Eli Manning Is The New...

Eli Manning Is The New...

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Eli is my hero

he defeated evil

Exactly. Had the Pacheats won, it would have been a devastating blow to the NFL. Free agency was designed to prevent dynasties and to give teams from places like Buffalo, New Orleans and Jacksonville the same chance to win it all as teams from New York, Chicago and Boston... To have not only had a "dynasty", but to also have a perfect season would've seriously affected the competitive balance of the league in a negative way.
 
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I don't see the need for the comparisons but Chris Behrman sure thinks he resembles a young Joe Willie Namath.
Seeing your handle got me thinking: Do you think E & P winning back-to-back Super Bowls helps Archie's chances of getting enshrined in Canton, OH??
 

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Phil Simms. If the Eli we saw the past couple of months survives the rest of his career he is

1. efficient enough to keep you in games and not lose them the first 3 quarters

2. good enough to win the game in the 4th or on that final drive

QBs like that usually don't enter many "All-time best" discussions...but they do win Super Bowls.
 
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