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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jake Barnes, Jan 22, 2020.
Put them next to Larry Brown's and Dexter Jackson's.
A modern QB having comparable stats to a QB from the 90's means he's probably not that good.
The Colts getting the NFL to change and enforce the illegal contact rules in 2004 was a game changer.
I’m bias because I went to Ole Miss, but I do think Eli should be in HOF.
In their two SB title seasons, he was so clutch in the playoffs and doing it mostly on the road.
Manning and Flacco have identical career qb ratings and played in the same generation. Manning has 2 SBs but Flacco has one of the better playoff runs of all time for a qb. Flacco has a better playoff rating and record. Everyone would laugh at Flacco as a HOF candidate
I want to frame this.
He was never a dominate player. Irregardless, his career numbers don’t jive with other HOFers.
Lock status: confirmed
why only New Jersey?
In parts of northern New Jersey, a sloppy joeis a cold delicatessen sandwich. There are minor variations depending on the deli, but it is always a double decker thin sliced rye breadsandwich made with one or more types of sliced deli meat, such as turkey, ham, pastrami, corned beef, roast beef, or sliced beef tongue, along with Swiss cheese, coleslaw, and Russian dressing.
was about to post this. Delicious from Millburn Deli
I’m good with both style of sloppy joes
Soooo it's basically a Ruben?
Edit: misread "cole slaw" as "sauerkraut"
ha. What a fuck you. Hopefully they are friends and he’s fucking with him.
when I opened this thread I was like naw but now I’m fully Eli in
getting ranked behind Josh Rosen in anything is definitely a slap in the face that can't be ignored