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    Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    Eli has shown that every time he is questioned or had to face adversity, not only did he meet it head on but surpasses it. I believe he will have analysts asking that question before years end, based on his play (positive).

    He knew what he was saying, and would have known he would have to back it up. I do not think he did that carelessly. That is not his style.

    By the way, I have been fairly close to Projecting Elis numbers last two years.
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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    I really hope you're right. I go into every year thinking he'll improve, and I'm sure many go into every year thinking he'll implode. I'm a huge Eli homer (in the sense that he's my favorite player, not in the sense that I think he can do no wrong), and it would be really disappointing if he responds to the adversity by taking a step sideways this year.

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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    [quote user="LT_was_good"]I really hope you're right. I go into every year thinking he'll improve, and I'm sure many go into every year thinking he'll implode. I'm a huge Eli homer (in the sense that he's my favorite player, not in the sense that I think he can do no wrong), and it would be really disappointing if he responds to the adversity by taking a step sideways this year.
    [/quote]Pretty much agree with all you have written. When he makes mistakes I will say so, but when he does good, all the haters go hiding in the shadows.

    He has improved every year, and I cannot see why he wouldn't hit that final step.
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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.



    Eli is the least of my concerns right now.




    We have a team that can't stay healthy. Chevy Chase is less injury prone.





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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    [quote user="JMFP2"]

    Eli is the least of my concerns right now.




    We have a team that can't stay healthy. Chevy Chase is less injury prone.




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    eli is the main concern. if he plays good we win
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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    OMG....who gives a flying crap if he is elite or not...
    Just limit the picks and win games......

    he doesnt have to be elite and it doesnt matter how many better QBs in the league there are.
    Only wins matter.....
    The only list I want to see Eli and the rest of the Giants on are the post season rosters....
    "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
    You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    Ever year once the weather gets cold and bitter with a bit of wind you will see the coward come out of ELI....when facing adversity he does not combat it .. he hides in his shell.

    This is why he should have stayed in warm weather SD.

    My hope is to see Eli turn into a man...I know that's asking alot and quite unreasonable but one can only hope

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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    [quote user="bigblue999"]Ever year once the weather gets cold and bitter with a bit of wind you will see the coward come out of ELI....when facing adversity he does not combat it .. he hides in his shell.

    This is why he should have stayed in warm weather SD.

    My hope is to see Eli turn into a man...I know that's asking alot and quite unreasonable but one can only hope[/quote]

    And I guess he didn't win the NFC championship in -35 degree weather in Green Bay in January 2007?
    Do not feed the trolls.

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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    What are your expectations for his stats?

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    Re: Eli as an Elite QB revisited by years end.

    I'm starting to hate the word "elite" as much as the non-word "physicality".
    overused and trite.

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