Hit on Eli Manning last night...

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  1. texan279

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    Just wondering if anyone saw the last play of the Giants game last night. I can't stand Eli, and I was shocked he got up after that hit, I didn't even think he would remember his name. Here is the link to the play...

    Eli
     
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    Eli will be one of the best QB's in the league in 2006 or 2007. I like him better than Peyton. He isn't quite as mentally disciplined as Peyton but he seems to have more heart. From what I have gathered, players would prefer to play with Eli of the two.
     
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    great hit. thanks for the link.

    Duante Hall allso got his clock cleaned pretty good in the Denver game.
     
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    Kris Brown got his eggs scrambled too, i thought he was done for.
     
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    Great Hit On Eli...Also #29 Of The Vikings Was Continually Clocking The Cowboys Receivers...Did Anyone See That Hit He Did On Keyshawn Where He Flipped? Good Stuff...
     
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    You got that right. I was VERY concerned after he was down for awhile not moving. Then one of the trainers grabbed his hand and it looked like he couldn't move his hand I thought something was seriously wrong. But after the commercial break the game was going on again I knew it was nothing serious, the commentators weren't even talking about it much anymore.
     
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    The more I watch it, the more he looks like a crash test dummy. :rofl:
     
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    That was Brian Williams. He was playing with a strained hamstring I think. He had a few big hits. He absolutely crushed Keyshawn going over the middle, but Keyshawn held onto the ball. He had a pretty good game against the Vikings, but I guess his "Throw me the ball and we'll win" mentality didn't quite pan out against Moss and Culpepper.
     


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