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    Did Eli run over Ian O'Connor's dog?

    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/stor...s-qb-tony-romo

    What a piece of trash article, Absolutely trashes Eli and then says Eli Padded his stats by driving down the field and making it a one score game with 2 minutes left and 2 time outs.

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    he didn't trash him really, he went on to say the giants expect more from a two time mvp. the problem is Eli didn't have a bad game we all know that drops and fumbles hurt us by the others . However all this elite and HOF talk you would think Eli would be the best QB on his home turf. I think that is what he was trying to say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harooni View Post
    he didn't trash him really, he went on to say the giants expect more from a two time mvp. the problem is Eli didn't have a bad game we all know that drops and fumbles hurt us by the others . However all this elite and HOF talk you would think Eli would be the best QB on his home turf.
    The Giants and Eli have actually been much better on the road. Only one of their 8 playoff wins came in the Meadowlands.

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    But it is so odd for a QB to play better on the road. Never really have seen this before. One thing is Eli has gotten way better over the years and looked pretty solid the whole game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harooni View Post
    But it is so odd for a QB to play better on the road. Never really have seen this before. One thing is Eli has gotten way better over the years and looked pretty solid the whole game.
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    another ****ty article from O'Connor. Conveniently overlooking the reality if your main reciever drops 3 easy catches a couple other guys with shocking drops, the O-line doin its best to get Eli killed and there's no running game for 3 qtrs what is it exactly Eli is at fault for? He was solid+ unspectacular, i'd have loved him to play better but he's the last source of blame for last night

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    this is why I avoid espn and all the so-called experts for the week after a loss, their overreaction kills me I can't take that crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajd4545 View Post
    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/stor...s-qb-tony-romo

    What a piece of trash article, Absolutely trashes Eli and then says Eli Padded his stats by driving down the field and making it a one score game with 2 minutes left and 2 time outs.
    I think the fact that Eli didn't part the Red Sea last night had the ancient Egyptians breathing a sigh of relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajd4545 View Post
    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/stor...s-qb-tony-romoWhat a piece of trash article, Absolutely trashes Eli and then says Eli Padded his stats by driving down the field and making it a one score game with 2 minutes left and 2 time outs.
    He really didn't have that bad a game for a guy that had only a micro second to throw the ball
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    Quote Originally Posted by miked1958 View Post
    He really didn't have that bad a game for a guy that had only a micro second to throw the ball
    And all the drops that would've resulted in first downs from his receivers. Kinda hard to be an elite QB when your team can't run, your D gives up big plays and even when you hit them in both hands your receivers don't want to catch the ball.

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