PHOENIX -- The battles between the New York Giants quarterbacks and offensive line is interesting. Jared Lorenzen, the Giants' giant quarterback, says Eli Manning is the quarterbacks' ringleader.
Manning will throw things into an occupied stall in the restroom, dye a pair of shoes purple and is alleged to do other things I can't describe.
The linemen will steal Manning's tie on the occasions on which a tie is required and they once filled his car with Styrofoam peanuts.
On most teams, I would give the offensive line the edge. Not only are they bigger, but they're smarter. Offensive linemen usually are a team's most articulate group when you break players down by position.
The Giants, however, have an advantage other teams lack. Lorenzen is 6-4 and 285 pounds. To put this in perspective, he weighs 30 pounds more than defensive end Michael Strahan.
Lorenzen used to be kind of fat. He's not fat now. He's just big.
A 26-year-old out of Kentucky, he is a free agent after the season. The Panthers could have a nice quarterback corp if Jake Delhomme and Brett Basanez regain their health to join Matt Moore.
Plus, Carolina reserve quarterbacks often wear gloves, and I'm not sure there are gloves big enough to accommmodate Lorenzen.