Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2019 1042 6 5 7
2018 4299 21 11 20 1
3y Avg. 2936 15 10 18 1

Fantasy News

  • Giants' Eli Manning: Mixed bag in win

    Manning completed 20 of 28 passes for 283 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions in Sunday's 36-20 win over the Dolphins. Manning tossed a 51-yard touchdown to Golden Tate in the second quarter and a five-yarder to Darius Slayton in the third. He nearly had another third-quarter score, but receiver Sterling Shepard came up just short of the end zone and Saquon Barkley punched it in on the ground one play later. With some decent weapons around him, the veteran quarterback should get some consideration in two-quarterback formats against the Redskins in Week 16, assuming Daniel Jones (ankle) isn't reinserted under center over Manning.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Unclear if another start is on tap

    Coach Pat Shurmur isn't sure whether Manning or Daniel Jones (ankle) will start Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Tom Rock of Newsday reports. "I couldn't tell you that at this point," Shurmur said Tuesday. On Monday in Philadelphia, Manning was given a shot to take the field for the first time since Week 2, but despite a throwback first half, he and the Giants ultimately fell in overtime. Overall, he completed 15 of 30 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns while losing a yard on two carries. Before making a decision on the Giants' starting QB for Week 15, Shurmur wants to see how Jones moves about on his "moderate" high-ankle sprain this week, which may mean the rookie signal-caller makes an appearance at practice. In any case, Shurmer disputed the report that Jones is set to sit out 2-to-4 weeks, according to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post. We should have a better idea on Manning's prospects for another start by week's end.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Throws two TDs in return

    Manning completed 15 of 30 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night's 23-17 overtime loss to the Eagles. Manning, who was making his first appearance since Week 2, got off to a strong start thanks to wideout Darius Slayton. The rookie broke a tackle en route to a 35-yard score early, then breezed by blown coverage on a 55-yard touchdown just prior to halftime. The latter reception marked Manning's longest completion of the season, but the 38-year-old struggled to produce much in the second half. While New York's sputtering offense ultimately contributed toward a narrow defeat, Manning figures to remain at the helm should Daniel Jones (ankle) stay sidelined in Week 15, when a matchup against the Dolphins could favor the Giants' passing attack.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: May replace Jones beyond Week 14

    Manning, who will start Monday's game against the Eagles, could remain in the lineup beyond Week 14 with Daniel Jones (ankle) expected to be sidelined around 2-to-4 weeks, Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL Network report. After sustaining a high-ankle sprain in the Week 13 loss to the Packers, Jones wasn't able to practice at any point this week, though he was able to rid himself of a walking boot. While ditching the boot amounts to a sign of progress, the rookie signal-caller doesn't look like he's currently on pace to play Week 15 against the Dolphins, though the Giants haven't officially commented on his status beyond the Monday night game. Jones' absence will at least allow Manning to takes snaps for the first time since Week 2, providing the veteran with another chance to show teams around the league that he still has something left in the tank. Though Manning's contract will expire after the season, sources close to the 39-year-old believe he's open to continue playing if the opportunity to start exists with another team, per Jordan Raanan of
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Will start Monday

    Manning will start Monday's contest against the Eagles after Daniel Jones (ankle) was officially ruled out, Jordan Raanan of reports. This shouldn't come as a surprise considering conversation all throughout the week seemed to indicate Jones would be unavailable Monday. As a result, the 38-year-old quarterback will make the 233rd start of his professional career, but his first since Week 2. What's more, he'll be without his star tight end Evan Engram (foot), who was somewhat surprisingly ruled out for another week. However, Manning will still have a dangerous trio of wide receivers at his disposal in the form of Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate and Darius Slayton, all of whom are expected to play.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Out as starter

    The Giants announced Tuesday that Daniel Jones will replace Manning as the team's starting quarterback Week 3 versus the Buccaneers. Former head coach Ben McAdoo memorably benched Manning in favor of Geno Smith for one game in 2017, but the two-time Super Bowl MVP's move to the bench looks to be permanent this time around. The Manning-led offense sputtered in two rather non-competitive losses to begin the season, with the signal-caller completing 62.9 percent of his passes for only 6.2 yards per attempt to go with three turnovers (two interceptions, one lost fumble). Jones, a rookie first-round selection, showcased an accurate arm in the preseason and during garbage time in the Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, which likely made coach Pat Shurmur more comfortable in pulling the plug on Manning. The 38-year-old, who carries a $23.2 million cap hit this season, now becomes the NFL's priciest backup quarterback.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Won't play Thursday

    Coach Pat Shurmur said Sunday that Manning won't play in Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Manning looked sharp in his recent preseason tune-up, and it's likely the team is holding him out to prevent injury. The veteran is still expected to start Week 1 over sixth-overall pick Daniel Jones despite his absence Thursday. In the meantime, Jones will start the team's fourth preseason game, and will likely play most of the game.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Solid in short tuneup

    Manning played just the opening drive of Thursday's 25-23 preseason win over the Bengals, completing four of eight passes for 41 yards. Manning looked sharp in leading the offense to a field goal, but his receivers didn't do him any favors with a couple drops, including one in the end zone. The veteran quarterback will almost certainly sit out the final preseason game next week and is locked into the Week 1 starting role over rookie sixth overall pick Daniel Jones. Manning will hope to have Sterling Shepard (thumb) available by that point, especially with New York's receiving corps already missing Golden Tate (suspension) for the first four games.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Has support from up top

    Giants owner John Mara said Tuesday that he hopes Manning will play well enough to keep Daniel Jones off the field all season, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. "I hope Eli has a great year and Daniel [Jones] never sees the field." Mara said. "But again, at the end of the day, that's going to be a decision by the head coach as to when, or if, Daniel winds up playing this year." Team leadership seems to be on the same page about giving Jones a redshirt year, though Mara acknowledges the possibility it won't actually play out that way. The rookie was sharp in the preseason opener, completing each of his five passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. Manning remains on track for the Week 1 start, but his leash will be shorter if Jones continues to thrive in exhibitions. Meanwhile, the Giants have a clear weakness at wide receiver, with Corey Coleman (knee) out for the season and Golden Tate suspended for the first four contests. Cody Latimer and Bennie Fowler lead a large group of wideouts competing for snaps behind Sterling Shepard.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Throws one pass

    Manning completed his lone pass attempt for three yards in Thursday's preseason opener against the Jets. Manning worked a three-play first drive before giving way to rookie sixth overall pick Daniel Jones, who threw a touchdown in his lone drive of action. Barring a spectacular preseason from Jones, Manning is locked in as the Giants' Week 1 starter under center and will be used sparingly during the exhibition slate.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Getting start Thursday

    Manning is expected to start Thursday's preseason contest against the Jets, Art Stapleton of reports. In such a scenario, Manning will take the first series or two before handing off the offense to rookie first-rounder Daniel Jones. The order of appearance is no surprise considering Manning has handled all first-team reps to this point in training camp. While he's also slated to begin the regular season as the No. 1 QB, he'd be in danger of losing the job if his performance resembles that of recent seasons or if the team isn't in the playoff chase.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Collecting $5 million roster bonus

    GM Dave Gettleman confirmed Manning will receive a $5 million roster bonus Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Previous reports suggested the bonus was due Saturday, but it turns out Manning has to wait until Monday afternoon. Regardless, the decision to pay him the money ensures the Giants will stick with the 38-year-old quarterback for at least one more season. Gettleman's offseason moves hint at a run-first approach centered around Saquon Barkley, with the Giants acquiring standout guard Kevin Zeitler and swapping out Odell Beckham for Golden Tate at wide receiver. The problem with the plan is that it requires a solid defense, while the Giants arguably have the NFL's ugliest depth chart on that side of the ball. A wealth of draft capital should help address the problem, but there will still be some busy days ahead for Manning, who could eventually face pressure for the starting job if his team uses an early pick on a quarterback.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: May not have full commitment

    General manager Dave Gettleman didn't sound entirely committed to retaining Manning for the 2019 season when questioned about the matter Wednesday, Matt Lombardo of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. "You don't know what can happen," Gettleman said. "We're evaluating everything and we just have to keep moving forward." Gettleman spoke with the media less than an hour after coach Pat Shurmur, who definitively said that Manning will be back with the Giants. It sounds like the two bosses aren't quite on the same page, though both were complimentary of Manning's 2018 performance, pointing to subpar play on the offensive line as an explanation for the 38-year-old's inconsistent performance. With Gettleman refusing to rule out the possibility of adding another veteran quarterback, the Giants are staying open to all options, including investing an early draft pick at the position. The team surely plans to make a decision on Manning before March 17, at which point he's due to receive a $5 million roster bonus.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Expected to stay with New York

    Coach Pat Shurmur said Wednesday that Manning will remain with the Giants for the 2019 season, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Shurmur strongly hinted at another season with Manning as the starting quarterback, going as far to say that he believes the 38-year-old has multiple years remaining in his career, per Vacchiano. This doesn't mean the Giants will pass on the opportunity to select a quarterback early in the 2019 NFL Draft, but it at least suggests Manning will be under center for Week 1. Shurmur implied that a poor offensive line was largely to blame for the team's offensive struggles in 2018. With Saquon Barkley, Odell Beckham, Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram all under contract, the Giants have no shortage of talent at the skill positions.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Throws two TD passes

    Manning completed 24 of 41 pass attempts for 301 yards, two touchdowns and one interception during Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Cowboys. He also lost a fumble. Manning completed just 59 percent of his attempts, but some big plays allowed him to top 300 passing yards for the fifth time this season. He connected with Evan Engram and Cody Latimer for touchdowns, upping his total to 21 on the season. Unfortunately, Manning also turned the ball over 15 times and failed to take full advantage of the wealth of options at the skill positions that the Giants boast. This ineptitude could force the team to move on from Manning during the offseason, whether it be in free agency or via the draft.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Two turnovers in loss to Titans

    Manning completed 21 of 44 pass attempts for 229 yards, zero touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 17-0 loss to Tennessee. He also lost a fumble. Manning committed two vital turnovers during Sunday's loss -- throwing an interception inside the Titans' 30-yard line on the opening drive of the second half, and later fumbling while trying to avoid a sack, gifting Tennessee with a touchdown that helped push its lead to 14 points. It's been dismal both on the field and in fantasy for Manning, posting fewer than 14 points (standard scoring) in three of his past four outings, while committing six turnovers over that span. Manning has finished 23rd or worst in quarterback scoring three times since Week 12, a trend that has potential to continue in Week 16 when the Giants take on a Colts defense that entered the weekend allowing 19 passing touchdowns in 2018, tied for seventh fewest in the NFL.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: May stick with team in 2019

    The Giants have been impressed with Manning's play in recent weeks and could keep the veteran quarterback on the roster in 2019, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. "He is, from what I understand, playing his way onto the roster in 2019," Rapoport said of Manning on NFL Network's "Good Morning Football Weekend" program. "Sources I talked to, were adamant, no decision has been made firmly. This is an offseason situation. But the way he has been playing, the way he has held up certainly opens up the possibility that he is back in 2019." It's quite the turnaround in fortunes for Manning, who looked to be in jeopardy of losing his starting role to either Kyle Lauletta or Alex Tanney heading into a Week 9 bye. Though the Giants could give Lauletta some reps in Weeks 16 and 17 if the team is officially eliminated from the postseason, Manning will at least be under center Sunday against the Titans after posting a 10:2 TD:INT and 7.6 YPA over the past five games. If the Giants do decide to bring Manning back in 2019, he would be owed $16.5 million and wouldn't necessarily be locked in as the starter throughout the season in the event a young quarterback emerges as a viable successor.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Underwhelming day in OT win

    Manning completed 19 of 35 passes for 170 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Giants' 30-27 overtime win over the Bears on Sunday. Manning mustered a scant 4.9 YPA and turned in his lowest passing yardage total of the season in a very tough matchup. The 15-year veteran was able to connect with Odell Beckham, Jr. for a one-yard score late in the third quarter, after the star receiver had notched the first passing touchdown of the day for the Giants with a nifty 49-yard connection with Russell Shepard on a trick play. The veteran signal-caller did come through with a clutch eight-yard completion to Sterling Shepard on third-and-2 in overtime, which led to Aldrick Rosas' go-ahead 44-yard field goal that eventually proved to be the difference. Manning will look to get his numbers back up to par when he faces the Redskins in a Week 14 matchup.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Totals 297 passing yards

    Manning completed 26 of 37 pass attempts for 297 yards, one touchdown and one interception during Sunday's 25-22 loss to the Eagles. Manning completed 70 percent of his passes and connected with eight different receivers as he delivered one of his better yardage totals of the season. He hit Saquon Barkley for a 13-yard touchdown in the first quarter and helped build a big early lead, but he also threw a poor interception as he tried to force the ball to Odell Beckham Jr. in the end zone just before halftime. Considering the final score of the game, Manning's mistake actually looms much larger than it would appear on the scoresheet. He'll look to bounce back in Week 13 against the Bears, but a matchup against one of the league's best defenses isn't exactly ideal for the veteran.
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  • Giants' Eli Manning: Solid in Week 11 win

    Manning completed 17 of 18 passes for 231 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Giants' 38-35 win over the Buccaneers on Sunday. He also lost a yard on his sole rush and fumbled once but recovered. Manning had only one incompletion -- a bad miss of a wide-open Saquon Barkley running free down the sideline -- but otherwise was more accurate than usual. Barkley did the rest of the damage on the ground, which helped lead to Manning's third-lowest passing yardage total of the season. Manning's 12.8 YPA was actually a season high, meaning that his stellar day didn't just consist of dink-and-dunk throws. He'll look to build on Sunday's effort versus the Eagles in Week 12.
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