New York Giants: Why Eli Manning Shouldn't Have Anything Left to Prove
There's nothing left to discuss here, folks. Eli Manning is an elite quarterback.
There's no denying it, and there's nothing anyone can say to slight his recent Super Bowl win.
The New York Giants were once 80-1 odds to win this year's Super Bowl. I guess miracles do happen.
Let's break this down, though:
There was even some talk of Cam Newton already being better than Eli Manning.
Tom Brady is a sure-fire Hall of Famer, right?
How many quarterbacks can say they beat Brady the last three times they played—two of those times in Super Bowls?
Manning not only has two Super Bowls now, he was also the MVP in both of them.
The best part is that he's 31 years old with a dominant defensive line and, at the very worst, two stud wide receivers going into next year.
Eli Manning has nothing left to prove on the elite front, but a couple more good seasons out of him wouldn't hurt his case for Canton.
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