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Barry Cofield has one championship ring from his days with the New York Giants. And if quarterback Eli Manning was playing last season the way he’s playing right now, Cofield thinks he might have a second.
“He’s a completely different animal right now,” said Cofield, who signed with the Redskins as a free agent 4 1/2 months ago. “He’s playing unbelievable. If he would’ve played that well last year, we may have [given] Green Bay a run for their money. He’s playing extremely well.”
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