The Peyton Manning and Eli Manning broadcast of Monday Night Football returned this week for Saints vs. Seahawks and the duo didn't miss a beat. During this week's installment, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady joined the Mannings.

It was made clear that the rivalry between Brady and Eli is alive and well.

During Brady's second quarter appearance, he spoke about enjoying playing against the Mannings. Brady admitted that he enjoyed playing against Peyton a little bit more than he did against Eli.

With a straight face, Eli said that he enjoyed all of his games against Brady. Check out the clip below, in which Brady also gives credit to the New York Giants defenses that beat him in a pair of Super Bowls:

Of course, very few quarterbacks had the level of success Eli did against Brady. He won three of the five matchups, including two Super Bowls. 

The most shocking win came in Super Bowl XLII, when Eli's New York Giants defeated Brady's New England Patriots 17-14. The Patriots were the heavy favorites and undefeated coming into the game. 

It's safe to say that Brady had a little bit more success against Peyton. The Buccaneers quarterback had an 11-6 career record against Peyton.

Overall, the ManningCast continued to be extremely entertaining. When you can have three Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks breaking down the action, it's a win-win situation for everyone, especially when barbs like this are traded.