Tom Brady, 38, has a few years on Giants quarterback Eli Manning.
But thus far, Brady has beaten Father Time.
Brady ranks third in the NFL in passing with 2,709 to go along with 22 touchdowns compared to only two interceptions.
In his 15th year as an NFL starter, Brady has grabbed the attention of his colleagues across the league, including Manning.
"Yeah, he's playing great," Manning said. "He's playing great football, throwing touchdowns, protecting the ball, not many interceptions, he's not turning the ball over. Some games he's throwing it 60 times, so they've got a good plan, a good scheme, he's getting the ball out quickly, and he's done a really good job getting their offense in a good place and throwing it accurately."
"He's stayed healthy, had the one year that he missed with the knee injury, but besides that, he seems like he's been healthy and seems strong still and can make all the throws, he moves around. Yeah, he does a good job."
Manning, 34, is in his 12th NFL season. He leads all active players in most consecutive starts and plans on continuing to extend that mark.
Brady has said he wants to play another 10 years. Whether that can be done or not remains a question.
However, like his counterpart Sunday, Manning believes he still more tread on tires so long that he can play at a high level.
"I think I would," Manning said when asked if he believes he'll continue to have enthusiasm for the game when he's 38.
" (I) still enjoy the preparation, the work, everything that goes into it. Enjoy this season, learning a new offense last year, and going out there and each week having a new game plan and trying to play well. Tom's been doing it well for a long time and is playing at an extremely high level."