Five Reasons Why Eli Manning Is A Better Quarterback Than Peyton Manning (page 3)
3: A Winning Percentage.
In Peyton’s playoff career, he has an overall records of nine wins and ten losses for a winning percentage of 47.37%.
In ten playoff games, Eli has a record of seven wins and three losses for a winning percentage of 70%.
This is not to say that Peyton has not won his fair share of games, but in the second season when wins are at a premium, Eli is batting .700 and Peyton is batting a mere .474.
Even though these facts are presented as baseball statistics, they still hit home.