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Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by ivo610, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Forget Favre
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    Would you please stop all these temptations for my signature picture?
    (Kidding. Keep bringing them on. Please.)
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    And Eli will never beat Aaron.
    He will just beat himself.
    Too soon to tell.
    At least A-Rod has one and getting to the SB is not an easy task.

    One SB MVP and one NFL MVP is really, really awesome.
    To downplay that by saying "My QB has more SB MVPs" is really, really reaching.
    Does Eli have an NFL MVP?
    Didn't think so.
    Your argument is null and void and over and out.

    Oh. Just like how cry-baby Eli threw a temper tantrum when he got drafted by the Chargers to get his way to go to the Giants.
    We all know that as a 49er fan, A-Rod would have preferred to go to the 9ers. But he took it like a man. A real man and stayed with the team that first drafted him. Unlike cry baby little bitch Eli.
    So don't be bringing up how Aaron whines. Because that is a losing argument right there.

    Nope. Better

    Yeah. Started at losing.

    Don't get too cocky. It's way too soon to tell what will happen.
    Maybe just 2 SBs is all Eli will ever win.
    You just never know.
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    It is nice post and I do agree with some points I disagree with others. In SuperBowl XLII Eli Manning and the offense set thr tone for the game by taking 9:59 seconds on that opening drive and keeping Tom Brady on the sidelines longer than he was accostomed to. These defense played a great game and got pressure on Tom Brady but when Eli Manning put NY Giants ahead in 4th quarter, the defense couldn't hold the lead and Eli Manning had to take the offense down the field again.

    Obviously the strength of our defense is the defensive line. We are not very strong at linebacker and our secondary is suspect at best. They did play inspired throughout playoffs but there is a lot of room for improvement.

    Instead of just giving you our defense just have a scenario where Eli Manning and Aaron Rodgers just switched teams. Aaron Rodgers would not enjoy the awful offensive line on the NY Giants and in my opinion his stats would not be nearly what they are.
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    this entire dialogue isn't worth a warm bucket of spit.
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    You are obviously not very intelligent and I should let you go on your way without even responding to you (like I have done until this point).

    But just to prove your last point wrong, Aaron Rodgers had the worst offensive line in the league in 2009 and was sacked more than any other quarterback (50 times). Eli was only sacked 28 times this past year and had 48 MORE attempts than AROD. The NY Giants offensive line is slightly better than average.

    That year AROD had the worst offensive line in the league he threw for 4,434 30 TD's and 7 INT's with a 64.7 completion percentage. That was only in his 2nd year starting, Eli is going into his 9th.

    Rodgers is a better QB and its not even close. If you can't see that then its like an atheist arguing religion with a devout Christian. No point.
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    I'm sure Rodgers would have enjoyed switching offensive lines that game. Hard to give up 4 sacks and be happy with the O-line play. They gave up more sacks than the Giants did through the year.
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    Eli Manning was up front and told San Diego Chargers he wasn't going to play for them. There was nothing crybabyish about it. He was straight and to the point and didn't waver in his decision.

    I wouldn't have brought it up but I will respond to ot since you did. It is tragic that Aaron Rodgers had to go to his first funeral. However, part of the how he deals with that goes toward his ability and leadership as a QB. Myra Kraft passed away and Tom Brady played inspired. Being focused and not letting the off the field stuff distract you and being able to lead the team is part of being an ELIte QB.

    Eli Manning may never win another SuperBowl Championship. Aaron Rodgers may never win another SuperBowl Championship. We will have to wait and see.
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    take the MOST times Eli Manning has been sacked in a season (30 in 2009) - AROD has been sacked more times than that in every single season he has started. AROD would kill for NY GIANTS offensive line.
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    There you go further proving my point.
    Eli Manning throws the ball away more and let's it effect his stats while Aaron Rodgers would rather take the sack then throw an incomplete ball. Very telling. Thank you for proving my point.
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    Please show how those numbers prove that? Seriously...please explain that
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    FF- read the post from Ivo just before Mikey posted his predictions. I don't believe Mikey was serious. He was just flipping the words right back at Ivo.

    I think that is why he marked your post as "old".
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    Who gives a ****. Take your Eli Manning and Giants homerism to the Giants forum. God I am sick of reading your dribble.

    You act like he is Joe Montana or something for Gods sake.

    Every other season the Giants fanbase wants to throw him off a bridge anyway. This offseason he is the hero. If you don't make the playoffs or lose early next year it will be "Ohhh boooo hooooo Eli again" in typical NY whiner fashion.

    Bunch of Eli bandwagoners out there.
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    Exactly what it was with my post PFan.

    Eli Manning was sacked 11 times during this past postseason. NY Giants offensive line is pretty bad.
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    Giant OL must be good, we never penetrated it.
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    No, that just proves Eli Manning holds on to the ball to long and never throws it away.

    (see above)
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    Some good ones here.
    http://www.manningface.com/

    Now that Peyton is gone from the Colts I can truly appreciate the "Manning face" for the first time and it's humor.
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    Cause Brady is running out of excuses as to why the Pats lose to the Giants so often.
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    Thanx.
    Yet another Giants troll/homer to add to my growing list of other Giants trolls/homers I already have on "ignore."
    It's guys and posts like this that make me hate the Giants even more.
    Flys to vinegar instead of honey.

    I'm going to let this go and go back to discussing Packers football and other off season topics.

    For us the 2011 season is over.
    Time to start looking ahead.
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    Ryan O' Neal played football?

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    I just think his group home needs to take away his internet priviledges.
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    Is the Eli fellacio thread done yet?
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    Mikey is fun. Don't take away our little bitch.:(
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    I was more so saying that in 2009 Rodgers would have killed for the Giants O-Line. Who had the better o-line this past year? I watched a decent amount of Giants games and all Packers games and I think they are really close. Just because a website tells me something doesn't make me believe it but maybe we think differently. I just go by what I saw with my eyes.
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    I didn't realize you were talking about 2009. I don't remember a thing from 2009, so no argument from me on this.

    I only saw the two Giants games that they played the Pack and the two last games. And, I have to agree that I did not notice a vast difference between the protection that Rodgers gets and that of Eli's. The website seems to indicate that the Giants O-line performed worse, but it's just one blogger's opinion. Maybe he watched all the games and knows more, I don't know.

    In summary, I think the O-lines are close enough to call it a wash. If anyone was to believe that, in 2011-12 season, one team would die to have the other's O-line, I would disagree.

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