanted to prove he was a pocket passer, but his interceptions have jumped in each year he decided to run less. He has above average mobility for his size and I think it'd be in his best benefit to use it, especially around the goal line (0 rushing touchdowns this season).
We still disagree on Wilson. You said that defenses will adjust to the option offense and force Wilson to stay in the pocket more going forward. I cannot disagree, but is that a bad thing?
Concerning Peyton Manning, have you seen the Broncos schedule for next season? More cake. Another 12 or so wins doesn't really seem that hard with the likes of the Jaguars, Titans and Eagles making visits to Mile High Stadium. Also, if Rahim Moore is playing a couple yards back, he probably breaks up that 3rd down bomb to Jacoby Jones and Denver gets past Baltimore. I'm not ready to give up on him for a full season just yet.