Posted By Gordon Dixon On November 2nd 2012. Under MLB, NBA, NFL Tags: Anderson Varejao, Brandon Marshall, buster posey, chicago bears, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Cowboys, damian lillard, detroit tigers, Eli Manning, houston rockets, James Harden, jason witten, jim leyland, kansas city chiefs, Lebron James, matt cassel, Memphis Grizzlies, miami heat, miguel cabrera, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Portland Trailblazers, San Francisco Giants, Wes Welker .
As the official statistician of MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and the WNBA the Elias Sports Bureau provides a look into sports that goes beyond the home run saving grabs, made-for-highlight-reel stiffarms, and ankle breaking crossovers. They sift through the streaks, trends, and numbers to often provide us with interesting and little known bits of information about our ... Read More
Sunday afternoon the Washington Redskins took a 23-20 fourth quarter lead on a nice touchdown pass from Robert Griffin III. On the following Giants possession, Eli Manning hooked up with his favorite receiver Victor Cruz for this impressive 77-yard bomb to take the lead back for good: http://youtu.be/k6t9zgbqcK8 The comeback was Eli's 24th ... Read More
Eli Manning entered the 2011 season with more critics & questions than most QBs with a Super Bowl win & Super Bowl MVP under his belt. Personally, I always believed he was undervalued by fans & media & over criticized. After a second Super Bowl victory, that pendulum swung the ... Read More
The National Football League doesn't have a true ending or beginning, but it does have a point where it stops showcasing games that count in the record book. Once the Super Bowl has been completed, the league takes the shortest of breaths before regrouping and going full speed ahead into ... Read More