Moment is right for Eli Manning to follow Peyton's lead
Peyton Manning had just lost another playoff game and it couldn't have been much worse. The Colts not only lost to the Jets, making Manning 0-3 in the playoffs in his first five years in the league, but they were humiliated, 41-0.
It was fair to wonder at that point if Manning was all style and no substance: Gaudy passing numbers but not much to show for it in January. His father Archie may have been the greatest quarterback in NFL history never to reach the playoffs. His son was getting to the playoffs, but not only hadn't he played in a Super Bowl, he couldn't win a postseason game.... read more
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