O’Hara and Tuck say the Giants didn’t have enough talent around Eli the last few years by Jared Dubin @jadubin5 1m ago • 2 min read Eli Manning has been in the NFL since 2004. He has been the New York Giants’ starting quarterback for all but 10 games during that time, even starting 210 consecutive games at one point. On balance, Manning has been about average as a quarterback during his career. Among the 70 players who have thrown at least 1,000 passes since Manning entered the NFL, he ranks 44th in completion percentage, 18th in touchdown rate, 51st in interception rate, 38th in yards per attempt, 41st in passer rating, and 30th in career winning percentage in his starts. Manning’s best ability was his availability, as unlike other players who at times performed better than him on the field, Manning never missed a start due to injury. Despite largely average performance, the Giants still managed to win not one, but two Super Bowls during his time at the helm. They accomplished the feat with two of the greatest playoff runs in modern football history, including one where they defeated a Patriots team that entered the game 18-0. Manning was spectacular… Read full this story
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