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Many people believe that Eli Manning can be contributed into the conversations of the Tom Brady’s, Aaron Rodgers, and Peyton Manning’s. Is there a reason for people not to believe that this statement is not true? Well in case you did not know, Eli has proven to the league, fans, his team, and himself, that he is elite. After the Super Bowl victory over “Pretty Boy Tom”, his confidence level has increased dramatically because, Eli was finally comfortable with having an elite quarterback title under his belt, along with two Super Bowl rings. Throwing 29 touchdown passes during the 2011 season with nine of those snagged by salsa dancing Victor Cruz.  Eli also packed on 4,933 passing yards making him just one long 67 yard pass to Hakeem Nicks or Victor Cruz from reaching that 5,000-yard passer club.   In this pass happy league today, you have to be able to come up big when it matters the most. The most meaning the fourth quarter of those hard-nosed and hard-fought football games on ...
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