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Eli Manning or Tony Romo? History will always choose Manning.
Aaron Rodgers said many years ago something others have said since and probably still others said before him. But since I heard it from him first, I will give him credit for the quote: “The regular season is where you make your money. The playoffs are where you make your legacy.”
That might be the difference between Romo and Eli. They both made all the money, but only one will have the Hall of Fame-level legacy. That comes down to singular moments for every player ever.
Andrew Brandt gets to the core of why NFL teams will play this fall:
But let’s be honest here: If the NFL plays—and I expect that it will—it will be about the business of football being prioritized over optimizing the health and safety of its employees. If the latter were the league’s top priority, as it has stated for years regarding concussion protocols and now COVID, they would not play. COVID-19 is a virulent pathogen that is highly transmissible through close contact and there is no vaccine on the horizon.
Giants coach Joe Judge is interviewed here, and it’s worth your time.
Charley Casserly goes inside the NFC East to relay the organizational word on impact rookies, prominent position battles and lingering questions.
In case you missed it
- Giants should just say no to Josh Gordon
- Valentine’s Views: 2020 season all about Daniel Jones, Joe Judge
- Will Hernandez film study: What went wrong, and right, for talented young guard in 2019?
- Joe Judge trying to “adapt and keep on moving” in unique circumstance
- Summer School 2020: What does “running backs don’t matter” really mean?
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