In ESPN The Magazine's Hall of Fame issue, Seth Wickersham writes that the endless debate over whether Eli Manning belongs in Canton depends on how you measure a great quarterback.
Unlike in his first Super Bowl win, Eli Manning's coolness in the clutch came as no surprise to anyone, writes ESPN The Magazine's Seth Wickersham.
In ESPN The Magazine, Seth Wickersham writes that the two teams in Super Bowl XLVI are not perfect -- the Patriots have a weak defense and the Giants, an average offensive line -- but the team that covers its weaknesses will take the game.
How did famed defensive mind Bill Belichick learn offense? The clues are in an 80-year-old man's trailer deep in Tennessee, Seth Wickersham writes.
The struggling Chargers are a prime example of the defining story of the year: the gap between the league's best coaches and the pretty good ones.
With well-timed and beautifully orchestrated blitzes, the Giants managed to do something no other team had done all season -- confuse the great Tom Brady, writes Seth Wickersham.
What works against the Patriots? There's nothing foolproof. But here are some things the Giants should not do, Seth Wickersham writes.