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NFL Opinion; Eli Gets Dissed

I came across an interesting article written by Pat Kirwan of  nfl.com    

The article dealt with the fact that NY Giants QB Eli Manning was snubbed in the NFL Top 100 voting. As Kirwan correctly points out, Eli has not only accomplished more then several quarterbacks on the list ( sorry, but where are the Super Bowl rings for guys like Donovan McNabb, Josh Freeman and Tony Romo?) but he also had better numbers then most of these guys in 2010 in terms of yards, touchdowns and wins!

Eli-Manning-Super-Bowl-XLII-MVP Eli Manning did have a career high 25 interceptions last season, in many instances they were as a result of his underrated competitive nature; he tries too hard often to make things happen.

The fact is the guy is a winner! In six full seasons as a starter Eli has led the Ginats to four post season appearences, two NFC East titles, a Super Bowl Championship and he has a winning record!

He has, in my opinion, accomplished much more then some of the guys picked ahead of him, guys like McNabb, Romo and Freeman.

Eli Manning will never be a fantasy football star.

However, I dont care!

He does what quarterbacks need to do----he wins! Not only that but the man shows up every week and plays. His durability and toughness are beyond question!

If his name were not Manning he would get the credit he deserves.

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