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After six weeks of football there are a few players who are establishing themselves as contenders for the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award.Although six weeks is not that big of a sample size there have been some outstanding seasons up to this point and there are players who will be in the mix for MVP all season.Eli Manning has been playing great football so far in 2012.Aaron Rodgers struggled early but with a six-touchdown performance in a rout of the Houston Texans he threw himself right back into the mix for MVP.Matt Ryan is leading the undefeated Atlanta Falcons with a fantastic season.All of these players have been great but the MVP front-runner so far is Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos.After missing all of 2011 with a neck injury Manning was released by the Indianapolis Colts and joined the Broncos.There were a lot of questions surrounding the health of Manning’s neck and his ability to continue to play at a high level.In 2012, Manning is answering all those questions with...
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TweetVideo: Eli Manning to Victor Cruz game winning touchdown against the Washington Redskins during week 7.
Another tough game between these two NFC East rivals which came down to the wire.
Eli Manning did not have a great game but he certainly made up for his mistakes with this perfect throw to Mr. Clutch himself WR Victor Cruz. Here is the play.
Victor Cruz 77 Yard Game Winning...
Six weeks into the season, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has been more or less ordained as the MVP front-runner.Some big showings by big names last week, however, got the debate flowing again.Specifically, Peyton Manning’s performance in the Bronco’s 24-point comeback win at San Diego (the Chargers, of course, being the reason that the dictionary has a thunderbolt next to the...
The Chargers were embarrassed by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos with an historic comeback after the Chargers led 24-0 at half and went on to lose 35-24. Well, apparently the embarrassment turned to anger and restlessness, which is hardly unexpected of any fanbase after a collapse like that. Chargers P.R. director Bill Johnston took to the team’s website with a post entitled...
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Check out the video. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning hit Victor Cruz with a perfect pass for a 77-yard touchdown with 1:13 remaining in their game against the Washington Redskins. The TD gave the Giants a 27-23 victory over the Redskins.
Opposing defenses are not only having a tough time stopping Eli Manning this season, they are barely touching the New York Giants quarterback,
The two-time Super Bowl MVP has been sacked a league-low five times through the first six games of the season, and he's been hit only 11 times - total.
Even more impressive heading into Sunday's game against Washington (3-3) is this...
1) Peyton Manning: Manning is looking for his fifth MVP award this season, and he's off to a great start once again, despite Denver's struggles to keep pace with top-tier teams in the league. The Broncos currently rank 4th in passing yards per game, up from 31st a season ago under Tim Tebow. To cap it all off, Manning trails only Aaron Rodgers in touchdown passes at 14 this...
Robert Griffin III came to the New York-metropolitan area and put on a show. He ran. He threw. He dodged New York Giants' defenders with breakaway speed and left many shaking their heads and bemoaning another meeting down the road.
The rookie sensation left something else on the field. A couple of costly turnovers and way too much time for Eli Manning to pull off another fourth...
Eli Manning tossed a 77-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz with less than two minutes remaining to send the New York Giants to a 27-23 triumph over the Washington Redskins in an NFC East clash on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
New York led 20-16 with 2:55 remaining, but Robert Griffin III led the Redskins on a 7-play, 77-yard scoring drive to grab the lead.
Griffin converted a do...
TweetWashing Redskins QB Robert Griffing III (RG3) played a good game versus the New York Giants but took a beating along the way week 7.
Despite RG3 putting the Redskins in a position to win they lose 27-23. Eli Manning took the spotlight once again in the 4th quarter and proved why he is the most clutch QB in the NFL.
Griffin completed 20 of 28 passes, threw for 2 touchdowns and...
When you write sports at a website like WFNY for a while you get to know your own kinds of fans. As many of you know my house is divided from a football perspective because my wife grew up in Indianapolis. I spared you my wife being on the podcast, but my brother-in-law is very much a similar kind of football fan to what I think we cater to at WFNY, so I talked to him for about ten...
Good old Mike Chappell of The Indianapolis Star delves into the difficulties and benefits of entrusting the offense to a rookie quarterback.
While his completion percentage seems out of character, that's not necessarily the case. In his final two seasons at Stanford, Luck completed 70.7 and 71.3 percent of his passes. But he was a 56.3 passer in his first year as a starter...
Sad news coming from New Jersey tonight as State Police say a man has been critically injured after falling more than 20 feet from an escalator as he exited MetLife Stadium after a game between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins on Sunday.The person has been identified as a 42-year old male. It is unclear what caused him to fall at this moment in time.The man was airlifted...
New Jersey State Police say a fan has been critically hurt after falling more than 20 feet from an escalator as he exited MetLife Stadium after the New York Giants and Washington Redskins game.
Sgt. Adam Grossman says the 42-year-old man was leaving the stadium in East Rutherford on Sunday at around 4 p.m. when he fell over the side of the escalator. It's not clear what caused...
Washington proved it could hang with the defending Super Bowl champions – but the New York Giants showed they are still a step ahead of the rest of the division. Dallas won a game it had to have, equaling Philadelphia’s 3-3 record, as the Eagles enjoyed their bye week. There were only two games involving NFC East teams in Week 7, but there is still plenty to look at.Giants...
Liike so many of you, I've been at a loss since Monday. I wrote a short post, but have received no comments on it. This leads me to believe that you are just as tired of seeing and saying the same things.
Then I received an email from Eric Stangel with a link to the "Take A Chill Pill" post by Chargers Director of Public Relations Bill Johnston. What was my reaction...