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The run that Eli Manning and the New York Giants put together this post-season was nothing short of remarkable, and after earning his second Super Bowl MVP, Manning has officially entered the pantheon of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks. For Giants fans, Manning’s success is vindication for the now-legendary 2004 draft day trade that brought...
The Giants' Eli Manning says he's sorry to be losing the man who's been his quarterbacks coach for the last two seasons.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has an apparent influx of additional motivation heading into next season now that the New York Giants QB has tied him in Super Bowl victories with two.
The New York Giants will not be Super Bowl Contenders in 2012. With all the hype about Eli Manning this post season, it's easy for the common football fan to assume Eli's growth will directly translate into a Giants' playoff birth. That won't be the case.
The New York Giants are Super Bowl Champions, and with that will come a tough 2012 schedule...
When it comes to improbable Super Bowl completions, two-time MVP Eli Manning has nothing on Mary Ellen McFaul’s photographic Hail Mary. WHEN IT comes to improbable Super Bowl completions, two-time MVP Eli Manning has nothing on Mary Ellen McFaul’s photographic Hail Mary.
Jim Irsay is desperate. This is out-and-out panic. How do you reconcile the feelings of your fans with the act of giving the finger to their hero? Irsay is desperate for a way to get rid of Peyton Manning, without losing paying customers.
The getting-rid-of part is easy enough. Irsay has to decide by March 8 whether to keep Manning, and give him a $28 million bonus. Forget it.
Eli Manning has produced an incredible 21 fourth-quarter wins, tying the great Johnny Unitas for most through a QB’s first eight seasons. Scott Kacsmar takes a look at clutchest QB in history, and provides the stats for all 15 game-winning drives in Super Bowl history.....
The talk of the town is new Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano and even newer offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan. And as well it should be; Schiano has a history of turning around a small college program known for losing, and Sullivan was the QB coach for none othere than NY Giants QB Eli Manning. Problem is, while these two hires offer a lot of optimism, its the Glazers...