It happens four times a year. Once in January/February, twice in June, and once in October. The playoffs bring out speculation about certain players and just how good they really are. After months fade away, the hype typically dies down and clarity strikes those who were awe struck. Dirk Nowitzki had an amazing 2011 NBA Postseason which had many people openly wondering whether Dirk is one of the greatest power forwards in NBA history. Here we are, six months later, and no one is wondering that anymore. Dirk is one of the elite power forwards in today’s game but not in history. And now, right before our very eyes, it is happening again. Eli Manning. Eli is playing at an incredibly high level. And, those that are awe struck and cannot see through the reality of the situation are saying he is better than his brother, Peyton.