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Old 01-13-2007, 08:00 PM   #121
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some1 should start a thread for the saints game
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Old 01-13-2007, 08:01 PM   #122
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The only thing that matter is numbers in football. Manning can't help the Colt's play defense. And when they do play defense and they win because of it you can't give the credit to Manning. He didn't do much today.

Number's don't mean shyt in football, maybe in baseball, but not in Football. Terry Bradshaw barely has more TD's then int's, but your average fan doesn't know that. "Broadway" Joe has thrown 50 more int's in his career then he has TD's.

Football is a team game where yards, catches, and completions don't mean shyt if you don't win games. The only people that think stats matter in Football are your wannabe GM's that spend more time checking stats for his Fantasy Football team, then he does working.
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Old 01-13-2007, 08:04 PM   #123
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I didnt give the credit to Manning. Ive always said it takes too many peoples effort to give anyone sole credit for winning an NFL game.

Im just saying that if he came out and had 400 yards and 5 TD and lost hed be getting bashed as a loser and when he wins back to back playoff games its "Wheres the numbers?".

John Elway won a superbowl with 123 yards passing and a pick.

Far as im concerned hes the GOAT.

Winning in the end is remembered more than the numbers you got on the way to it.
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