Eli Manning led the Giants to a stunning come-from-behind victory over the Cowboys with a masterful fourth-quarter performance Sunday night, and he basically did it all by himself.
“That was all me, Elisha Nelson Manning, No. 10 in your scorecard and No. 1 in your hearts, no divine intervention here,” screamed the Giants QB as he ran on the field to celebrate with his teammates. “Blasphemy be damned. Come at me bro!”
Manning aimed his words at the NFL’s newest poster boy and outspoken Christian Tim Tebow.
“Timmy isn’t half the quarterback Eli is,” Manning boasted in the third person. “This is just the beginning, watch out league, I’m coming for you!”
The win put the Giants back atop the NFC East after four straight losses, none of which were due to the play of Manning, who has been one of the top-rated quarterbacks in the league this season.
Tebow congratulated the Giants on Twitter, and followed with a tweet that read, “I’ll pray for Eli Manning #HosannaInTheHighest”
Manning was asked if he thought he had a better fourth quarter than reigning Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers had the week prior, when his Packers defeated his Giants. He tossed his helmet, shouting “You can’t just let me have this one?!” at the reporter before leaving the locker room in disgust.