I always think of nice things but I never act on them.
The fact that this conversation is still happening shows how fickle and pathetic the media is. The fact that we're still even discussing the fact that Eli isn't elite on this board shows how easily we're pulled into a discussion that means nothing. This discussion is moot. Eli has nothing left to prove to anyone, except his team mates. All of our opinions of him, good or bad, don't mean jack squat.
Two time superbowl mvp and so many NFL and Giant's franchise records it's ridiculous. Anyone that doesn't believe he is elite is a bit delusional.
just my two cents.
i don't see where how many games played even comes into the equation about reaching 200 td's
it should be how many passes , not how many games played.
a QB in an offense that throws twice as often should reach any milestone twice as fast.
the marker should be pass attempts , not games played.
Last edited by stormblue; 11-27-2012 at 12:18 PM.
due to the fact that I am from the Woodstock generation ...
my opinions may be chemically enhanced and influenced by severe episodes of memory loss
In today's NFL, that number should be at least 2 to 1. All the best QB's always meet that standard (or come close)...except of course one.
Eli was better on sunday against Green Bay Packers but he still looked a little bit off. Eli missed a couple easy passes and lets hope he calms down and fixes that. I am a huge Eli fan and supporter but I would like to see some consistency from him.