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Thread: Phil Simms: "No, Eli Is Not One Of The Elites....."

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    Off topic...but I wanted everybody to see this. This is my son and he has spent the week helping the NYPD. I hope this gains me some brownie points around here...


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    Quote Originally Posted by stormblue View Post
    well , Simms had to watch and call that Bengals game on national tv.
    i didn't see anything even closely related to "game manager" let alone elite.

    and even though i think Simms ( who isn't elite either) should STFU about ELI ......he is still right.
    i just wish he would steer clear of the subject.
    That was Simms' chance to take a shot, hit him while he is down.

    Where was he when Eli was hoisting Lombardies ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygfanmaybe View Post
    Off topic...but I wanted everybody to see this. This is my son and he has spent the week helping the NYPD. I hope this gains me some brownie points around here...

    He won't get any from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gimaniac View Post
    That was Simms' chance to take a shot, hit him while he is down.

    Where was he when Eli was hoisting Lombardies ?
    Exactly, and for the people saying Simms was better because he had a better o-line LAWL.

    Someone forgot the 1986 Giants. Eli won both SB's with his back against the wall, we stumbled into the playoffs and had to rely on him being clutch. Simms wasn't clutch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIPSET_ALL_DAY View Post
    Exactly, and for the people saying Simms was better because he had a better o-line LAWL.

    Someone forgot the 1986 Giants. Eli won both SB's with his back against the wall, we stumbled into the playoffs and had to rely on him being clutch. Simms wasn't clutch.
    You know after all 60+ pages of this thread i dont think the "clutch" factor was brought in yet.... amazing - I think you guaranteed another 10 pages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    You know after all 60+ pages of this thread i dont think the "clutch" factor was brought in yet.... amazing - I think you guaranteed another 10 pages.
    Who was "clutch"? Eli or Simms? No contest! Eli wins hands down. Two come from behind SB wins because our rotten defense can't hold a lead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygfanmaybe View Post
    Off topic...but I wanted everybody to see this. This is my son and he has spent the week helping the NYPD. I hope this gains me some brownie points around here...

    He serves them the doughnuts? I'll take some to go please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIPSET_ALL_DAY View Post
    Exactly, and for the people saying Simms was better because he had a better o-line LAWL.

    Someone forgot the 1986 Giants. Eli won both SB's with his back against the wall, we stumbled into the playoffs and had to rely on him being clutch. Simms wasn't clutch.
    Was 4th and 17 clutch?

    And let's not compare SB42 with SB46. Eli was two completely different players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    You know after all 60+ pages of this thread i dont think the "clutch" factor was brought in yet.... amazing - I think you guaranteed another 10 pages.
    Yeah, I jumped right on that and hit him with just one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roosevelt View Post
    Was 4th and 17 clutch?

    And let's not compare SB42 with SB46. Eli was two completely different players.
    Eli Manning won those SuperBowls with two completely different sets of receivers, that is very impressive.

    Eli Manning was purely brilliant in SuperBowl XLVI. He bailed the defense out again and again. He slowed the game down when our defense was gasping for breath and about to get blown out.

    Eli Manning knew our defense couldn’t stop Tom Brady that day so he stopped him by keeping him on the sidelines.

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