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>> That's Eli Manning, the two time Super Bowl champion quarterback of the only team to beat New England and Tom Brady in the big game, twice.>> Their quarterback's playing at a high level in Nick, and so I think they have the ingredients. Now, can they put it all together on game day?
>> Manning tells Reuters that quarterback Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles do have a chance to beat the Patriots in this Sunday's Super Bowl match up. But the differences between this year's quarterbacks couldn't be more stark. Tom Brady, an 18-year veteran and 5-time Super Bowl champion and appearing in his 8th, knows the feeling of winning and losing on the big stage.
>> The ones we lost, obviously, are very painful. You put a lot into it, and when it doesn't go well, you wake up the next day and you're thinking it was a nightmare. If you're in a position to win the DN, then you gotta take advantage of it.
And if you don't, then it's going to be a pretty crappy Sunday.>> Eagles quarterback, Nick Foles, has never been to a Super Bowl and was a backup until starter Carson Wentz tore his ACL in December. Foles even contemplated quitting the NFL to become a pastor last season.
>> I'm grateful to be in the Super Bowl with these guys and obviously Tom Brady, one of the greatest to play the game. So I'm excited to compete against the Patriots come Super Bowl Sunday. They've had a great team for a long time and I'm excited to go in there with my team and go face them.
>> On paper, the matchup seems even. The team enter Sunday with identical records, best in their leagues. But the experience at quarterback could be the determining factor in a Super Bowl victory.>> We got a lockerroom full of guys that are ready for the challenge.