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No Ivy Leaguer, But Eli Has Football IQ

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There will be one starting quarterback at MetLife Stadium tomorrow who did not attend Harvard, one quarterback who did not score 48 on his Wonderlic test.

There will be one starting quarterback with a Super Bowl ring -- the quarterback who attended Ole Miss, the quarterback who posted a 39 on his Wonderlic.

In a physics examination shootout between Eli Manning and Ryan Fitzpatrick, Las Vegas undoubtedly would rate the Bills' quarterback as the favorite.

In a football regents, the smart money -- and the Giants' money -- would be on Manning, because of his football IQ.

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