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    Stats prove everything.... Just the best by a mile quarterback in the NFL.
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    05 Oct '08 20:41
    Originally posted by dicky
    Stats prove everything.... Just the best by a mile quarterback in the NFL.
    Eli is good, but his brother is better.
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    05 Oct '08 20:47
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    Eli is good, but his brother is better.
    The most offensive yards in the first half this season..... Reports suggest that the Seahawks were shellshocked...
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    05 Oct '08 23:26
    Originally posted by dicky
    The most offensive yards in the first half this season..... Reports suggest that the Seahawks were shellshocked...
    reports also say seahawks have no good secondary and this trend will continue 😞
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    06 Oct '08 05:23
    Originally posted by irontigran
    reports also say seahawks have no good secondary and this trend will continue 😞
    They're on the fins' schedule this year, great!! 🙂
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    06 Oct '08 05:50
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    They're on the fins' schedule this year, great!! 🙂
    I bet the 'Hawks don't get 120 yards passing against 'em.🙂
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    06 Oct '08 06:21
    Originally posted by PinkFloyd
    I bet the 'Hawks don't get 120 yards passing against 'em.🙂
    Time will tell.. sweet parity comes into play with lots of play left!!!
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    06 Oct '08 12:53
    Originally posted by dicky
    Stats prove everything.... Just the best by a mile quarterback in the NFL.
    i watched this game on sky sports last night... loved the running of big Brandon Jacobs ... he is one big load!
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    06 Oct '08 13:05
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    Eli is good, but his brother is better.
    I think the torch is slowly being handed off to Eli. Peyton is still one of the best but if the Giants can pull off another Championship (I know it's early) we'll all have to seriously consider who truly is the better Manning brother.
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    06 Oct '08 14:48
    Originally posted by darvlay
    I think the torch is slowly being handed off to Eli. Peyton is still one of the best but if the Giants can pull off another Championship (I know it's early) we'll all have to seriously consider who truly is the better Manning brother.
    Don't misunderstand me...the projections have always been that Eli will be better than Peyton. I am not sure whether that will happen or not, but I believe that Peyton is the best in the business still. The sign of a great QB is not how many gaudy stats they put up on the board, but rather the wins from the gut. Snatching victories from the jaws of defeat. Look at what Peyton did yesterday, albeit against the Texans. The team sputters all day, but he has the will to win. Brett Farve is the same way. While they are both grizzled veterans and Eli is the up and comer, for my money today, I would rather have the veteran. The future obviously rests in Eli, but I am not ready to let him have the throne yet.
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    06 Oct '08 15:06
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    Don't misunderstand me...the projections have always been that Eli will be better than Peyton. I am not sure whether that will happen or not, but I believe that Peyton is the best in the business still. The sign of a great QB is not how many gaudy stats they put up on the board, but rather the wins from the gut. Snatching victories from the jaws of defe ...[text shortened]... veteran. The future obviously rests in Eli, but I am not ready to let him have the throne yet.
    I understand and agree for the most part.

    Peyton made some beauty throws yesterday in the fourth quarter but if it wasn't for Sage Rosenfels thinking he was John Elway, there's no way the Colts win that game. Too bad for the Texans. 🙁

    In my opinion, I think Brady's number one in the league and best in the business.
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    08 Oct '08 17:47
    Originally posted by darvlay
    I understand and agree for the most part.

    Peyton made some beauty throws yesterday in the fourth quarter but if it wasn't for Sage Rosenfels thinking he was John Elway, there's no way the Colts win that game. Too bad for the Texans. 🙁

    In my opinion, I think Brady's number one in the league and best in the business.
    I agree with your analysis.
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    14 Oct '08 04:04
    Originally posted by dicky
    Stats prove everything.... Just the best by a mile quarterback in the NFL.
    I think they forgot to read Eli's stats in Cleveland. 😕
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    The old Eli was back; three awful interceptions (two in the red zone and one on the first play of the second half) and a fumble also inside the red zone that was (luckily) negated by an illegal contact. People tend to forget that Eli turned the ball over 27 times last year. He's still a work in progress and nowhere near the QB his brother is (and this is from as fanatical a Giant fan as you can get).
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    14 Oct '08 15:33
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    The old Eli was back; three awful interceptions (two in the red zone and one on the first play of the second half) and a fumble also inside the red zone that was (luckily) negated by an illegal contact. People tend to forget that Eli turned the ball over 27 times last year. He's still a work in progress and nowhere near the QB his brother is (and this is from as fanatical a Giant fan as you can get).
    I'm already not liking the Manning bros..

    ennui, ad nauseum! wrong teams
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