Just saw him on TV, and there just seemed to be the beginning of a deer in headlights thing going on there. One of the reasons the Giants have played so much better on the road vs. at home is the expectations on the road are lower--typically you're the underdog, and if you screw up you don't have the hometown fans screaming at you wanting to rip your head off. So for 3 weeks, Eli has played over his head, playing on the road, where he wasn't expected to win (well, Tampa was essentially a coin toss) and if he messed up, no big deal. Now, I realize the Giants are still underdogs, but there's no escaping the pressure of the Super Bowl--the whole world watching, on the books forever, etc. Seattle, for example, got bounced easily this year by Green Bay--will anyone remember that in 5 years? Hell, does anybody remember that now? But performances in Super Bowls are remembered. I know it's early to talk about the actual game, but let me just say this--if the Pats get off to a strong start, and the pressure is put on Eli's shoulders to win it for NY, we might just have a relaxed viewing experience.