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Warchild
12-28-2011, 10:09 PM
Does anyone else think the white jerseys might help Eli locate receivers in the passing game? Thus we play better on the road?

scf424
12-28-2011, 10:11 PM
It didn't seem to help them last week.

It's all in the mind. If they focus, they can and will make the plays they're supposed to make (whether its a 5 yard curl or a deep post). If they don't focus, you end up dropping surefire touchdowns.

Martyr
12-28-2011, 10:14 PM
I really think they play better on the road for some reason. It seems our wideoutsand Eli play better away.less drops & more yards away from home

Weygand
12-29-2011, 01:49 AM
It sure as hell isn't the red ones.

dinz
12-29-2011, 07:59 AM
i like the red ones, and the giants seem to play better in whites ones with red striping, curiouswhat records are with blue and white uniforms

redjersies
12-29-2011, 11:32 PM
As someone who watched Eli play throughout his college career (since I went to his same school), I can tell you that he has always played well on the road. Basically, he plays the same whether home or away. In other words, I don't think he actually plays better on the road than at home, but he basically plays the same...which is highly unusual, in my opinion. I don't think the crowd gets to him at all. Also, he has always been good in the last two minutes of halves and in the fourth quarter. He mainly struggles a little to get started in the beginning of games, and he also seems to play very conservative when ahead...which at times can be a slight negative. Other than that, he was a magical quarterback during all the years I watched him.

Drystt
12-29-2011, 11:48 PM
Perhaps hostile environments make Eli perform better, thus his road game success over the years. The real mystery is why home games are more of a liability than an advantage.

Slunk3AM
12-29-2011, 11:56 PM
As someone who watched Eli play throughout his college career (since I went to his same school), I can tell you that he has always played well on the road. Basically, he plays the same whether home or away. In other words, I don't think he actually plays better on the road than at home, but he basically plays the same...which is highly unusual, in my opinion. I don't think the crowd gets to him at all. Also, he has always been good in the last two minutes of halves and in the fourth quarter. He mainly struggles a little to get started in the beginning of games, and he also seems to play very conservative when ahead...which at times can be a slight negative. Other than that, he was a magical quarterback during all the years I watched him.

Sounds accurate to me.

jjj45
12-30-2011, 12:01 AM
As someone who watched Eli play throughout his college career (since I went to his same school), I can tell you that he has always played well on the road. Basically, he plays the same whether home or away. In other words, I don't think he actually plays better on the road than at home, but he basically plays the same...which is highly unusual, in my opinion. I don't think the crowd gets to him at all. Also, he has always been good in the last two minutes of halves and in the fourth quarter. He mainly struggles a little to get started in the beginning of games, and he also seems to play very conservative when ahead...which at times can be a slight negative. Other than that, he was a magical quarterback during all the years I watched him.

Sounds accurate to me.Hey slunk, check your pm