This one is sure to upset the Giants' fans.
Eli Manning has been on fire since the start of the postseason. He has thrown for 923 yards and eight touchdowns with only one interception.
There is no denying that Manning is playing some of the best football of his career and has earned the right to say that he is one of the elite quarterbacks in the league right now. However, that long history of poor decisions still follows him.
We have seen Manning look amazing one week and look as if he doesn't even belong in the league the next. In some games, the lights just look too bright for the younger Manning brother.
I know he has won a Super Bowl, but let's not pretend like he was a hero in that game.
He made a desperation throw that was miraculously reeled in by one-hit wonder David Tyree and followed that up with an easy fade pass to Plaxico Burress, who had almost a foot on Ellis Hobbs.
I don't mean to take anything away from Eli. He made the throws he needed to and won the game, but everything needs to be taken in context.
Manning has the spotlight on him in this game. He is no longer in Tom Brady's shadow. When all of the eyes are on him and expectations are high, I see a good chance that the old Eli Manning will make an appearance.