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Thread: *** OFFICIAL Eli Manning Worship Thread ***

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    He's a good QB, the Manningham catch(which actually wasn't a catch)
    There's the spin



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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    Junc, thats a hell of a spin, even for you. I was in a room with about 20 other people with mixed rooting interests and I literally didnt hear a single person say it wasnt a catch.
    It was a catch. Period.
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    It was more of a legitimate catch than the 09 jests were a legitimate PO wildcard




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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    He's a good QB, the Manningham catch(which actually wasn't a catch)
    It must be tough to be the only guy that know the rules better than the officials. It is crazy that NFL officials on the biggest stage of the year (looking at the play from more angles than from any other game over and over) can't see what you saw sitting at home watching it on your T.V.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    I hate Brady and was tickled pink when the Pats lost, but this is just ridiculous. By your same logic, was Marino a choke artist because he never won a SB without a good defense (or, you know, at all)? Brady had played in 5 SBs and won 3 of them. Most successful choke artist in history I suppose.
    You're not understanding. Brady, even though he's had some really good defenses, defenses that gave up a total of 38 points in 2 Super Bowls, wasn't able to play well enough to win those games. Hell, the Giants had the 17th and 25th ranked defenses in their last 2 Super Bowls, and the Patriots, a team that put up over 30 PPG in each of those regular seasons, couldn't do squat and put up half that average. If not for the Patriots defense coming up with a few big time end of the game plays, the Pats would have been one and done again with Brady's stellar 57 QBR. haha

    Marino had a couple of good defenses (1984, ranked 7th, and 1990, ranked 4th, come to mind), but those defenses FOLDED in the playoffs. The 1984 defense gave up over 200 yards rusing to the 49ers, and the 1990 defense gave up nearly 50 points, 160 yds rushing and nearly 400 yards passing. Those are not playoff caliber defenses.

    On the other hand, Brady has had nothing but top notch defenses since he started playing. Even this year his defense played really well in the post season and contrary to what some may think, they weren't half bad in the regular season. They started off shaky, but they ended up ranked 15th or 14th in the league...that's above average. However, Brady still played like crap in the post season. Brady's MO is, when it's all on him he plays badly. Look at his first 3 playoff runs. Very mediocre play overall and not one drive during that time which lead to a game winning TD. All FG's. Hell, out of all the post season games Brady has played in, he's lead the offense on ONE game winning TD drive.

    Brady is a HoF QB. However, he's at the level of Bradshaw and Aikman...not Unitas, Graham, Marino etc.
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    They out played, they've were out coached, and out QB.
    brady is not the wonder boy anymore...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Eli has won w/ D twice and last I checked if the "great" Welker holds onto that pass NE wins. Brady did what he could even after getting hurt.
    Not many WR's in the league not named "Megatron" make that catch. The pass was horrible in typical Choke style for Brady when it's all on him to win the game.

    And not a catch? WHAT!?! Are you serious with that ****?

    Mods...Junc should be banned just for that comment alone. hahaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    He's a good QB, the Manningham catch(which actually wasn't a catch) was the play of the game on O(though it was a great pass). The D again won that game holding down Brady(after they hurt him) or the Manning led FGs would have meant nothing.

    He's a good QB, no reason to go overboard.
    It was absolutely 100% a catch with a great throw to make it happen. Two feet down inbounds with established possession equals a catch, it was a catch and there is no denying the fact that it was a catch, so stop the nonsense "no catch" spiel. If you want to argue a bad call argue the safety on Brady (even though it won me the first two quarters in reverse on the board) it shouldn't have been intentional grounding and a safety.

    As for the elite argument, Eli is better than any QB that the Jets and Miami have had since Marino and in the case of the Jets ever. I would take the kid hands down 100% of the time every time. Kids a baller and plays with poise when it counts, you're just pissed he took your beloved record from buttfumble for most playoff wins on the road, buttfumble was a franchise QB for winning on the road in the playoffs and now Manning is meh..good for doing the same.

    Stop it. This is ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY8123 View Post
    It was absolutely 100% a catch with a great throw to make it happen. Two feet down inbounds with established possession equals a catch, it was a catch and there is no denying the fact that it was a catch, so stop the nonsense "no catch" spiel. If you want to argue a bad call argue the safety on Brady (even though it won me the first two quarters in reverse on the board) it shouldn't have been intentional grounding and a safety.

    As for the elite argument, Eli is better than any QB that the Jets and Miami have had since Marino and in the case of the Jets ever. I would take the kid hands down 100% of the time every time. Kids a baller and plays with poise when it counts, you're just pissed he took your beloved record from buttfumble for most playoff wins on the road, buttfumble was a franchise QB for winning on the road in the playoffs and now Manning is meh..good for doing the same.

    Stop it. This is ridiculous.
    Great post!

    Except, it was intentional grounding.

    Intentional grounding will be called when a passer, facing an imminent loss of yardage due to pressure from the defense, throws a forward pass without a realistic chance of completion.
    Did Brady have pressure? Check

    Imminent loss of yardage? Check

    No realistic chance for any WR to catch it? Check
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Had both feet in, had possession but when he hit the ground the ball moved and that makes it incomplete.
    That is not true. The ball can move, as long as he maintains possession, which he did.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7QwZ...ayer_embedded#!
    Go to the 3:22 mark for an example.
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