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Raptor22
12-12-2011, 01:09 PM
As of right now:

Eli Manning owns 60% of NYG 4,000 yard seasons
Eli is 1 4th quarter TD away from owning the single season record for 4th quarter TD's

Finally, Eli Manning (New York Football Giants quarterback) just needs to average 327 yards per game for the rest of the season to surpass Dan Marino in passing yards for a single season.

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juice33s
12-12-2011, 01:24 PM
He has been the New York Giants this season. With out Manning we'd be the Colts

DEgiants89
12-12-2011, 01:33 PM
if he gets 5000+ yards....wow...Peyton hasn't even done that right?

Down-lifer
12-12-2011, 02:27 PM
He's a great QB! He's been great since the 2007 playoff run, now he's just Amazing!

TuckYou
12-12-2011, 02:33 PM
Finally, Eli Manning (New York Football Giants quarterback) just needs to average 327 yards per game for the rest of the season to surpass Dan Marino in passing yards for a single season.


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What is even more crazy is, he has a shot to break that record, and still wind up 4th in passing yards THIS SEASON! </P>


Brees, Brady and Rodgers are all ahead of Eli in yards right now. </P>

bELIeve_in_Giants
12-12-2011, 02:33 PM
He has been the New York Giants this season. With out Manning we'd be the Colts
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Makes the argument that he'll never be his brother be less convincing.</P>

jaygoon
12-12-2011, 03:49 PM
only 2 people in NFL history have broken 5000 yards passing, record holder Dan Marino and Drew Brees fell short by about 10 yards.

fansince69
12-12-2011, 04:29 PM
Finally, Eli Manning (New York Football Giants quarterback) just needs to average 327 yards per game for the rest of the season to surpass Dan Marino in passing yards for a single season.


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What is even more crazy is, he has a shot to break that record, and still wind up 4th in passing yards THIS SEASON! </p>


Brees, Brady and Rodgers are all ahead of Eli in yards right now. </p>

This exactly why it is hard to compare players from one era to the next because the game changes so much.All of the rule changes always benefit the offense and it now has become a game of who has the ball last usually wins.

Bottom line you have 4 people that will break a record.....seems to me that kind of diminishes the accomplishment.Reminds me of when everyone started hitting home-runs,all of a sudden everyone hits 50/yr........Kind of makes you wonder what happened.