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    Post Season Career Passer Rating

    Saw a stat going into this playoff where Eli's post season passer rating was better than his brother and Tom Brady.

    Added to that is Eli's 8-3 playoff winning percentage...more remarkable given the 8 wins are on the road.

    Peyton Manning considered one of best "regular season" QBs of all-time...has a losing record in the playoffs.

    I make that distinction because the there is an interesting dichtomy with the Mannings....one is regarded as one of the great Qbs of all time and the other a very good Qb who some will say is very inconsistent.

    Yet, in the playoffs it is the total reverse...one is dominant and the other has a mediocre record.

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    Peyton has been in 20 playoff games. Check Eli's stats after he has been in that many or even close to that many.
    Not knocking either player......just sayin'......
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    Eli has just 1 less win than Peyton. Peyton also has played most of his playoff games at home and in a dome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markroman View Post
    Eli has just 1 less win than Peyton. Peyton also has played most of his playoff games at home and in a dome.
    yep I know....just adding to your comments.
    The whole dome thing is overatted IMO. If it was such and advantage why has Peyton won more playoff games there??
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    yep I know....just adding to your comments.
    The whole dome thing is overatted IMO. If it was such and advantage why has Peyton won more playoff games there??
    The "whole dome thing" is surely not overrated for piling up stats. Be honest - wouldn't a QB want to play in 75 degrees with no cold, wind, or rain issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    Peyton has been in 20 playoff games. Check Eli's stats after he has been in that many or even close to that many.
    Not knocking either player......just sayin'......
    Eli wins one more playoff game in his 12th and he will have as many wins as Peyton does in 20..........just sayin'.......
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    Really, another Eli thread? This horse has been beaten so badly you are kicking the corpse. Tom Brady is on a completely different level, 17-6 playoff record with 3 superbowl wins arguably the best QB ever. Peyton's playoff record is most certainly worse than Eli's although he hasn't played terribly and if Denver's defense didn't choke, he would still be in it this year. Eli has the potential to be great, and I'm happy to have him as our QB but he can be inconsistent. I think Tom Brady and Peyton are a completely different level though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    Peyton has been in 20 playoff games. Check Eli's stats after he has been in that many or even close to that many.
    Not knocking either player......just sayin'......
    Crossing my fingers Eli gets in 20 playoff games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    Peyton has been in 20 playoff games. Check Eli's stats after he has been in that many or even close to that many.
    Not knocking either player......just sayin'......
    well elis been in 11. so just multiply the current stats by 2 and that whole math j*** and then compare.


    i found it interesting that of the 8x peytons been bounced his teams opening round (iirc it was 8, could have been 11x), 5 of those came when peytons team was the 1 seed. He been pretty bad in all honesty in the postseason. aside from the 2 runs which total 7 of his 9 wins (9-11 postseason record iirc), hes been absolutely terrible.
    further, did anyone see the stats on peyton throwing downfield 20 yds or more in the air?? he's been horrendous from that aspect especially the last game.

    its like eli and peyton represent opposite sides of the talent spectrum. peyton is dominant in the reg. season, eli in the postseason. peyton dominant on passes 20 yds or less and average at best on passes 20 yds or more thru the air, while eli is dominant on passes 20 yds or more (compared to his contemporaries) and its above avg on passes 20 yds or less. peyton is an extrovert in dealing with his teammates and calling out mistakes while eli is much more introverted and calm/collected and focusing on how his play helped/hurt the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    its like eli and peyton represent opposite sides of the talent spectrum. peyton is dominant in the reg. season, eli in the postseason. peyton dominant on passes 20 yds or less and average at best on passes 20 yds or more thru the air, while eli is dominant on passes 20 yds or more (compared to his contemporaries) and its above avg on passes 20 yds or less. peyton is an extrovert in dealing with his teammates and calling out mistakes while eli is much more introverted and calm/collected and focusing on how his play helped/hurt the team.
    It's the Law of Conservation of Manning, in action...

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