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I can't remember if it was rayor or somebody that made the thread, but he was right
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All day.

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[quote name='Keith Moons Liver' timestamp='1358044413' post='2093619']
yeah, and dalton > cam, right?
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Dalton's played like hot garbage in the playoffs. No one says that with a straight face anymore except for the most delusional Bengals fans.

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Eli is as good as the team around him. When the Giants are good, he is good. When they are not, he is not. Peyton does tend to make a team better, although he also tends to get worse during the playoffs.

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Eli will not be in the HOF

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Regular season Peyton>>Eli
Playoffs Eli>Peyton

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There is zero and I mean zero chance that given the choice of the two QBs in their prime would any NFL front office choose Eli over Peyton. To argue that is insanity and you should not be allowed to watch pro football.
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Let's be real for a second. It didn't help that Peyton is at the end of his career playing in single digit weather. Flacco clearly had the better arm today.

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And Denver clearly had a worse defense. Their secondary play was terrible for most of the game.

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[quote name='L-TownCat' timestamp='1358044912' post='2093644']
There is zero and I mean zero chance that given the choice of the two QBs in their prime would any NFL front office choose Eli over Peyton. To argue that is insanity and you should not be allowed to watch pro football.
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That's ridiculous. Peyton at times like this is too smart for his own good. If he let the coaches do their job, he might have had more success in the postseason

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[img]http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/images/stories/large/2012/01/23/web_Peyton-vs-Eli-graph.jpg[/img]

The numbers for Peyton just got worse.

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[img]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-p7mmE2WxRqQ/TzGFKLMB2vI/AAAAAAAAAiw/O-Z41vsYqhU/s1600/mannings.JPG[/img]
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[quote name='beastson' timestamp='1358045496' post='2093658']


That's ridiculous. Peyton at times like this is too smart for his own good. If he let the coaches do their job, he might have had more success in the postseason
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First it's not rediculous. Second that "reason" you gave to disprove my comment has no bearing on the arguement. Peyton's command of the offense is why you take him. He's arguably the best OC in the league. Eli looks lost and confused unless he just threw a touchdown and even the he has that I-cant-believe-that-just-happened look.

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I'll take Peyton in the regular season, but Eli everyday all day in the playoffs.

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[quote name='L-TownCat' timestamp='1358045806' post='2093667']
First it's not rediculous. Second that "reason" you gave to disprove my comment has no bearing on the arguement. Peyton's command of the offense is why you take him. He's arguably the best OC in the league. Eli looks lost and confused unless he just threw a touchdown and even the he has that I-cant-believe-that-just-happened look.
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And how has that helped him in the Playoffs???

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Eli has the sandlot gene. When the game goes weird he's not worried. Peyton requires total command, and improvising is not his strong suit. I can see why Eli gets it done in the playoffs, where weird is the norm.

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[quote name='L-TownCat' timestamp='1358045806' post='2093667']
First it's not rediculous. Second that "reason" you gave to disprove my comment has no bearing on the arguement. Peyton's command of the offense is why you take him. He's arguably the best OC in the league. Eli looks lost and confused unless he just threw a touchdown and even the he has that I-cant-believe-that-just-happened look.
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What are you talking about dude. His performance in the playoffs are better than Peyton, no argument. You said command, command of what? Failures when it matter? Like audibling on that 3rd down. He's not an OC, he's a player. He should stick to that. Maybe he'll do better as an actual offensive coordinator

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[quote name='Kevin Greene' timestamp='1358045562' post='2093661']
[img]http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/images/stories/large/2012/01/23/web_Peyton-vs-Eli-graph.jpg[/img]

The numbers for Peyton just got worse.
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Yea, buy Eli only makes the playoffs every 3 years or so. :)

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[quote name='Davidson Deac II' timestamp='1358048957' post='2093740']
Yea, buy Eli only makes the playoffs every 3 years or so. :)
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Tough crowd.

In 7 years as a starter Eli has made the Playoffs 5 time with 2 Super Bowl wins.

[url="http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/playoffs.htm"]http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/nyg/playoffs.htm[/url]

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as a pure technician/student of the game/football knowledge it's peyton in a landslide

magical crunch time juice that puts lombardis in trophy cases and rings on fingers = eli

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[quote name='beastson' timestamp='1358044264' post='2093611']
I can't remember if it was rayor or somebody that made the thread, but he was right
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been saying that for several years now

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