Quarterbacks are Like Starting Pitchers
After Eli Manning came off a 4900-yard season, the sixth highest in NFL history, and second Super Bowl win, it seemed he had established himself near the top tier of quarterbacks in the league, just behind Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. And his leading the NFL in passing yards through seven weeks of 2012 only seemed to solidify that further.
But after an ugly three-game stretch during which he had zero TDs, four picks and a YPA under six, one had to wonder – had Manning been surpassed by players like Matt Ryan, Tony Romo and Andrew Luck?
Of course, Manning's last three games have seen him post a YPA around eight, with eight TDs and two picks. So is Manning back among the tier just below the shoo-in Hall of Famers again? Or has he been the same player the entire time?
What about Drew Brees who has 18 picks and is two years removed from a 22-pick season? Is he You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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