ELI < ELITE?

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    I thought Eli was elite, but it seems he just gets hot and makes the luckiest of plays. When he's on point, he's easily a top 5 QB, but he rarely ever is except for once every 4 years. 

     

    How many times has Peyton Manning missed the playoffs as a starter in his career? Once, in his rookie year. 

    Brady? Once, in his first season as the starting QB in 2002. 

    Rogers? Once, first season as a starter. 

    Brees is here just because he can put up stats with the best of them. 

    Eli, on the other hand, has missed the playoffs 3 times already. Has never led the league in any major passing statistic except interceptions and is a dropped INT and first down catch away from a being ringless. 

     

    Whatever respect Eli earned from me last season, went right out the door. He's a second tier QB who can get hot at the right moment, but not a true elite. 

     
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    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    I thought Eli was elite, but it seems he just gets hot and makes the luckiest of plays. When he's on point, he's easily a top 5 QB, but he rarely ever is except for once every 4 years. 

     

    How many times has Peyton Manning missed the playoffs as a starter in his career? Once, in his rookie year. 

    Brady? Once, in his first season as the starting QB in 2002. 

    Rogers? Once, first season as a starter. 

    Brees is here just because he can put up stats with the best of them. 

    Eli, on the other hand, has missed the playoffs 3 times already. Has never led the league in any major passing statistic except interceptions and is a dropped INT and first down catch away from a being ringless. 

     

    Whatever respect Eli earned from me last season, went right out the door. He's a second tier QB who can get hot at the right moment, but not a true elite. 



    Tony Michelak - "Of course thats not an illegal block to the back and a choke hold happening right in front of me and my own two eyes by two Giants O-lineman! What play were you Pats fans watching?"

     
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    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    I thought Eli was elite, but it seems he just gets hot and makes the luckiest of plays. When he's on point, he's easily a top 5 QB, but he rarely ever is except for once every 4 years. 

     

    How many times has Peyton Manning missed the playoffs as a starter in his career? Once, in his rookie year. 

    Brady? Once, in his first season as the starting QB in 2002. 

    Rogers? Once, first season as a starter. 

    Brees is here just because he can put up stats with the best of them. 

    Eli, on the other hand, has missed the playoffs 3 times already. Has never led the league in any major passing statistic except interceptions and is a dropped INT and first down catch away from a being ringless. 

     

    Whatever respect Eli earned from me last season, went right out the door. He's a second tier QB who can get hot at the right moment, but not a true elite. 




    Some good points.

     
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    Re: ELI < ELITE?

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    I thought Eli was elite, but it seems he just gets hot and makes the luckiest of plays. When he's on point, he's easily a top 5 QB, but he rarely ever is except for once every 4 years. 

     

    How many times has Peyton Manning missed the playoffs as a starter in his career? Once, in his rookie year. 

    Brady? Once, in his first season as the starting QB in 2002. 

    Rogers? Once, first season as a starter. 

    Brees is here just because he can put up stats with the best of them. 

    Eli, on the other hand, has missed the playoffs 3 times already. Has never led the league in any major passing statistic except interceptions and is a dropped INT and first down catch away from a being ringless. 

     

    Whatever respect Eli earned from me last season, went right out the door. He's a second tier QB who can get hot at the right moment, but not a true elite. 




    Right there with Tony Romo

     
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