Everyone has different views on the subject and I'd equally criticize and make jokes about Eli if someone asked him for advice on sliding with the football.
The Wonderlic doesn't just measure intelligence and learning ability. Behavior is a big part of the test as well and I'd say such a certain subject is more about one's personal perception of the world around them than cold hard facts.He was diagnosed with a 6 on his wonderlIc. My 11 year old daughter can score higher than that.
Edit: Is it in fact confirmed that MM has a legit learning disability? If that is the case, I just find it hard to believe we would draft someone with a disability to be apart of this type of offense.
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1. Eric Ebron, TE, UNC
2. David Yankey, G, Stanford
3. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
4. Kareem Martin, DE, UNC
5. Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
6. De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon
Mario is too dumb to know what Eli is thinking anyway, thus why he isn't here
Good thing he never understood the offense. Don't get me wrong, I loved Manningham when he was here and I honestly hope he does well in San Fran (just not against us), but reading defenses and book smarts aren't his thing.
And I wouldn't be worried about Plax giving intel to an opposing team about Eli. The man shot himself in the leg, how smart can he be?
What's with all this Manningham hate in this thread?
The guy was nothing but a good Giant, dimwitted at times, but he did more good than bad. He didn't go to a rival team or anything, he just signed with the 49ers because that was the best move for him. I personally like the guy as a person and a player and hope he does well in San Fran (not on Sunday though).