In other words the Jets defense is **** compared to the Giants?Do you know which QB has the most TOs in the last 3 years? it's some guy I have heard is elite.
I know what you meant junc. But its simply not true. No QB gets pounded like that on a weekly basis and finishes a season. Its impossible. Youre being intentionally dense if youre really saying Sanchez dealt with that or worse every game. Plus youre ignoring the fact of how well Eli played in that situation.
Also, anyone else think its funny that Tuck gets credit for the safety even though junc thinks it wasnt one, yet Eli doesnt get the credit for the Manningham pass because he thinks it wasnt a catch?
As for the turnovers, in 2010 Im pretty sure Eli had the lowest percentage of dropped INTs in the league while Sanchez had the highest by far.
The Jets D in the 2 title games played like ****, the Giants D played great throughout both playoff runs.
Eli was NOT great at SF, he threw 2 balls up for grans that SF Dbs collided or both would have been picked, he also was hit and fumbled but his team recovered, the only 2 scoring drives in the 2nd half and OT were set up deep in SF territory after fumbled/muffed punts. He was not great in SF.
I give Eli a ton of credit for the pass to Manningham, you couldn't throw it any better.
The Jets defense held B-Roeth to 10 of 19 passing for only 133 yds and 2 INTs. Mendenhall had a good game but nothing obscene. That isn't playing like **** to me.
The other game? Oh that undeserving big-name QB who stinks only lit up the Jets for 377 yds and 3 TDs.
You are basing things on stats, again Eli had 2 near INTs that he was fortunate 2 players collided on both, he also fumbled and was lucky to have his team recover it. Ben took the opening kickoff and led Pitt on a NINE minute drive to take a 7-0 lead and set the tone for the game, he led them to a 17-0 lead including a TD run. he made plays w/ his legs all day and one of those 2 INts was on a 4th down where Pitt would have lost possession anyway. let's watch the games not the boxscores
For one of the few times in his postseason career Peyton was great, unfortunately it had to be against us but he reverted back to form throwing away the SB 2 weeks later.
Nine minute drive? So what. The game is 60 mins. Sanchez and co. could easily have answered that drive with one of their own.
And he still has more rings than you or I have ever seen.For one of the few times in his postseason career Peyton was great, unfortunately it had to be against us but he reverted back to form throwing away the SB 2 weeks later.