Found November 17, 2011 on Pro Football Zone:

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning believes that his brother Peyton will return to the Colts before the end of the season. “Maybe he could be back this year,” Eli told USA Today. “I don’t know if that’s the smart thing under the circumstances, but I expect him to be back next year.” So far [...]


Eli thinks this year is possible

No one knows Peyton Manning better than his family.  Eli believes Peyton intends and may actually return this year: "Maybe he could be back this year," Eli told USA TODAY. "I don't know if that's the smart thing under the circumstances, but I expect him to be back next year." ... "He's always been a fast healer. He wants to be out there,"...

Eli: 'Maybe (Peyton) could be back this year'

Eli Manning believes that his injured brother could return to the Indianapolis Colts before the end of the season. "Maybe (Peyton) could be back this year," the New York Giants quarterback told USA Today. "I don't know if that's the smart thing under the circumstances, but I expect him to be back next year." Considering that winless Indianapolis is going...

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A Vent On The New York Jets Offense

Let’s start with something comforting Despite a recent rough patch of games, Mark Sanchez still is on the exact same pace that Eli Manning was on to start his career and we see how Eli has turned out. Sanchez is not without blame, he is inconsistent, inaccurate and gets jittery in the pocket. However, I am still of the belief that he has the physical tools and leadership abilities...

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I have absolutely no desire to write this. It makes me sick that the Eagles routed the Cowboys on national television only to gargle balls in their next two games and piss away any realistic chance of postseason play. But here we are. So let’s take a look at the state of the NFC East as the Eagles prepare for Sunday night’s game with the Giants.At least the Giants lost. I guess...

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Take A Deep Breath, Everyone

By Dan Zeigarnik. Patriots Daily Staff What a whirlwind the last 3 weeks have been. I know that everyone talks about the ups and downs of an NFL season, but I don’t quite think that having our fans yo-yoing like an ADHD sugar-laden kid is what we had in mind. "It is what it is." Just a week ago all the focus was on the atrocious losses to Pittsburgh and Giants. The Patriots...
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