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    [quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <font color="#0000ff" size="4">So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </font>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</p>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</p>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</p>[/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.

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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]

    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <font color="#0000ff" size="4">So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </font>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the* 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</p>


    Cruz was in single coverage.* the safety came over after the ball had been caught.* There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations.* And he's earned it.* He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</p>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz.* he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it.* It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</p>[/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked.* right after he spun* he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]the resemblance of that play to the tyree catch freaked me a bit. Eli rolled to opposite side and catch was not as difficult , but wow

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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing </P>
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play </P>
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play by </P>
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play by botht </P>
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play by both </P>
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    Re: THEE NYG SWAG THREAD

    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play by both Eli and </P>
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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"]“He’s had a lot of great seasons,” coach Tom Coughlin replied when asked if this was Manning’s best. “We will wait and see and talk about that one.”

    But here’s why there’s no need to wait and see:

    • Manning shattered his own franchise record by throwing for 4,933 yards.

    • He broke the NFL record for fourth-quarter touchdown passes with 15.

    • He threw 29 touchdowns -- the second-most of his career.

    • Even more impressive, he threw 16 interceptions in 589 attempts -- nine fewer INTs than last season.

    • He also completed 61 percent of his passes and finished with a 92.3 QB rating.


    <FONT color=#0000ff size=4>So who is right, Morehead or Matt? </FONT>
    [/quote]

    its not about th enumbers for moorehead...

    he doesn't see Eli chucking balls up or throwing into coverages anymore

    and when he does, its "okay"
    [/quote]a GREAT example was his hail mary on third and long to cruz in the 4th quarter into double coverage, luckily it was an amazing throw and catch and the safety was late. im trying to find a highlight, that was huuuuge play. we couldnt afford to go three and out again. it wouldve given dallas so much momentum
    [/quote]

    no that was okay because it was Cruz in single coverage

    (he already said taht this morning)
    [/quote]yea nm the saftey looked closer in real life
    [/quote]</P>


    Cruz was in single coverage. the safety came over after the ball had been caught. There is no question that Eli has confidence in Cruz in those situations. And he's earned it. He goes up and fights for the ball like Steve Smith does (Carolina, of course)</P>


    That was actually a great play by both Eli and Cruz. he spun away, saw Cruz singled up and made a good throw with a lot on it. It wasn't a paniced throw in the face of a pass rush.</P>


    [/quote]yes i admitted i was wrong.

    but i think eli was panicked. right after he spun he chucked it. just because hes panicked doesnt mean he cant throw a great ball.
    [/quote]</P>


    lol, i thought he did that too, but on the replay, once he started moving, i think he already knew what he was gonna do, but he did stop and look first after he spun around.</P>


    amazing play by both Eli and Cruz!</P>
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