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Watch Peyton Manning scold little brother Eli for eating chips too loudly

by Scott Stump / / Source: TODAY

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Even after all these years, Eli Manning's ability to annoy older brother Peyton is as sharp as his passing.

In a funny clip posted by the NFL, Eli is crunching potato chips like a Tyrannosaurus rex eating a cow as the two watch game film until Peyton snatches the bag away from him in frustration.

"You’re killing me with that crunching!" Peyton says. "You're gonna eat the bag."

"Just trying to eat,'' Eli deadpans.

The clip is from an episode of the NFL Network series "The Timeline" that will air on Oct. 12. The show features a behind-the-scenes look on how Peyton prepared for his 2013 season with the Broncos in which he threw an NFL-record 55 touchdown passes.

This scene probably took place hundreds of times on the couch of their New Orleans home when the two were teenagers in the early 1990s, long before they went on to win a combined four Super Bowls.

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Eli's deadpan reaction to needling his brother is no surprise given that his famous "Meh" reaction after Peyton's Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl earlier this year spawned the hashtag #EliFace.

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Now that Peyton is retired, there is plenty more time for Eli to drive him nuts when he isn't busy throwing passes for the Giants.

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