Found November 02, 2011 on The Blue Screen:
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Eli Manning still has no regrets about the bold statement he made on the radio in August that set up a storyline for his entire season. In hindsight, he said, he was simply being “honest” when he said he was a Top 5 quarterback who belonged in Tom Brady’s class.   “I’m usually not into the ...
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