Wrong again, Steve. I'm taking Sir Robert Griffin III on this: 258 passing yards, 2 TDs, a passer rating of 101.8 on the season. Eli couldn't have done that as a rookie.
He wasn't asked to. Also, two different players at different points in their careers. Joe Montana and Tom Brady didn't do this as a rookie. You're comparing apples and oranges.
Who's more impressive? You saw that perfect strike to Santana Moss? That's impressive, coming from a guy who was being dismissed as a system quarterback this time last year.
A ton of GMs I spoke to last season wanted RG3 in the worst way. He wasn't a system guy in their eyes. Back to Eli: He won on a beautiful 77-yarder. Again -- he won.
It's taken Eli years. Eli doesn't make that throw his freshman year. And run for 89 yard? Never.
Another half-baked argument. Eli overcame two picks from that 'Skins defense and threw his only touchdown when it mattered. Why are you giving up excuses now?
- WHO WON THE DEBATE?