“The expectation was that he was never going to be Peyton," Barber said. "I remember having these conversations with people who watched Eli in college, saying, ‘He’s good, but he’s never going to be Peyton, he’s not Peyton.’ Guess what? I think he’s better than Peyton. Because of clutch. What matters in sports? It’s winning and losing. You get to the stage and what do you do? Eli’s gotten there and he’s won.”
Ok, so that might be a really dumbed-down version of what Barber actually thinks, but I'm having a hard time believing someone who played professional football for 10 years evaluates quarterbacks on such an elementary basis.
That's not me saying Barber's wrong, that's just me saying that whatever savory, meaty opinion Barber has on this subject he has drowned in ketchup to make it palatable for an audience of morons: