The New York Giants appeared to be the victor, establishing a Super Bowl winning team, and an elite quarterback. As luck would have it, their luck ran out and the other teams opportunistically began to play catch up. A quarterback, whom performs at a consistent, high-level is paramount in building a dominate team. New York Giant quarterback Eli Manning was “supposed” to be just that, and the Washington Redskins traded everything but the kitchen sink to acquire that in quarterback Robert Griffin III. The Cowboys tried to give quarterback Tony Romo more weapons, freedom and money to have that dominant, franchise quarterback. The Philadelphia Eagles did just about the same with quarterback Michael Vick.
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