Own his own team, start a movie career, drop a rap album? Vegas has you covered …

There's been a lot of speculation about whether Manning will retire after the upcoming Super Bowl, or what he'll do after: pull a "Michael Jordan" and start playing baseball, or pull a "Brett Favre" and play for the enemy and then sell Levi's jeans. Or become a rapper. 

Mostly, because he's old. Like, really old. Looking at this chart of the distribution of quarterbacks' ages, Peyton almost falls off the graph at the age of 39:

And we can totally understand wanting a little more safety in his job as he approaches middle age. The guy should be wearing polos and making dad jokes, not making this face while getting assaulted by giant men:

No one deserves that. Ever.

So we were psyched when a reporter's camera picked up a bit of dialogue between Manning and Bill Belichick after the Broncos defeated the Patriots this past Sunday. 

"Hey, listen, this might be my last rodeo. So, it sure has been a pleasure."

And we're totally okay with that. Just as long as they can secure him a Super Bowl ring (unlike last time they were there), we'll be 100 percent fine with Manning riding that golden bronco into the sunset.

But, more importantly, everyone is ready to gamble on nearly every aspect of the game, including what Peyton will do once he calls it. If you wanna make some money, here are all the official odds from Vegas. 

Odds to win Super Bowl 50
Carolina: 10/21
Denver: 7/4

Over-under on the final score: 45.5
Over-under on the score after the first quarter: 9.5
Over-under on the score at halftime: 22.5
Odds on the Super Bowl going to overtime: 7/1
Odds the Super Bowl winner returns to the Super Bowl next season: 7/3

Odds a kicker misses an extra point:
Graham Gano: 19/1
Brandon McManus: 25/1

Odds on which team gets more sacks:
Denver: 2/3
Carolina: 6/5

Odds on which team will force more turnovers:
Carolina: 5/7
Denver: 11/10

Odds of scoring a defensive TD:
Carolina: 2/1
Denver: 8/3

Odds to win Super Bowl MVP:
Cam Newton: 8/11
Peyton Manning: 4/1
Jonathan Stewart: 12/1
Von Miller: 18/1
Luke Kuechly: 18/1
Greg Olsen: 22/1
Emmanuel Sanders: 22/1
Demaryius Thomas: 25/1
Josh Norman: 28/1
C.J. Anderson: 28/1
DeMarcus Ware: 35/1
Ted Ginn Jr.: 40/1
Aqib Talib: 60/1
Owen Daniels: 80/1

Peyton Manning props:
Over-under passing yards: 218.5
Over-under TDs: 1
Over-under “Omaha” calls: 7.5.
Over-under number of overthrows: 2.5
Odds this is Manning’s last game in NFL: 1/9
Odds this is Manning’s last game as a Bronco: 1/13

Odds for what team (if any) Manning plays for next season:
Denver: 1/6
New York Jets: 15/1
L.A. Rams: 20/1
Indianapolis Colts: 25/1
Toronto Argonauts: 100/1

Odds Manning announces his retirement before the Super Bowl: 12/1
Odds Manning announces his retirement during post game press conference: 2/1
Odds Manning announces his retirement on The Players Tribune: 24/1
Odds Manning announces his retirement with a poem: 100/1
Odds Manning is part of the Super Bowl broadcast next season: 7/1

Odds on Peyton Manning’s future:
Odds that Manning becomes a broadcaster/TV analyst: 3/1
Odds that Manning becomes an NFL coach: 15/1
Odds that Manning becomes a college coach: 33/1
Odds that Manning begins a movie career: 50/1
Odds that Manning becomes a regular cast member on Saturday Night Live: 70/1
Odds that Manning has a one-man show on Broadway: 80/1
Odds that Manning starts his own commercial production company: 90/1
Odds that Manning stars in a pilot on television: 100/1
Odds that Manning records a rap album with Eli: 120/1
Odds that Manning buys an NFL franchise: 300/1

How is "rap album" above buying his own team? Oh, Vegas, you're so crazy.