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Thread: Eli Manning Quotes on ESPN Coverage of Jets Camp

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    It's nice to be relevant.
    Relevant in the form of laughing stock of the league for those who are knowledgeable about the NFL and not just a casual onlooker.
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    ITT I learn from junc that 5000 yards, 61% comp %, 6.4 YPP, 29 TDs, 93 QB rating and a SB MVP isnt an elite year.

    The more you know...




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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    ITT I learn from junc that 5000 yards, 61% comp %, 6.4 YPP, 29 TDs, 93 QB rating and a SB MVP isnt an elite year.

    The more you know...
    The way he rationalizes **** will forever be a mystery to man.

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    Eli is funny. The Giants are definitely top dogs in NYC (and in the NFL for that matter)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Relevant in the form of laughing stock of the league for those who are knowledgeable about the NFL and not just a casual onlooker.
    yes we are the laughing stock being one of the best teams in the league under rex but Miami is a model franchise going over a decade(and counting) w/o a playoff win.

    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    ITT I learn from junc that 5000 yards, 61% comp %, 6.4 YPP, 29 TDs, 93 QB rating and a SB MVP isnt an elite year.

    The more you know...
    Just 3 more TDs than mark sanchez who everyone thinks sucks and he led his team to 9 wins in an easy division w/ an elite defense and incredible weapons on offense.

    Played great in postseason,, you want to call him an elite postseason player? ok but the man doesn't have a single elite full season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Eli is just jealous b/c no one cares about him even though he's won 2 SB MVPs, maybe if he was an elite QB he'd get more coverage?

    mad dog: it could be worse, the Jets could have turned them down and ESPN could be doing a show about the dolphins like w/ HBO.

    Or even worse than that....like Peyton Manning snickering when someone suggested he should out of courtesy, at least return Woody Johnson's recruiting call.







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    We didn't try to get Peyton, YOU DID and failed as usual. he wouln't even take a visit to your facility, he only talked to you out of respect for Marino and you based your entire offseason on getting him.

    Our entire offseason was designed to get Mark Sanchez back to normal, hiring your former HC should have told you all you needed to know about us going after peyton.
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    This season is going to be fabulous watching the Jets flop like a fish out of water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    This season is going to be fabulous watching the Jets flop like a fish out of water.
    What happens when that doesn't happen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    We didn't try to get Peyton, YOU DID and failed as usual. he wouln't even take a visit to your facility, he only talked to you out of respect for Marino and you based your entire offseason on getting him.

    Our entire offseason was designed to get Mark Sanchez back to normal, hiring your former HC should have told you all you needed to know about us going after peyton.
    Mark Sanchez "back to normal" is equivalent of Kyle Boller having a banner year. Yeah right; Woody called him, slobbered on himself over the idea of bringing him in but unlike the interaction with the Fins, Peyton wanted nothing to do with that three ring freak circus in Jersey. As actions speak louder than words, obviously by not even giving your legacy owner who never worked a day in his life even the courtesy of a call back, Peyton told the jest "eff you" I'm not gonna be your next clown"
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