There's been a lot of talk about what another Super Bowl win would do for Eli Manning's legacy -- would it vault him above older brother Peyton in the pro football Pantheon? Eli spoke with Kurt Warner on the NFL Network this week about the sense of competition between the two brothers.
"There is always a rivalry with your brother. Playing in high school football, who can have more touchdowns — those things are fun. Once you get to this level, this is our job, this is what we do for our career. It's not something that you joke around a whole lot [about]. I know Peyton is proud of me. He's proud that I'm in this situation; he's rooting me on like I'm proud of him of what he's done in his career and rooted him on when he was playing in his second Super Bowl and first Super Bowl. I want to win for all of the right reasons — it's about the Giants, about our coaches, about just winning a championship. Not for bragging rights."