Found November 12, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
We’re seeing something this season very similar to what we have over the last five years in the quality of play from Tony Romo and Eli Manning during the month of November. For some odd reason, the performances over the last five years or so of these two elite quarterbacks have been closely compared but in November they seem to end up on opposite ends of the field. It turns out that Romo is seen as being a “hero” and Manning seems to end up being seen as a “zero” during this month of the season. Not literally but the stats do show that Tony Romo seems to play at his best during this time of the season while Eli Manning tends to really struggle during this time.… Read more
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