Found December 27, 2011 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
Eli Manning understands what it means to be named to a Pro Bowl roster, having been raised in the NFL traditions and steeped in the lore of the league.
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Manning is coming off his worst two-game stretch of the season
Given the fact that he plays in the world's largest media market, Giants quarterback Eli Manning has done a remarkable job of being accessible, yet not saying many controversial things that would create negative publicity.
from Chris Fedor of the great website Sports Radio Interviews.com
Eli Manning joined ESPN Radio in New York this week with Stephen A. Smith on the Michael Kay Show to talk about the win this past weekend against the New York Jets, what it was about the Jets defense that caused him to struggle so much, what they have to do to beat the Cowboys, if he thinks about how Sunday’s game...
For the Cowboys to win the division on Sunday, priority No. 1 is to do a better job containing Eli Manning and the Giants' offense, with the onus squarely upon defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.
When you look at the NFC's Pro Bowl roster, it's hard to argue against any of the quarterbacks that made the cut. Aaron Rodgers should be a shoo in to win the 2011 MVP, and Drew Brees just eclipsed Dan Marion's single season passing record with another game to play. There's no doubt that they both deserve to be on the NFC's Pro Bowl squad. Eli Manning started...
GiantS fans will need to hold their breath on this one.Eli Manning’s go-to receiver not named Victor Cruz is Nicked Up.“If I’m out there, I’d like to say I’d be myself, but you never know,” Hakeem Nicks said. “These things are tricky. I’m...
During the Holiday Season, even The Bad Guy finds himself in a forgiving mood. For instance, I’ve found it in my heart to absolve Victor Cruz of his childhood allegiance to the Dallas Cowboys. So I know that you’ll all forgive me for incorrectly projecting a Giant downfall on Saturday. It just so happens that Santa was not sleeping. He received my letter, mulled it over, and...
Despite having 10 more touchdowns, fewer interceptions, and more wins than his New York Giant counterpart Eli Manning, Lions QB Matthew Stafford didn't crack the league's Pro Bowl roster.