02-15-2013, 09:12 AM
Hall of Famer
I will say if Herm Edwards an actual Coach and Player is not qualified to comment on Eli as an expert , then none of us are.
I often chuckle at the Eli crowd when they think they are more qualified then Simms and Warner for example.
odell to his haters
02-15-2013, 09:16 AM
I don't mind negative Eli remarks coming from the "experts"...... for some reason, Eli usually has a good season once "experts" start down playing his abilities.
02-15-2013, 09:18 AM
I agree about with your generation point, but if you look at the three years I listed, they were all putting up comparable stats, with the exception of Montana as he was pretty much at the end of the road, but I wasn't about to leave Joe Montana off the list. So for that time period I do think its fair to say that there were 7 "elite" quarterbacks in the league. I believe Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers are not in the same "generation", but they are both certainly elite QB's at this current time.
Originally Posted by gumby74
Again, it all depends on a persons definition of elite.
02-15-2013, 10:09 AM
I wouldn't even say he made a foolish point, I saw nothing wrong with that at all
Originally Posted by Morehead State
02-15-2013, 10:15 AM
if any of you have watched Herm Edwards then you know he is in love with the sound of his voice....
02-15-2013, 10:16 AM
Originally Posted by egyptian420
02-15-2013, 10:25 AM
Wow. I was actually in agreement with you until your last comment. You are not sure that Eli is a top 10 QB in the NFL? You my friend have jumped the shark. Please name 10 QB's better than Eli...
Originally Posted by NYGabriel
02-15-2013, 11:24 AM
I guarantee when he gives you his list of top ten, it includes RG3, Andrew Luck, Russel Wilson, and/or Kapernick. Lol
Originally Posted by JB456
I refuse to use the "E" word when referring to Eli. Everyone has their own definition of elite. But he is withou a doubt a top 10 QB in NFL.
02-15-2013, 11:28 AM
Originally Posted by gumby74
Fuzzy memory? Aikman, maybe. Young began his NFL career just 3 years after the 83 draft class and 3 years prior to Aikman. And while Moon entered the NFL around the same time as Marino, Kelly and Elway, he played CFL ball before even Montana started his NFL career in '79. You don't have to be drafted together to be in the same generation in my opinion.
So while the were slightly different in age, with the exception of Montana, they were all veterans playing at a pretty high level in 1992--1994.
02-15-2013, 12:03 PM
I didnt see the list but i assume your reffering to rodgers, but regardless that statement that Eli beat another qb twice in his building to get to the superbowl isnt right. Now I love Eli and Big Blue, but just wanted to point out that he's never beaten the same qb twice in the postseason besides brady in both superbowls. Other than that its been Garcia, Romo, Favre, Ryan, Rodgers, and Smith.
Originally Posted by RoanokeFan