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Terry Foster: Eli Manning Winning A Second SB Trophy Is Bad News

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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 07: Quarterback Eli Manning of the New York Giants walks onto stage as the team is honored at City Hall Plaza following a ticker-tape parade in Manhattan for the second time in four years after winning the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots on February 7, 2012 in New York City. The Giants beat the Patriots 21-17 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on February 5. The New York parade started at Battery Place and continued through the financial district, an area known as the 'Canyon of Heroes,' to be followed by a rally at their home MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 07: Quarterback Eli Manning of the New York Giants walks onto stage as the team is honored at City Hall Plaza following a ticker-tape parade in Manhattan for the second time in four years after winning the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots on February 7, 2012 in New York City. The Giants beat the Patriots 21-17 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on February 5. The New York parade started at Battery Place and continued through the financial district, an area known as the ‘Canyon of Heroes,’ to be followed by a rally at their home MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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There is bad news on the sports front. The New York Giants won Super Bowl XLVI Sunday night 21-17 over the New England Patriots.

So why is that bad? It is bad because the new world order has been disrupted. Now Giants quarterback Eli Manning has officially been entered into the discussion as elite quarterback and championship quarterback. It does a couple of things. For one it screws Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Seeing Stafford play in the Pro Bowl means a lot to Lions fans. Well you can forget that now. The top three spots in the NFC are reserved for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, New Orleans QB Drew Brees and Manning. You figure one of those three will play in multiple Super Bowls the next few years so it is possible Stafford makes it as an alternate. The problem is he still must leap frog Cam Newton and Tony Romo.

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