Agree with this for the most part. Eli is above average and many teams would be grateful to have him as QB. He still has too many Jekyl or Hyde moments to be top tier for me. I'd put consistency ahead of arm strength as a requirement for that label. Still like him a lot though.
Originally Posted by Ripperlicious
As for Peyton - yeah, of course, he's frustrated. But he's never been a humble guy. More like cautious/media savvy. Rippin' on Phil was goofy, bordering on classless.
“Football players play football. You tell me which guys are going to get hurt and I’ll get them out of there.” - Belichick on Gronk's injury.