Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by cml750, Sep 10, 2017.
Yes he did. As do most QBs that play the Giants
Since 2012, Eli's passer rating is 86.0, which ranks 24th among QB with at least 1,000 attempts.
He made a few great plays and had a handful of misses. But lets be real, that was an elite defense and Dak handled business. Take a second to enjoy that.
The intentional feed Dez early always seems to kill at least 1 drive
His qbr was better than Ryan and Brady, against a superior defense.
Has anyone said he was awesome tonight?
The guy started the thread saying Dak was bad tonight. He wasn't bad. He was decent, good, not great.
Enjoy the win folks. This team swept us last year.
I could probably count on one hand the number of qbs who had a better game than the he did against the Giants
That defense is no joke.
He wasn't good but no turnovers is always huge.
Eli was never great
His big moments were all simply chuck it up and hope for the best. Luck has been in his side
He looked Rusty early but looked like himself at the end of the game ........ Watch it again.
You are overlooking the Giants ability to control the A gap. On top of that Jenkins covered Dez solo, leading to other CAB getting safety help. Dak played a good game. My only issue was forcing three straight throws to Dez inside the 5.
Good is definitely a better description than he deserves. He was bad at times, okay at others. His most successful plays were short passes that the receiver did a lot with (swing to Zeke, crosser and screen to Williams, Dez's big gainer). It's one game, we won, time to move on to Denver. No reason to sugar coat the performance though.
1-0 ...played his *** off. Missed some throws? yes. soild ? yes 90.5 QBR Unless trolling go to bed. it's all good.
I don't care!!!!! Just win! You fans are unbelievable. We haven't won back to back division titles since aikman was here. Shut up!