Wednesday, September 14, 2016

13 39 45 51 52 53 63 98 99 | Saints at Giants, September 18, 2016 preview +Archie Manning factor

Let us begin with the fact that there is a 'Saint's chance' of an upset in this game.  If the Saints win, Drew Brees will earn his 131st win all-time'.

Super Bowl = 131; Championship = 131

9/18/2016 = 9+18+20+16 = 63 (When you sum 1-63, it totals 2016)

Week 2 brings us Eli Manning versus his father's team, the Saints.  It is no coincidence that last week Drew Brees had a record 98-yard TD pass to Brandin Cooks, the week before facing Eli Manning, in a season that began on September 8, or 9/8.

Oh btw, Eli Manning also earned his 98th regular season win on this same day.  (106th all-time)

As for the over/under at 53, and the spread at -4.5 to the Giants, it is interesting how those numbers correspond with the big play in the Saints game from Week 1, the record setting 98-yard TD.

Of course the name 'Eli Manning' is '53' the small way, that football roster number.

The date of September 18, or 9/9, also has a link to Drew Brees.

At the same time, this is Eli's 13th season, a special number.  His favorite receiver also wears #13.

The parallels are deep with these two teams.

This will be the Giants 29th game against the Saints in their 92nd season of being in the NFL.  Notice below the Giants will be attempting to earn their 16th win against the Saints in the year '16.

This is Drew Brees's 16th season as well, the QB of the Saints.

The last two times they have played, the winner has won with '52' points.  This is the season of Super Bowl 51, a season where the Super Bowl will be played on 5/2, or February 5.

The last time the game was in New York, December 9, 2012, that was a date with '53' numerology, also like the over/under on this game.

12/9/2012 = 12+9+20+12 = 53

In this game, Drew Brees will be playing for his 131st win, and Eli Manning, his 107th.  It is interesting to note that Eli won his 106th game to start the 2016 season, the number of 'prophecy'.

Elisha = 5+3+9+1+8+1 = 27/36
Nelson = 5+5+3+1+6+5 = 25/34
Manning = 4+1+5+5+9+5+7 = 36
Elisha Nelson Manning = 88/106

See the '106 second' story from ESPN on Giant's offense post their Week 1 win over the Cowboys, by the numbers:

Should Eli win this Sunday, it will be his 52nd win at home, earning it against his father's former team.

At the same time, if he lost at home, it would be his 45th loss all-time, coming against New Orleans and the Saints.  It is amazing how they structure these games this way.

'52' has been a very favorable number for QBs this season.

With regards to Eli currently having '51' wins at home, let us not forget that the Giants have rookie head coach Ben McAdoo, who was born on the right date and in the right year to become the head coach of the Giants for the 97th season of the NFL:

1/14/2016 = 1+14+20+16 = 51 (Date he was hired)

New York = 39; Empire = 39; NY = 39; 7/26/1788 = 39; United Nations, 39-Floors
McAdoo won his first game 20-19, a sum of '39'

McAdoo will be going up against Sean Payton, who is trying to earn his 88th career regular season win, or his 94th all-time including the playoffs.

It is interesting to note that Drew Brees current win total, 130, matches the name of his coach.

Sean = 39 (13x3); Payton = 91 (When you sum 1-13, it totals 91) (New Orleans Saints = 91)

The death of #91, Will Smith, came in a span of 163-days before the game:

To help us see the narrative more clearly, let us examine Archie Manning, the former QB for the New Orleans Saints, and the father of Eli Manning.

Notice right away that Archie Manning was born May 19, the 139th day of the year.

The numerology of his birth also corresponds with this being the 92nd season of the Giants.

5/19/1949 = 5+19+19+49 = 92 (Giants 92nd NFL season)
5/19/1949 = 5+19+(1+9+4+9) = 47 (Super Bowl 51, 47th of modern era)
5/19/1949 = 5+1+9+1+9+4+9 = 38 (Gold) (Peyton Manning won Golden Super Bowl)
5/19/49 = 5+19+49 = 73

His name also connects to the game.  Remember, Drew Brees, the current QB of the Saints, has 130 career wins.  He might get stopped their when the son of Manning plays him this coming Sunday.

As for 211, it is the 47th prime.

This game comes 122-days after Archie's 67th birthday, or a total span of 123-days.

For one last clue at what is to come, let us look to who the Giants play in Week 3 at home.

Notice they will play the division rival, Washington Redskins.  If Eli wins against the Saints at home, and the next week against the Redskins at home, he will have 53-wins at home for his career, and the Giants will have 98-wins over the Redskins.

Again, this is the 97th season of the NFL, 2016-17.