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Eli v Peyton

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• Eli's playoff record is better than his brother's. Eli is 6-3 to Peyton's 9-10.

 

• The scalps on Eli's belt are better. He got one off Tom Brady and the 18-0 New England Patriots of 2007 in Super Bowl 42. A week ago, he snagged one almost as good: Aaron Rodgers and the 15-1 Green Bay Packers of 2011. Peyton's signature win? He beat Rex Freaking Grossman.

 

• Eli's four playoff road wins are tied for most in NFL history. Peyton's had only two.

 

• Peyton has never thrown for as many yards as Eli did this season (4,933), even with more than half his games in domes.

 

• Eli's been more Clutch Cargo this season than Peyton ever has. His 15 fourth-quarter TD passes broke the NFL record held by Johnny Unitas (1959) and -- oh, wait! -- Peyton Manning (2002).

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Peyton had a reputation for coming up small in the post season,



while his one SB win removed "choker" from the discussion,



nobody has been thrilled with his post season performances.



 



regular season performance is no comparison in my book.


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from espn:

 

• The scalps on Eli's belt are better. He got one off Tom Brady and the 18-0 New England Patriots of 2007 in Super Bowl 42. A week ago, he snagged one almost as good: Aaron Rodgers and the 15-1 Green Bay Packers of 2011. Peyton's signature win? He beat Rex Freaking Grossman.

 

Peyton also has one of Brady's scalps on his belt---2006 AFC Championship game, when the Colts came back from the biggest halftime deficit in the history of the conference championship game. I'd argue that as his signature win. Up until then, the Pats and Brady owned him.

 

But, the rest of his playoff wins have come against the likes of Jake Plummer and Trent Green. And a pretty much washed-up Steve McNair, the only real "name" he's beaten besides Brady.

 

In 2007, Eli also beat Favre and Romo. For all the grief we give Romo, he's a much better QB than Plummer, Green, Flacco, or Mark Sanchez (the other scalps on Peyton's belt).

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Last play of the game, down by 4.

 

Who do you want as QB, Eli or Payton?

 

Its a playoff game where the defense has been harassing the QBs all day.... Its a down and dirty playoff game...

 

I would pick Eli.

 

Payton has showed countless times he folds under pressure. The Pats kept kicking his ass cause of D

 

Oh yeah lets add some weather to this game too...

 

Payton is great in a dome and with an O line that doesnt mess his hair up. Put him in the lements and hit him a few times and he's an average QB

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