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Eli Manning

Eli Manning was born on January 3, 1981 and is now an American football player in the NFL. He is the younger brother of NFL quarterback Peyton Manning and the son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning. After attending prep school at Isidore Newman Scho
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Ashley Burnette

on 11 June 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Eli Manning was born on January 3, 1981. He is now an American quarterback in the NFL. He is the younger brother of NFL quarterback Peyton Manning and the son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning. He attended prep school at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, before playing college football for Ole Miss. He was drafted as the first overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers, but immediately traded to the New York Giants. Manning won the most valuable player award in Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008. Eli Manning The biorhythmic theory can explain the reasons of being in good or bad state without an obvious influence; the theory makes it possible to know for sure when a person will be able to do well in their business, sport, education and even in private life. Biorhythms can be used to prevent accidents, to keep track of a person's state of health, and to predict how two people will react around each other. Everyone’s biorhythm starts at the time of birth. The cycle is divided into active phase (above zero level) and passive one (below zero). The day of changing phase, when one or more rhythms are changing from active to passive phase and vice versa is a critical day. The "critical day" means that the associated abilities are unstable, and it is wise to be really careful during that day.
When analyzing the chart comparing Eli’s mastery biorhythm to his averages, there are 5 out 9 that should be a positive day for a 56% agreement. There are also 5 out of 11 that should be a negative day for a 45% agreement. The total agreement between the mastery biorhythm and Eli’s averages is 70%.
Bibliography:

•www.espn.com
•http://www.eli-manning.com/biography/
•http://www.whitestranger.com/introduction.htm
quarterback for the NY giants. lucky #10! The statistics i chose to use were the passing (QB) rating. Since Eli Manning is the quarterback for the NY Giants, these statistics fit him perfectly. I recieved these statistics from espn.com, which should make them pretty reliable. All of the games that he played that were above average compared to his above average biorhythms show 4 out of 9 for a 44% agreement. All of the games that Eli played that were below average compared to his below average biorhythms show 5 out of 11 for a 45% agreement. Over all agreement was 9 out of 20 concluding with a 45% agreement rate. Conclusion:

After comparing my analysis results to the biorhythms, I have decided to reject the theory of the biorhythm. Comparing Eli’s averages to his physical biorhythm gives only 45% of accuracy, and his averages compared to his mastery gives only 70% of accuracy. If this theory was proven correct, then Eli’s statistics would be in sync with his biorhythms.
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