Manning barges into Brady country

Both quarterbacks are elite, but Eli has earned postseason bragging rights -- for now

Updated: February 1, 2012, 1:06 AM ET
By Jeremy Lundblad | ESPNBoston.com

Dating back to the 2007 playoffs, Eli Manning has been a better postseason quarterback than Tom Brady.

And that's no insult to Brady.

Between the past three games and his performance four years ago, Manning has put together an impressive body of work. With a win Sunday, Manning will have won eight of his past nine postseason games. His brother Peyton has never done that. Nor did Brett Favre or John Elway.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Manning would join this list of ...

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