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After a rough week of going 0-4 and being ridiculed for my picks I here by accept the fact that I’m being identified as the second coming of Mike Greenberg. With that said I’ve got 4 picks this week looking to redeem myself and get to 4-4 on my picks and get back into the green.
Giants (+3) vs. Panthers
Eli Manning is a monster. Sure he had a bad first half but he killed it in the second half and brought his team back in the 4th quarter to win the game and threw for 500 yards. Even with Nicks out we still see plenty of depth here to get the job done in the air. The giants Defense will be able to contain Cam Newton due to the fact that they are forced to deal with Vick twice a year and are well prepared against a QB of his style. If the Giants secondary can keep the receivers in check they will dominate this game. Sure the Panthers ran for 219 last week but it was against a Saints team that is dysfunctional and they wont have success like that against the Giants. With Bradshaw out a...
BEST OF MAXIM
Pretty much everyone watching at home knew Eli Manning was planning
to take a knee on the final play of Sunday's game against the
Buccaneers. According to Manning, he informed the Bucs personally
that a game-ending knee was in the cards.
BC follower @misterfacetious sent us this dispatch: “I’m sure these will roll in. Mike Wallace aka Eli Manning. Eli, get out of the tanning bed!” This wouldn’t be so bad, but Wallace is a very, very black man. If it wouldn’ve been a lighter black guy like Hines Ward, this fail wouldn’t have been so epic. And how do you mistakenly get Eli’s career bio in there and mix...
Manning and Newton should put up big numbers tonight.
New York Giants (1-1) @ Carolina Panthers (1-1)
Last week, Eli Manning and the Giants were down 27-13 in the third quarter. What did Manning do? Nothing much, just led his team on five scoring drives including two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter. He finished with 510 yards, 3 TDs, and 3 INTs. Not too shabby. Cam...
After a stunningly poor performance last week against Seattle, the Cowboys look to right the ship this week in their home opener, against Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers also suffered a setback last week against the Giants, when Eli Manning torched the Bucs secondary for 500+ yards. It’d be nice to see Romo do some of [...]
Cowboys Fate Comes Down To Final Game
Oh boy, So, BuzzFeed produced all 32 NFL Quarterbacks & their Muppet body doubles.
Check out the list. Eli Manning and Michael Vick? Spot on.
Why not click the Google +1 &...
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Eli Manning didn't need a big comeback Thursday night, not with Andre Brown running for a career-high 113 yards and two touchdowns in the New York Giants' 36-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers.
Brown got the start in place of Ahmad Bradshaw, who sat out with a neck injury. Ramses Barden caught nine passes for a career-high 138 yards in his first...
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Eli Manning threw for the eighth most yards in NFL history against the Bucs, but 510 yards passing is simply unheard of these days.
That in itself sounds odd since this ha become a passing league where signal-callers throw for 350-plus yards passing every single week.
After the year’s we saw from Manning, Cam Newton, Matthew Stafford, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas CowboysTampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs came off a ridiculous and ultimately heart-breaking come from behind loss to the Giants in Week 2. For one half the Bucs actually looked good on both offense and defense, capitalizing and Eli Manning miscues and taking a commanding lead. Then of course, Manning came storming back, took the lead, and then we...
Tonight on Careless Whispers, Matt Rury and Calvin Chamberlain will be joined by special guest Hot Sports Topics! The guys will be breaking down the NFL refereeing, whether or not the hit on Eli Manning at the end of the Giants/Bucs game was legitimate, and other Hot Sports Topics. You can hear them by standing [...]
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke out against the kneel-down play to end games during a radio interview on Tuesday. The topic was brought up in response to the controversy that took place at the end of the Giants-Buccaneers game. Giants coach Tom Coughlin was upset with Bucs coach Greg Schiano for the way his players went after Eli Manning on the final play, feeling that the Bucs violated...