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In Reese We Trust:
ROBERT SABO/NEW YORK DAILY NEWSThere's no doubt Eli will be the Mann if he's able to lead the New York Giants back to the Super Bowl.By Gary Myers - NY Dailynews 1/8/12
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Jeff Zelevansky/Getty ImagesBy Nicholas Goss - Bleacher Report 1/7/12
You ask Eli Manning if he ever guaranteed a victory in his life, and he looks at you as if he’s being asked to run a quarterback draw against the Ravens, up 20 points with a minute left. “No, I don’t think so,” Manning said Monday.
Let’s have some fun and do some NFL picks.
I am by no means an expert so these are just some fun picks to spark debate.
Atlanta vs. Giants – The Giants are a 3-point favorite. When you combine the pass rush, Eli Manning, and the fact they will be playing at MetLife Stadium, the Giants should take this game. Matt Ryan has a bad postseason resume and Michael Turner has a tendency...
Drew Brees directed five consecutive second-half scoring drives as the New Orleans Saints pulled away for a 45-28 victory over the visiting Detroit Lions in an NFC wild card game Saturday night. Brees finished with 466 yards and threw all three of his touchdown passes in the second half as New Orleans erased a 14-10 halftime deficit to set up a divisional-round matchup at San Francisco...
Jim Irsay this morning refuted a report that the Colts and quarterback Peyton Manning have discussed moving the deadline for the team to pay Manning an option bonus that will activate the final four years of his contract and prevent him from becoming an unrestricted free agent.
The NFL released its list of All-Pro players on Friday, and many of the players you would expect to be there are, headlined by first-timer Aaron Rodgers. But there are several notable snubs in this list, as there always are. Here are the top five most deserving players to be excluded from this circle of honor.
1. C Nick Mangold, New York Jets
Many say that Mark Sanchez led the...
Drew Brees is many things, but most of all he's a leader, which is why the Saints continued to be on such a roll following their wild-card win over the Lions, writes Steve Wyche.
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are pouring on the points, racking up the wins and rewriting the record books nearly every time they play.
The difference between Saturday night in New Orleans and Sunday afternoon at the Meadowlands was like the difference between HDTV and a black-and-white Philco.
Drew Brees and the rest of the Saints' offense play football with an ease that would make the uninitiated wonder just how the sport got a reputation for brutality.
When you throw the ball with such precision and run...
The 2011 NFL season brought plenty of excitement. Records were once again broken (Dan Marino’s 5,084 passing yards in a single season was broken by Drew Brees in Week 16, while Devin Hester broke his own record for most returns for a TD), and the Green Bay Packers flirted with the notion that they would be the first team since the 1972 Miami Dolphins to finish an entire season...