Former Giants receiver Amani Toomer joined PFT Live on Wednesday to discuss, among other things, the differences between the 2007 Giants and the 2011 Giants.
One of the biggest differences relates to a guy who was on both teams.
Toomer, a key member of the Super Bowl XLII championship Giants, said that Eli’s accuracy has improved dramatically over the years, and that his “strike zone” has gotten smaller.
So how bad was it? “We were acrobats,” Toomer said. “We had to be. . . . We didn’t have the chance to catch the ball, turn up field, and get as many yards as we can, because most of the time we were just trying to catch the ball.”
As a result, Toomer thinks that he and his colleagues from 2007 “could match up pretty well” with Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, and Mario Manningham.This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!