Posted: 2/13/2012 1:01:19 AM
Originally Posted by dgnerate:
so you're saying that because the outcome is that Eli and the Giants won makes Eli better than Peyton? Eli's record in the playoffs before this is already better looking than Peyton but you and the 'gullibles' were not around telling us how Eli is a better QB. I posted a hypothetical statement that if the SB result went the other way, where will people like you base Eli as the better QB between him and peyton? because he has two rings is obviously your only basis.
I'm saying that because Eli and the Giants won (twice) that yes, he is the better big game qb. I don't know how gullible I am when the facts back it up. What are their playoff records respectively? And this makes me gullible how? And we're not just talking about the 2 Superbowls (which really should be enough), but we are talking throughout their playoff careers. Tell me how Eli's division has been an easier one than Peyton's throughout the years because I would love to hear your arguement for that. I guess I'm just being gullible ole me again. Tell me how if Peyton could play with the Giants defense he would rule the world, because I'm pretty sure for most of the year the Giant's D sucked. Since everyone loves to play the "what if" game, what if the Colts were on the verge of elimination of the playoffs and had to go through the road the Giants did, are you going to tell me that Peyton would have led his team through the same gauntlet when he has never showed such a stretch of games at anytime during his longer career? I'm not sure we've identified who the actual gullible person in this debate is