The Eli Manning Passing Test everyone fan can take today!

I read a rather lengthy article yesterday by Paul Schwartz of the New York Post that tried to explain what is missing from Eli Manning’s game come Sunday’s. So here is a really fun way that every Giant fan can experience in there own way including Paul Schwartz what Eli faces on Sundays!

You are going to need a football so go to your Bank or nearest ATM and withdraw $100….

Now find the nearest Sporting Goods store –Dick’s – Modells’ – Sports Authority…

Once inside go to the section where the footballs are displayed and look for the one that has DUKE – printed on the side, this is an official NFL football…

Now find the nearest high school football field – a park will do…

Along the way if you happen to see a construction site borrow a bright-orange cone you will need one and you can return it after the test….

At the field, take off your hoodie and walk to the 50-yard line making a left to the sideline. Place the orange cone 24” in from the sideline, this is very important!

Once you are back at the twenty – but the heels of your sneakers (flip flops with jeans not recommended) on the 20-yard line and face down field….

Now lie down with your head on the field turf or grass…

Take a deep breath and hold the football in both hands, before licking the tips of your fingers like Eli does…

Now looking up at the sky and call out these numbers – 42 – 42 – blue – 26 – 26 – ready hut…

On hut, throw the ball at the orange cone as if where a sprinting receiver try and hit the top of the orange cone but be aware that the cone is probably being guarded by a DB, running stride for stride…

Now sit up – how did you do? You only threw the ball 6 yards – that’s not going to do it…

Pretty hard throwing a football in the NFL while on your back…your score C- and a lot of negative press!


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