Eli Manning

#10 QB / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 14YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 220 lb Age: 36 College: Ole Miss Bye 8

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Getting another start

    Eli Manning will get another start Week 15 against the Eagles, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.While the New York Giants may still decide to take a look at Davis Webb before the end of the season, it apparently won't happen this week. Manning didn't exactly make the best case for himself in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Cowboys, completing 31 of 46 passes for only 228 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. In his defense, the Giants committed a number of ugly drops when the game was still competitive, while both interceptions occurred late in the fourth quarter in desperation mode.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Commits two turnovers in return

    Eli Manning completed 31 of 46 pass attempts for 228 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions during Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Cowboys.Manning managed a paltry five yards per attempt as he produced just one pass play over 16 yards on the day. He managed to refrain from turning the ball over until the fourth quarter, when he unfortunately threw interceptions on back-to-back possessions to end his team's opportunity to climb back into the game. Manning figures to remain the starter next week against the Eagles, but this performance doesn't bode well for his ability to produce against an even tougher opponent.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Back in as starter

    Eli Manning is slated to start Sunday's game against the Cowboys, NFL.com reports.Manning, who gave way to Geno Smith in Week 13, is back in as the New York Giants' starting QB one week after his 210-game starting streak was snapped due to a coaching decision made by Ben McAdoo. With McAdoo having since been dismissed by the team, the two-time Super Bowl MVP will once again helm the New York offense. The assignment makes Manning an option in deeper formats, but issues with the team's offensive line and supporting weapons limit the 36-year-old signal-caller's bankable fantasy upside in Week 14.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Likely returning to starting job

    New York Giants interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo is expected to name Eli Manning as the starter for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.Giants co-owner John Mara said the final decision will be up to Spagnuolo, who has no real incentive to start anyone besides Manning. The team's decision to bench Manning for Geno Smith was widely criticized, perhaps even contributing to the dismissals Monday of former head coach Ben McAdoo and former general manager Jerry Reese. While the Giants' long-term future at the position remains murky, Manning likely will get the nod in Week 14 for a home game against a shaky Dallas defense. With Evan Engram and Sterling Shepard both healthy, it's a good spot for Manning to make the case that he still deserves the job.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Could regain starting job

    The New York Giants might turn back to Eli Manning as their starting quarterback, following Monday's firing of former head coach Ben McAdoo and former general manager Jerry Reese, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.The decision to bench Manning for Geno Smith was met with plenty of criticism, as it ended Manning's streak of 210 starts and may have been interpreted to be critical of the 36-year-old quarterback. While not the same player he was in his prime, Manning wasn't the team's only problem this season while directing an injury-marred offense. The benching almost instantly led to retirement rumors, but Manning quickly responded by saying he plans to play in 2018. The Giants figure to bring in a new regime that's intent on finding a young franchise quarterback, but with Smith and 2017 third-round pick Davis Webb both unlikely to be that player, there's some argument to be made for turning back to Manning for the rest of the season. Such a move could also pave the way for Manning to stay on the roster next year, though he may not have any interest in serving as a stopgap while the team prepares a young quarterback to take his job.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Plans to play next year

    Eli Manning said he plans to play in 2018, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.While Archie Manning recently hinted that his son might consider retirement, it sounds as if Eli wants to continue his playing career. The 37-year-old served in a backup role for the first time since 2004 in Sunday's 24-17 loss to Oakland, but he did look competent at times this season prior to being benched, completing 62.5 percent of his passes with a 14:7 TD:INT ratio while directing an injury-marred Big Blue offense. Even if the New York Giants are ready to move in another direction, Manning could draw interest as a potential starter from teams in search of a stopgap at the position. The Broncos, Jaguars and Cardinals currently look like the strongest fits.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: May be considering retirement

    Eli Manning's father, Archie, intimated Thursday that his son could be considering retirement after the 2017 season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. "There's no sense speculating," Archie said, regarding Eli's future in the NFL. "If he's still there, we don't know what their future plans are, if other people are there. And you have no idea what other teams will think of a 37-year-old quarterback. You don't have any idea. Eli might say, 'I've had enough. I'm feeling good. I've got a beautiful wife, three little girls, I'm healthy. And that's it.' So there's no sense speculating."Manning will see his streak of 210 consecutive regular-season starts come to an end Sunday against the Raiders after New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo announced earlier in the week that the 2-9 team would give Geno Smith a look in a starting role. Manning, who is slated to serve as the backup, has reportedly been helping Smith prepare for the start behind closed doors this week, but it's believed he and the Giants could be headed for a parting of ways this offseason. Manning could have some appeal in 2018 to a contending club looking for a veteran quarterback to direct the offense, but he'll likely take his time after the current campaign ends to weigh his options and determine if gearing up for a 15th NFL season is something he wants to do.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Slated for backup duty Sunday

    Eli Manning will be the backup to starting quarterback Geno Smith for Sunday's game in Oakland, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.On Tuesday, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo made the decision to elevate Smith and presumably rookie Davis Webb in what has become a lost season for the Giants. One day later, McAdoo termed Webb the No. 3 quarterback for Week 13, meaning Manning will be active and available behind Smith. Although an appearance this weekend isn't likely, Manning could see snaps if Smith struggles more than expected or succumbs to an injury.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Benched for rest of regular season

    Eli Manning will not start at quarterback in Sunday's game against the Raiders and is not expected to play for the rest of the regular season.Given that Manning has started 210 consecutive regular-season games for the New York Giants, coach Ben McAdoo gave Manning the option to start Sunday, but the veteran declined, which will put his streak to an end. Geno Smith will start at quarterback in Manning's place, with rookie Davis Webb expected to see some time under center eventually, too. As of now, it's unclear what Manning's future with the franchise is, but this is the first sign that his time in New York could be coming to a close.

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    Giants' Eli Manning: Stuggles in Thanksgiving loss

    Eli Manning completed 13-of-27 passes for just 113 yards and an interception in Thursday's 20-10 loss to the Redskins.The New York Giants struggled offensively the whole evening. Their only touchdown came off an interception in the third-quarter. Manning did not get much help from his receivers, as there were several drops on the evening. He will look to bounce back when the Giants face the Raiders in Week 13.

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