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SPOTLIGHT:
Eli Manning
QB #10
Height:
6-4
Weight:
218
Age:
33
College:
Mississippi
Experience:
11

Quick Stats (2013):

TDS
18
INT
27
YDS
3,818
RTG
69.4

Biography

TRANSACTIONS: Originally a 1st round (1st pick overall) draft choice by the San Diego Chargers in 2004. Obtained by the Giants in a trade for quarterback Philip Rivers (whom the Giants had taken with the 4th pick), the Giants’ 2004 3rd-round pick, and 2005 1st and 5th-round picks.

TRANSACTIONS: Originally a 1st round (1st pick overall) draft choice by the San Diego Chargers in 2004. Obtained by the Giants in a trade for quarterback Philip Rivers (whom the Giants had taken with the 4th pick), the Giants’ 2004 3rd-round pick, and 2005 1st and 5th-round picks.

GIANTS NOTES:
Followed his father, Archie, and brother, Peyton, into the NFL…Archie was the 2nd pick of the 1971 draft and played 14 years with New Orleans, Houston and Minnesota. Peyton was the 1st choice of the 1998 draft by the Indianapolis Colts, is a 4-time NFL Most Valuable Player and was the winning quarterback in Super Bowl XLI. Peyton Manning is in his 2nd season with the Denver Broncos, whom he led to the AFC West title in 2012.

Manning’s arrival marked the 1st time the Giants came out of a draft with the top player selected since 1965, when they chose Auburn running back Tucker Fredrickson.

Manning won the Rozelle Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI.  He is 1 of 5 players in NFL history to win multiple Super Bowl MVP awards (Joe Montana, 3; Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr, 2 apiece).

Manning is the 1st Giants player to win the Rozelle Trophy multiple times. Previous Giants Super Bowl MVPs include quarterback Phil Simms (Super Bowl XXI) and running back Ottis Anderson (Super Bowl XXV).

Manning hit 9 different targets while completing 30 of 40 passes for 296 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions (a passer rating of 103.8) in the Giants’ 21-17 victory over New England in Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5, 2012. It was the 25th time in Super Bowl history a quarterback has won the MVP award (18 different quarterbacks; Baltimore’s Joe Flacco became the 19th in Super Bowl XLVII).

In Super Bowl XLII, Manning was named MVP after completing 19 of 34 passes for 255 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception that caromed off Steve Smith’s hands. It was the 2nd year in a row a Manning won the award; his brother received the honor after Super Bowl XLI the previous season.

Manning is 1 of 30 different starting quarterbacks to win a Super Bowl and 1 of 2 Mannings. Peyton led the Indianapolis Colts to the title in 2006. The Mannings were the 18th set of brothers to play in the Super Bowl and the 1st pair of brothers to play quarterback.

Manning is 1 of 20 quarterbacks to win a Super Bowl without losing 1.

Manning was the 11th quarterback to win at least 2 Super Bowls.

Manning is 1 of 7 quarterbacks taken with the 1st overall selection in the NFL Draft to start a Super Bowl. The others are Terry Bradshaw (4-0 in Super Bowls), Jim Plunkett (2-0), John Elway (2-3), Troy Aikman (3-0), Drew Bledsoe (0-1), and Peyton Manning (1-1). The former No. 1 choices are 14-4 in Super Bowls. 

Manning and Brady were the starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl XLVI, as they were in Super Bowl II. It was the 3rd starting quarterback rematch in Super Bowl history and each resulted in a sweep. Terry Bradshaw and Pittsburgh defeated Roger Staubach and Dallas in Super Bowls X and XIII, and Troy Aikman and Dallas beat Jim Kelly and Buffalo in Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII.

Super Bowl XLVI was the 1st Super Bowl in which both starting quarterbacks had won a Super Bowl MVP award.

Manning was the 1st quarterback to start 2 Super Bowls for the Giants. In their first 4 Super Bowls, 4 different quarterbacks started for the Giants. The others were Phil Simms, Jeff Hostetler and Kerry Collins. The Giants were the 1st team to start a different quarterback in each of their first 4 Super Bowls. Only 2 other teams have started 4 different quarterbacks in a Super Bowl, though not in the franchise’s first 4 games. The Raiders have started Daryle Lamonica, Ken Stabler, Jim Plunkett and Rich Gannon. Washington’s four Super Bowl quarterbacks were Billy Kilmer, Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien.

Manning is the only quarterback to wear No. 10 and win a Super Bowl. The only other starting quarterback to wear No. 10 in a Super Bowl was Minnesota’s Fran Tarkenton in Super Bowls VIII, IX and XI.

Manning has 5 game-winning, 4th-quarter drives in the playoffs. He is 1 of 4 quarterbacks since the 1970 merger to accomplish that feat, joining Tom Brady (7), John Elway (6) and Joe Montana (5).

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

Has played in 137 regular season games with starts in his last 135 appearances and has started all 11 postseason games in which he’s played. In the regular season, Manning has completed 2,612 of 4,457 (58.6 %) for 31,527 yards, 211 touchdowns and 144 interceptions for a passer rating of 82.7. Manning is 1st in franchise history in completions and touchdown passes, 2nd in attempts and passing yards and 3rd in interceptions.

Manning’s career completion percentage of 58.60 is 1st in Giants history among quarterbacks with at least 1,000 attempts. Kerry Collins is 2nd at 58.51 (1,447-2,473).

Manning’s record as a regular-season starter is 78-57 (.578).

Manning has 25 300-yard games and a long pass of 99 yards. The Giants are 13-12 in regular-season games in which Manning throws for 300 yards, 2-2 when he throws for 400 yards and 1-0 when he passes for 500 yards. They are 2-0 in his postseason 300-yard games.

Manning holds the Giants career postseason records with 356 pass attempts, 219 completions, 61.51 completion percentage, 2,516 yards, 17 touchdown passes and is tied for 2nd with Tuffy Leemans with 8 interceptions.

In 2012, started all 16 games for the 8th consecutive season and completed 321 of 536 passes (59.9 percent) for 3,948 yards, 26 touchdowns, 15 interceptions and a passer rating of 87.2. His streak of consecutive 4,000-yard seasons ended at 3.

Originally a 2nd alternate, he played in his 2nd Pro Bowl after Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers pulled out of the game. Manning also played in the Pro Bowl following the 2008 season. He was selected to the NFC team in 2011, but did not play in the game because the Giants advanced to Super Bowl XLVI.

Established a career high by throwing 5 touchdown passes – 2 to Rueben Randle and 1apiece to David Wilson, Victor Cruz and Henry Hynoski – vs. Philadelphia (12/30)...That increased his career total to 211 and moved him past Randall Cunningham, Kurt Warner, Kerry Collins and Jim Hart and into 26th place on the NFL’s career list… It was the 5th time in history a Giants quarterback threw for at least 5 touchdowns in a game. Hall of Famer Y.A Tittle set the franchise record with 7 vs. Washington on Oct. 28, 1962. Tittle threw 6 scoring passes vs. Dallas on Dec. 16, 1962. Fran Tarkenton threw 5 touchdown passes vs. St. Louis on Oct. 25, 1970, a total matched by Phil Simms at St. Louis on Sept. 7, 1980.

Manning set a franchise record with his 8th career 4-touchdown game, surpassing Tittle. The Giants are 5-3 in those games…Manning threw 3 touchdowns in a 1st quarter for the 1st time in career. His only other 3-touchdown-pass quarter was in the 4th at Seattle on Sept. 24, 2006, when he helped the Giants close a 42-3 deficit to 42-30.

Completed 13 of 25 passes for 161 yards and 2 interceptions for a passer rating of 38.9 at Atlanta (12/16)...It was his lowest rating since Dec. 23, 2007, when it was 32.2 in a Giants victory played in inclement weather at Buffalo...Manning’s 9-yard pass to Domenik Hixon with about 3½ minutes remaining in the 2nd quarter was the 2,577th completion of Manning’s career, a Giants record.

Completed 22 of 35 passes for 259 yards, 4 touchdowns and 2 interceptions for a passer rating of 99.6 vs. New Orleans (12/9)...It was his 7th career 4-touchdown game, tying Tittle’s franchise record.

Completed 16 of 30 passes for 249 yards and 3 touchdowns vs. Green Bay (11/25)...Increased his career total to 200 touchdown passes to pass Simms (199) and become the Giants’ all-time leader…Set the record on a 13-yard touchdown pass to Hakeem Nicks in the 3rd quarter… Manning’s streak without a touchdown pass ended after a career-high 106 passes when he threw a 16-yard score to Randle with 2:38 remaining in the first quarter.

Hit 10 of 24 passes for 125 yards and 1 interception vs. Pittsburgh (11/4)...Increased his career total to 30,005 yards, passing Randall Cunningham (29,979) to become the 34th quarterback in history with at least 30,000 passing yards.

Completed 15 of 29 passes for 192 yards, no touchdowns and an interception at Dallas (10/23)...Improved his recorded to 4-0 in Cowboys Stadium…The Giants trailed in the 4th quarter, 24-23. It was the 23rd regular-season game in which Manning rallied the Giants from a 4th quarter deficit or tie to win.

Completed 26 of 40 passes for 337 yards vs. Washington (10/21)...It was his 25th regular-season 300-yard game...Found Victor Cruz deep down field for a game-winning 77-yard touchdown with 1:13 remaining.

Completed 15 of 28 passes for 193 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions in 26-3 rout of eventual NFC champion 49ers at San Francisco (10/14)…The 193 yards ending his streak of consecutive regular-season games with at least 200 passing yards at 24, the 2nd-longest in history.

Completed 25 of 37 passes for 259 yards, 3 touchdowns to Cruz and 1 interception vs. Cleveland...Posted his 24th consecutive 200-yard passing game, the 2nd-longest streak in NFL history behind Hall of Famer Dan Fouts’ 45 in a row from 1980-83...Led Giants on touchdown drives of 92 and 95 yards.

Completed 24 of 42 passes for 309 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception at Philadelphia (9/30)...It was Manning’s 23rd consecutive game with at least 200 passing yards, breaking a tie with New Orleans’ Drew Brees (2007-09) to give Manning the 2nd-longest streak in history.

Completed 77.1 percent of his passes (27 of 35) for 288 yards and a touchdown at Carolina (9/20).

Passed for a career-high 510 yards while completing 31 of 51 passes for 510 yards, 3 touchdowns and 3 interceptions in a comeback victory vs. Tampa Bay (9/16). It was the 1st time in Giants history they won a regular season game in which they threw at least 50 passes... Manning’s previous career high was 420 yards vs. Seattle on (10/9/11)…His 31 completions tied for the 3rd-highest total of his career. He had a 34-completon game vs. Tennessee (9/26/10), he’s had two 33-completion games and this was his third 31-completion game…Manning’s 51 passes increased his career total to 4,004, becoming the 2nd Giants quarterback to throw at least 4,000 passes (Phil Simms)... Manning’s 510 yards were the 2nd-highest total by a quarterback in Giants history behind Simms’ 513 yards at Cincinnati on Oct. 13, 1985... Manning’s 510-yard passing performance was the 2nd-highest total by an NFL quarterback in 2012 – and the highest total in a game that was completed in 4 quarters. Houston’s Matt Schaub threw for 527 yards in an overtime victory over Jacksonville on Nov. 18…Manning became the 9th quarterback in history to throw for at least 510 yards in a regular-season game…Manning, Cruz (11 receptions for 179 yards) and Hakeem Nicks (10 for 199 yards) joined 3 Hall of Famers – quarterback Norm Van Brocklin and receivers Elroy (Crazy Legs) Hirsh and Tom Fears of the 1951 Los Angeles Rams - as the only teammates in history with 500 passing yards, plus 2 receivers with at least 150 yards, in the same game.

Opened the season by completing 21 of 32 passes for 213 yards, 1 touchdown, and no interceptions vs. Dallas (9/5).

In 2011, Manning started all 16 games and set Giants records for pass attempts (589), completions (359) and yards (4,933). The yardage total was the 4th-highest in the NFL in 2011 and the 6th-highest in league history. It was Manning’s 3rd consecutive 4,000-yard season.

Manning’s 29 touchdown passes were the 2nd-highest total of his career (he had 31 in 2010) and his 16 interceptions were 9 fewer than he threw the previous season. His passer rating of 92.9 was the 2nd highest of his career (he had a 93.1 rating in 2009).

Manning led the Giants to their 3rd NFC East championship and 5th postseason berth in his 8 full seasons as the team’s quarterback.

In the Giants’ 4-game postseason, Manning completed 106 of 163 passes (.650) for 1,219 yards, 9 touchdowns and 1 interception.

Manning was 1 of 2 quarterbacks to throw every 1 of his team’s passes in 2011. The other was San Diego’s Philip Rivers. Manning and Rivers were traded for each other during the 2004 NFL Draft…Manning was the only quarterback to throw every 1 of his team’s passes in the 2010 and 2011 seasons.

With Manning throwing every pass, the Giants shattered a team record with 295.5 passing yards a game. The former record, set in 2009, was 251.2 yards.

Manning had a career-high eight 300-yard passing games. That increased his career total to 22, breaking Simms’ former team record of 21.

Manning threw for at least 400 yards 3 times: 420 vs. Seattle (10/9), 406 at New Orleans (11/28) and 400 at Dallas (12/11). He is 1 of 3 players in NFL history with at least three 400-yard passing games in a season: Hall of Famer Dan Marino had 4 in 1984 and 3 in 1986 and Dallas’ Tony Romo had 3 in 2012.

The Giants led the NFL with 18 completions of 40 or more yards in 2011. Green Bay and Detroit tied for second with 16.

Manning was selected to his 2nd Pro Bowl (though he didn’t play in the game because the Giants participated in the Super Bowl).

Manning was the 1st NFL quarterback to throw at least 4 touchdown passes of at least 72 yards since Kurt Warner of St. Louis in 2000 (6). He was the 1st Giants quarterback to do it since Earl Morrall threw 4 in 1965.

Manning threw an NFL-record 15 fourth-quarter touchdown passes in 2011. The previous record of 14 was set by Hall of Famer Johnny Unitas in 1959 and tied by Peyton Manning (2002).

Manning led the Giants to 5 victories in 2011 in which they trailed in the 4th quarter (not counting a comeback in the NFC Championship Game) - plus 1 in which they were tied. The Giants’ 5 victories after trailing in the 4th quarter tied the franchise record set in 2002.

In the Giants’ 21-17 victory over New England in Super Bowl XLVI (2/5), Manning completed 30 of 40 passes (75 %) for 296 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions (a passer rating of 103.8). He was voted the winner of the Pete Rozelle Trophy, awarded to the game’s most valuable player. It was his 2nd Super Bowl MVP Award.

In the Super Bowl, Manning rallied the Giants from a 17-9 3rd-quarter deficit while leading scoring drives on 3 of the team’s 4 second-half possessions.

Manning completed his first 9 passes, a record for consecutive completions to begin a Super Bowl.

Manning set Giants postseason records with 58 passes attempts and 32 completions in a 20-17 overtime victory at San Francisco in the NFC Championship Game (1/22). It was the 1st time in their history the Giants won a game when throwing at least 50 passes; they had been 0-18 in the regular season in such games.

Completed 21 of 33 passes for 330 yards, 3 touchdowns and 1 interception in a 37-20 victory in Green Bay in an NFC Divisional Playoff Game (1/15). Manning’s 66-yard pass to Hakeem Nicks is the 4th-longest play in Giants postseason history.

Manning completed 23 of 32 passes for 277 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions in a 24-2 defeat of Atlanta in an NFC Wild Card Game (1/8).

Manning’s 72-yard touchdown pass to Nicks vs. Atlanta is tied for the longest postseason play in Giants history. On Jan. 3, 1982, Scott Brunner threw a 72-yard pass to Earnest Gray. Manning’s previous long postseason pass was a 52-yard touchdown to Amani Toomer in an NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Dallas on Jan. 13, 2008. It was Manning’s 5th touchdown pass of more than 70 yards in 2011 and the 1st caught by someone other than Victor Cruz.

Hit 24 of 33 passes for 346 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions in the Giants’ 31-14 victory over Dallas (1/1) that clinched the NFC East title.

In a 29-16 victory over the Jets (12/24), Manning threw a 99-yard touchdown pass to Cruz, the longest play in the history of the Giants. The previous long play was a 98-yard pass from Earl Morrall to Homer Jones at Pittsburgh on Sept. 11, 1966. It was the fourth pass of at least 90 yards in Giants history…Manning’s previous long throw was a 92-yard touchdown to Mario Manningham at Washington (1/2/11)…On the same day Manning threw his 99-yard touchdown pass, Carolina’s Cam Newton threw a 91-yard touchdown pass to Brandon LeFell. It was the first time in NFL history 2 different quarterbacks threw touchdown passes of at least 90 yards on the same day…Manning’s pass to Cruz was the 13th 99-yard touchdown pass (and the 14th 99-yard play from scrimmage) in NFL history. On Sept 12, New England’s Tom Brady and Wes Welker hooked up for a 99-yard touchdown pass against the Dolphins in Miami. The 2011 season was the 1st in NFL history with two 99-yard touchdown passes – and they were thrown by the quarterbacks that started in the Super Bowl.

Manning completed 27 of 47 passes for 400 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception and led the Giants to a 37-34 victory at Dallas (12/11). Manning led the Giants to 2 touchdowns in the final 3:14 to become the 2nd team in 2011 to win a game by overcoming a deficit of at least 12 points with less than 5 minutes to play in the 4th quarter. Denver did it at Miami on Oct. 23…It was the 1st time the Giants won under such circumstances since Sept. 21, 1969, when they trailed Minnesota, 23-10, before Fran Tarkenton threw 2 touchdown passes to Don Herrmann in the final 4:48 for a 24-23 victory. The victory in Dallas was the 1st time in their 87-year history the Giants overcame a deficit of at least 12 points with less than 5 minutes remaining to win on the road.

The victory in Dallas was the 2nd game in 2011 in which the Giants won by scoring 2 touchdowns in the final 3½ minutes. They did it at New England (11/6), though the 2nd, game-winning score was necessitated by a touchdown the Patriots scored between the 2 by the Giants. Against the Patriots, Manning completed 20 of 39 passes for 250 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions.

In 2010, Manning started all 16 games for the 6th consecutive season and completed 339-of-539 passes (62.9 percent) for 4,002 yards, 31 touchdowns and 25 interceptions. He had four 300-yard passing games…He was 1 of 4 players to thrown every 1 of his team’s passes in 2010. The others were Indianapolis’ Peyton Manning, Houston’s Matt Schaub and St. Louis’ Sam Bradford.

The 339 completions and 62.9 completion percentage were both franchise single-season records. The previous records were 335 completions by Collins in 2002 and the 62.8 completion percentages by Jeff Hostetler in 1991 and Kurt Warner in 2004.

Manning’s 539 passes were the 2nd-highest total of his career (he threw 557 passes in 2005) and was the 4th-highest total in Giants history (Collins threw 568 passes in 2001 and 545 in 2002).

His 31 touchdown passes were the 3rd-highest total in Giants history and the most by a Giants quarterback in 47 years. Y.A. Tittle threw 36 in 1963 and 33 in 1962.

Manning is the 1st Giants quarterback with two 4,000-yard seasons. He threw for 4,021 yards in 2009. Collins (4,073 in 2002) and Simms (4,044 in 1984) are the only other Giants to pass for more than 4,000 yards.

Manning’s 4,002 yards were the 5th-highest total in the NFL. He was among a record 22 quarterbacks to throw for more than 3,000 yards in 2010.

His 31 touchdown passes were the league’s 4th-highest total. Manning was 1 of 11 quarterbacks to throw for at least 25 touchdowns in 2010.

Manning tied a franchise record by throwing 25 interceptions, a total previously reached by Frank Filchock in 1946 and Charlie Conerly in 1953.

Manning threw career-long touchdown passes on consecutive weeks: an 85-yarder at Green Bay on Dec. 26 and a 92-yarder on Jan. 2 in Washington, both to Mario Manningham. The 92-yard throw was the NFL’s longest play from scrimmage in the 2010 season. It was the 3rd-longest pass in Giants history, exceeded only by Earl Morrall’s 98-yard throw to Homer Jones at Pittsburgh on Sept. 11, 1966 and Norm Snead’s 94-yarder to Rich Houston vs. Dallas on Sept. 24, 1972.

Manning set franchise records for the most attempts (3,169), completions (1,838), passing yards (21,465) and touchdown passes (148) in a player’s first 100 games as a Giant.

Manning threw a career-high 34 completions vs. Dallas on Nov. 14 and had 33 completions against Tennessee on Sept. 26.

Manning threw a career-high 48 passes without being sacked on Nov. 14 vs. Dallas.

On Nov. 21, Manning started the Giants’ game in Philadelphia 6 years to the day after his 1st game as the Giants’ starting quarterback. On Nov. 21, 2004, the Giants lost to Atlanta, 14-10. The Falcons’ starting quarterback in that game was Vick, who was the Eagles’ starter last Nov. 21.

Manning twice tied his career high by throwing 4 touchdown passes: at Dallas (10/25) and vs. Philadelphia (12/19)…He was sacked just 16 times all season and was not sacked in a 5-game stretch from Nov. 7 through Dec. 5…Threw for a season-high 386 yards vs. Tennessee (9/26)…Had a season-high passer rating of 125.8 at Seattle (11/7), where he completed 21-of-32 passes for 290 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions.

In 2009, Manning started all 16 games and completed 317-of-509 passes (62.3 percent) for 4,021 yards, 27 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a passer rating of 93.1. The completions, percentage, yards, touchdowns and rating were all career highs…The 509 attempts were the 8th-highest single-season total in team history and the 317 completions and completion percentage were both 3rd.

Manning became the 3rd quarterback in Giants history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in a season, joining Collins (4,073 in 2002) and Simms (4,044 in 1984). An NFL record 10 quarterbacks broke that barrier in the 2009 season.

Manning threw at least 1 touchdown pass in every game except the losses in Denver and Minnesota.

Manning played only the first 5 series in a 44-7 rout of Oakland (10/11) and left the game with a perfect passer rating of 158.3. He completed 8-of-10 passes for 173 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions. The previous Giants quarterback to finish a game with a perfect rating was Collins at Indianapolis on Dec. 22, 2002, when he completed 23-of-29 passes for 366 yards, 4 touchdowns and no interceptions in a 44-27 victory.

Manning completed 19-of-26 passes for 268 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions at Washington (12/21) for a passer rating of 144.4 that was the 2nd-highest of his career, topped only by his 158.3 rating vs. Oakland. His previous best rating on the road was 131.4 at St. Louis on Sept. 14, 2008.

The game at Washington was the 2nd week in a row Manning threw for 3 scores without an interception and was the 2nd time in Manning’s career he threw 3 touchdown passes in consecutive games. He did it at Philadelphia and Seattle on Sept. 17 and 24, 2006. The Giants are 10-2 in games in which Manning throws 3 touchdown passes.

When Manning threw his 100th touchdown pass at Dallas, he became the 111th quarterback in NFL history to reach that mark. Eli and Peyton Manning are the first pair of brothers to each throw for 100 touchdowns in their career.

Manning twice threw for career-high yardage totals in 2009. He passed for 384 yards vs. Atlanta (11/22) and 391 yards vs. Philadelphia (12/13). They were the 9th and 10th 300-yard games of his career, but his first 2 at home. The Giants are 6-4 when Manning throws for at least 300 yards.

The Giants had 62 pass plays of 20 or more yards in 2009, which left them tied for 5th in the NFL. Manning accounted for 60 of those plays and ranked 5th among the league’s quarterbacks.

Manning threw 3 touchdown passes of at least 60 yards in 2 weeks: 1 vs. Dallas (12/6) and 2 vs. Philadelphia (12/13). He was the 1st Giants quarterback to throw 2 touchdown passes of 60 or more yards in the same game since Collins did it vs. the Jets on Dec. 5, 1999 (scores of 61 and 80 yards to Amani Toomer). The last Giants quarterback to accomplish the feat in back-to-back games was Simms on Sept. 2 and 9, 1984, also in home games vs. Philadelphia and Dallas.

Manning rushed for a career-best 34 yards at Philadelphia on Nov. 1. That was the highest total by a Giants quarterback since Oct. 31, 1999, when Kent Graham ran for 41 yards
– also in Philadelphia.

Manning completed 76 percent of his passes (25-of-33) vs. San Diego (11/8), which tied for the 2nd-best 1-game mark of his career. He hit 79 percent (26-of-33) at Arizona on Nov. 23, 2008 and 76 percent (19-of-25) vs. Seattle on Oct. 5, 2008.

Manning’s 29 completions vs. Carolina (12/27) were his highest total in Giants Stadium. His previous best was 28 completions vs. the Eagles on Dec. 17, 2006.

In 2008, Manning started all 16 regular season games and the NFC Divisional Playoff Game…He led the Giants to their 2nd NFC East championship in his 4 full seasons as a starter and their 4th consecutive postseason berth, a franchise record. Only 1 other QB had then led his team to the playoffs in 4 consecutive seasons – Peyton Manning.

Manning completed 289-of-479 passes (60.3 percent) for 3,238 yards, 21 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for a passer rating of 86.4. The completion percentage and rating were then career highs. It was the 1st time since Manning’s rookie season in 2004 – when he started just 9 games – that he did not throw at least 500 passes. The 10 interceptions were his lowest total since he threw 9 as a rookie and were half his 2007 total.

Manning twice had single-game career-high passer ratings. On Sept. 14 in St. Louis, he completed 20-of-29 passes for 260 yards, 3 touchdowns and no interceptions for a rating of 131.4. Three weeks later vs. Seattle, Manning completed 19-of-25 passes for 267 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions for a rating of 136.6, the highest of his career, including both regular season and postseason games. His previous best in any game had been a 132.4 rating in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Dallas on Jan. 13.

When Manning’s 4th pass at Cleveland (10/13) was intercepted by safety Brodney Pool it ended a streak of 108 consecutive throws without a pick, the 2nd-longest streak of his career. He threw 124 passes without an interception from Sept. 11 to Oct. 16, 2005, a streak ended by Dallas’ Anthony Henry.

Manning completed 21-of-34 passes for 305 yards, a touchdown and an interception at Washington (11/30). It was his 1st 300-yard game since Oct. 15, 2007.

Manning was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month in November and Sporting News’ 2008 Pro Athlete of the Year.

In 2007, Manning started all 16 regular season games and 4 postseason games and led the Giants to victory in Super Bowl XLII…Completed 297-of-529 passes for 3,336 yards, 23 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. In 4 postseason games, Manning completed 72-of-119 passes (60.5 percent) for 854 yards, 6 touchdowns and 1 interception.

Tied a career high – and set a personal best in a road game - by throwing 4 touchdown passes while completing 28-of-41 throws for 312 yards at Dallas (9/9). Three of the scoring passes went to Plaxico Burress, the other to Derrick Ward…Left the game in the 4th quarter with a bruised shoulder…Despite the injury, Manning started the next week vs. Green Bay.

Led the Giants to their 1st victory of the season at Washington (9/23), where he completed 21-of-36 passes, including the game-winning 33-yard touchdown pass to Burress in the 4th quarter.

Manning threw a career high-tying 4 touchdown passes vs. New England (12/29). Two of the scores went to Burress and 1 each to Brandon Jacobs and Kevin Boss…Completed 22-of-32 passes for 251 yards and 1 interception for a passer rating of 118.6.

Opened postseason play by completing 20-of-27 passes for 185 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions in NFC Wild Card Game victory at Tampa Bay (1/6)…Became the 5th Giants QB to win a postseason game in the Giants Stadium era (since 1976), joining Simms, Jeff Hostetler, Collins and Scott Brunner.

Completed 12-of-18 passes for 163 yards and 2 touchdowns to Amani Toomer in NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Dallas (1/13)…Manning’s rating of 132.4 was then the  highest of his career…His 52-yard touchdown pass to Toomer was his longest postseason completion…Successfully engineered a 2-minute drive in the 2nd quarter by completing 4 passes for 56 yards on a 7-play 71-yard drive in just 46 seconds that resulted in a 4-yard touchdown pass to Toomer to tie the game at 14-14 at halftime.

Played another turnover-free game and set career postseason highs with 40 passes and 21 completions while throwing for 251 yards in minus-23 degree wind chill in the NFC Championship Game victory in Green Bay (1/20)…Increased his streak to 101 consecutive postseason passes without an interception.

Manning was named the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XLII after completing 19-of-34 passes for a career postseason-high 255 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception that caromed off Steve Smith’s hands in the Giants’ victory over the New England Patriots…Led the Giants on their game-winning 4th quarter drive by completing 5-of-9 passes for 77 yards and a 13-yard touchdown pass to Burress. The most memorable play on the drive was a 32-yard completion to David Tyree, who secured the ball against his helmet after Manning eluded the grasp of numerous Patriots defensive lineman…Threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Tyree early in the 4th quarter that was set up by passes of 45 yards to Kevin Boss and 17 yards to Smith…Manning was intercepted by cornerback Ellis Hobbs with 11:53 remaining in the 2nd quarter. It was the Giants’ 1st offensive turnover in their 4-game postseason. The offense had gone 34 possessions and run 213 plays without turning over the ball. The previous turnover had been in the regular season finale against the Patriots – also an interception by Hobbs of a Manning pass. Manning had thrown 103 consecutive passes without an interception, including 95 in the postseason. He had thrown 111 postseason passes in a row without a pick…Manning threw 2 interceptions in the Giants’ last 5 games and Hobbs had both of them.

In 2006, started all 16 regular season games and the NFC Wild Card Game…Completed 301-of-522 regular season passes for 3,244 yards, 24 touchdowns, 18 interceptions and 77.0 QB rating…Manning’s 24 touchdown passes matched his 2005 total and left him tied for 4th in the NFL with St. Louis Pro Bowler Marc Bulger…Manning was the 1st Giants quarterback to throw at least 20 touchdown passes in consecutive seasons since Simms did it 3 years in a row from 1984-86.

Completed a career-high 31 passes on 43 attempts for 371 yards with 3 touchdowns, 1 interception and a rating of 111.7 at Philadelphia (9/17)…In overtime, Manning completed 8-of-8 passes for 83 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown pass to Burress to give the Giants a 30-24 comeback victory after they trailed by 17 at the start of the 4th quarter.

Finished with 17 completions on 33 attempts for 172 yards with 3 touchdowns, 0 interceptions, a long pass of 45 yards and a QB rating of 97.0 at Carolina (12/10)…Game long 45-yard pass to Burress was followed by a 28-yard touchdown pass to the same receiver in the 2nd quarter…Threw a season-long 55-yard touchdown pass to Burress vs. New Orleans (12/24).

Finished with 16 completions on 27 attempts for 161 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception in the NFC Wild Card Game at Philadelphia (1/7/07)…The Giants scored on their opening possession when Manning threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Burress…Tied the game at 20-20 with an 11-yard touchdown pass to Burress in the 4th quarter.

In 2005, started all 16 regular season games and the NFC Wild Card Game in his 1st full season as the starting quarterback…Led the Giants to the NFC East championship…Completed 294-of-557 passes for 3,762 yards with 24 touchdowns, 17 interceptions, a long completion of 78 yards and a QB rating of 75.9…Manning’s 24 touchdown passes were the most by a Giant since Fran Tarkenton had 29 in 1967…Completed 12-of-24 passes for 204 yards, 1 touchdown and no interceptions in a victory at Oakland (12/31) that clinched the division title…Threw a then career-long 78-yard touchdown pass to Burress.

Scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak in the 2nd quarter at Philadelphia (12/11), the 1st rushing touchdown of Manning's career and the 1st by a Giants quarterback since Kurt Warner scored on a 1-yard run vs. Cleveland (9/26/04).

Threw a career-high 53 passes (completing 29) for 344 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception at Seattle (11/27). The 53 passes were the most thrown by the Giants since Collins had 59 at New England (10/12/03). It was the 12th consecutive game in which Manning threw at least 1 touchdown pass, 3 shy of the Giants record set by Y.A. Tittle from 1962-64.

Completed 23-of-42 passes for 214 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception vs. Denver (10/23). Led the Giants on 2 touchdown drives in the 4th quarter to secure his 2nd career 4th quarter come-from-behind-victory. His 2-yard touchdown pass to Toomer with 5 seconds remaining in the game gave the Giants a 24-23 victory. On the game-winning 83-yard drive, Manning completed 8-of-13 passes for 68 yards.

Completed 19-of-35 passes for 296 yards and 4 touchdowns vs. St. Louis (10/2) to become the 1st Giants quarterback to throw 4 touchdown passes in a regular-season game since Collins did it at Indianapolis (12/22/02). Collins matched the feat in an NFC Wild Card playoff game at San Francisco (1/5/03).

As a rookie in 2004, played in 9 games, including starts in the final 7 games…Rookie record as a starter was 1-6…Improved markedly down the stretch and finished with 95 completions in 197 attempts for 1,043 yards, 6 touchdowns and 9 interceptions.

Earned his 1st NFL victory in the 2004 season finale vs. Dallas, completing 18 of 27 passes for 144 yards, 3 touchdowns, 1 interception and a rating of 101.5…Manning threw touchdown passes of 2 yards to Visanthe Shiancoe in the 2nd quarter, 15 yards to Tyree and 3 yards to Tiki Barber, both in the 4th quarter. Completed a 23-yard pass to Barber to start the Giants game-winning drive and called a run at the line on which Barber scored the deciding touchdown on a 3-yard run with 11 seconds remaining.

Completed 16-of-23 passes for 182 yards, 2 touchdowns, 1 interception, a long-pass of 49 yards and a season-high rating of 103.9 vs. Pittsburgh (12/18). Threw his 2nd touchdown pass of the season in the 1st quarter, a 2-yarder to Shockey.

Made his 1st NFL start vs. Atlanta (11/21) and completed 17-of-37 passes for 162 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. His 1st NFL touchdown pass was a 6-yarder to Shockey. Coincidently, the initial pro scoring pass for all 3 Manning quarterbacks was 6 yards long. Archie Manning threw a 6-yarder to Dave Parks in 1971. Peyton Manning's 6-yard touchdown pass went to Marvin Harrison on Sept. 6, 1998.

Manning was the 18th quarterback to start a game for the Giants in the Giants Stadium era (including Craig Morton and Norm Snead, who joined the team earlier and were still on the team when the stadium opened in 1976). He was the 4th quarterback in a row to lose his debut, joining Kerry Collins, Jesse Palmer and Kurt Warner…Of the 14 quarterbacks selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft since 1970, he was the 13th to make his starting debut as a rookie (Cincinnati's Carson Palmer was the exception). The 13 quarterbacks taken with the top pick who started as rookies are 4-9 in their debuts.

Saw his 1st NFL regular season action when he replaced Warner with 2:37 remaining in the 4th quarter at Philadelphia (9/12), with the Giants trailing, 31-10. Completed 3-of-9 passes for 66 yards, including a 34-yarder, no touchdowns and no interceptions. Was sacked once and fumbled after being blindsided by Jerome McDougle. On his 1st career snap, he handed the ball off to Barber, who ran 72 yards for a touchdown. Manning’s long completion of 34 yards was a short screen pass to Barber on the final drive of the game.

COLLEGE:

Only the 5th quarterback in Southeastern Conference history to throw for more than 10,000 career yards…Left Ole Miss owning 47 school game, season and career records...Completed 829-of-1,363 passes (60.8 percent) for 10,119 yards, 81 touchdowns and 35 interceptions…Averaged a school-record 7.42 yards per attempt…His passing yards and total offensive yardage ranked 5th in SEC history, while his pass attempts and completions rank 4th…Manning’s 81 touchdown tosses ranked 3rd and his 86 total scores (81 passing, 5 rushing) rank 4th in SEC history…Set an Ole Miss career mark for average yards per offensive play (rush or pass), 6.70…His 1,491 career offensive plays rank 1st in school history…Set school career marks for 300-yard games of total offense (9) and 350-yard games of total offense (6)…Also set Ole Miss career records for consecutive games with a touchdown pass (16) and consecutive 200-yard passing games (11)...Won the Maxwell Award, given to the nation’s top collegiate player, and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, given to the nation’s top senior quarterback...Finished 3rd in the 2003 Heisman Trophy balloting...Finalist for the Davey O’Brien Award, presented to the nation’s top quarterback, and The Walter Camp Foundation Player of the Year Award...Earned 1st team All-America honors from Southern Football Weekly, adding 2nd-team accolades from The Sporting News and honorable mention from Sports Illustrated…All-Southeastern Conference 1st-team pick and named the SEC Offensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press and the league’s coaches...Also selected as the SEC Player of the Year by the Commercial Appeal...Earned the Conerly Trophy, given to the top collegiate player in the state of Mississippi (also won the Conerly Trophy in 2001)...Named 1 of 15 scholar-athletes by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, and received an $18,000 post-graduate scholarship...Finalist for Draddy Trophy (academic Heisman), given to the top scholar-athlete in the nation...Named to the SEC Good Works Team.

OFF-THE FIELD ACTIVITY:

Named the Giants' recipient of the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year award in 2007 and 2008, given to the player on each team who displays excellence on the football field and in the community.

Named USA Weekend Magazine's 2008 Most Caring Athlete for his work in the community.

Eli has become the Giants' leader in supporting the National Football League and American Heart Association's campaign, What Moves U, a national youth movement and awareness initiative designed to promote physical fitness and healthy living to an increasingly inactive generation of children. 

Served as a member of President Bush's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. 

A partner of Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope initiatives, focusing on improving the quality of life for children and families across the nation who face major challenges.  During the 2009 season, Eli led a campaign that raised over $1 million dollars in technology donations for school children across the country.

Champions the efforts of The March of Dimes, filming a PSA on their behalf, headlining their annual "March for Babies" in New York City, and attending other fundraisers.

Has made a 5-year commitment to raise $2.5 million for the Eli Manning Children's Clinics at the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children in Jackson, Mississippi.  It is the only hospital in the state devoted exclusively to the care and treatment of sick and injured youngsters. More than 150,000 children from the state's 82 counties come to Children's Hospital each year.

Eli and Abby Manning donated $1 million to an academic scholarship program at their alma mater, Ole Miss.

Serves as a member of the American Red Cross' Celebrity Cabinet, urging people to perform extraordinary life-saving acts in dire circumstances through the assistance of the Red Cross.

Is a supporter of Guiding Eyes for the Blind, an internationally accredited, nonprofit guide dog school with a 50-plus year legacy of providing the blind and visually impaired with superior Guiding Eyes dogs, training, and lifetime support services.  He is an annual attendee at their golf classic and dinner fundraiser.

Serves as an ambassador of reading, along with his brother Peyton, for Scholastic's ClassroomsCare program, a reading initiative that gets kids to read to help kids in need, and ultimately will lead to 1 million donated books.

In 2005, Eli participated in airlifts of emergency supplies with his brother Peyton to areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.

Every summer, along with his father Archie and brothers Cooper & Peyton, Eli operates the Manning Passing Academy, a summer camp for high school quarterbacks and receivers.

Honored by the United Way of New York City as their 2009 Hometown Hero at their Gridiron Gala fundraiser dinner for his work in the community.

Participated in the Shaun O'Hara Foundation Golf Outing, raising money for cystic fibrosis research.

Participated in the Giants Foundation 2010 Golf Outing.

Hosted Youth Day at Giants Training Camp, speaking to hundreds of youth about the importance of physical fitness, literacy, education and volunteerism following practice.

Attended Giants Kickoff Luncheon benefitting Hackensack University Medical Center

Attended the Jay Fund’s Annual Champions for Children’s Gala in New York City

PERSONAL:

Married (Abby). They have a daughter (Ava Frances).

As a senior, guided the Isidore Newman School in New Orleans to an 11-1 record and a berth in the state quarterfinals for the 2nd straight year...Finished with career totals of 429 completions of 725 passes (59.2 percent) for 7,389 yards and 81 touchdowns with only 24 interceptions…All-American, All-State and All-District pick...USA Today Player of the Year in Louisiana...All-Metro MVP...Super Prep Louisiana Top 38, ranking 7th.

Marketing major. Made the Chancellor's Honor Roll in Fall of 1999 and Fall of 2002, the Dean's Honor Roll in Spring of 2000 and Fall of 2000, the U.M.A.A. Honor Roll in Spring of 2001, Spring of 2002 and Spring of 2003...Named to the 2000, 2001 and 2002 SEC Academic Honor Roll, to the 2001 and 2002 Verizon District VI All-Academic first-team and to the 2001 Verizon national All-Academic second-team.

Son of Archie and Olivia Manning...Archie Manning was the second pick of the 1971 draft and played 14 years with New Orleans, Houston and Minnesota. Brother, Peyton played at Tennessee and was the No. 1 pick in the 1998 draft by the Indianapolis Colts…Oldest brother, Cooper, was a freshman member of the Ole Miss football team in 1992, but a congenital narrowing of the spinal canal and a bulging disk in his neck ended a promising career.

Born Elisha Nelson Manning on Jan. 3, 1981.

Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 2,929 5,008 35,345 7.1 229 171 252 1,793 81.2 231 431 1.9 4 79 34
2013 NYG 16 16 317 551 3,818 6.9 18 27 39 281 69.4 18 36 2 0 7 2
2012 NYG 16 16 321 536 3,948 7.4 26 15 19 136 87.2 20 30 1.5 0 5 1
2011 NYG 16 16 359 589 4,933 8.4 29 16 28 199 92.9 35 15 0.4 1 8 4
2010 NYG 16 16 339 539 4,002 7.4 31 25 16 117 85.3 32 70 2.2 0 7 5
2009 NYG 16 16 317 509 4,021 7.9 27 14 30 216 93.1 17 65 3.8 0 13 8
2008 NYG 16 16 289 479 3,238 6.8 21 10 27 174 86.4 20 10 0.5 1 5 2
2007 NYG 16 16 297 529 3,336 6.3 23 20 27 217 73.9 29 69 2.4 1 13 7
2006 NYG 16 16 301 522 3,244 6.2 24 18 25 186 77 25 21 0.8 0 9 2
2005 NYG 16 16 294 557 3,762 6.8 24 17 28 184 75.9 29 80 2.8 1 9 2
2004 NYG 9 7 95 197 1,043 5.3 6 9 13 83 55.4 6 35 5.8 0 3 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @DAL L 31-36 27 42 64.3 450 10.7 4 3 3 22 102.3 2 8 4 0 -- --
2 DEN L 23-41 28 49 57.1 362 7.4 1 4 1 9 53.3 -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @CAR L 0-38 12 23 52.2 119 5.2 0 1 7 45 49 1 14 14 0 -- --
4 @KC L 7-31 18 37 48.6 217 5.9 1 1 3 17 64.8 2 12 6 0 2 2
5 PHI L 21-36 24 52 46.2 334 6.4 2 3 1 4 56.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @CHI L 21-27 14 26 53.8 239 9.2 1 3 1 7 58.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
7 MIN W 23-7 23 39 59 200 5.1 1 0 2 7 81.1 3 5 1.7 0 1 0
8 @PHI W 15-7 25 39 64.1 246 6.3 0 0 1 9 81.8 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
10 OAK W 24-20 12 22 54.5 140 6.4 1 1 3 22 70.3 3 -3 -1 0 1 0
11 GB W 27-13 25 35 71.4 279 8 1 1 4 23 92.4 1 3 3 0 -- --
12 DAL L 21-24 16 30 53.3 174 5.8 2 0 2 20 92.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
13 @WAS W 24-17 22 28 78.6 235 8.4 1 1 3 29 98.7 3 0 -- 0 -- --
14 @SD L 14-37 20 32 62.5 259 8.1 1 2 2 18 72.3 -- -- -- -- -- --
15 SEA L 0-23 18 31 58.1 156 5 0 5 3 24 31.9 -- -- -- -- 2 0
16 @DET W 23-20 23 42 54.8 256 6.1 1 1 2 18 71.1 2 -2 -1 0 1 0
17 WAS W 20-6 10 24 41.7 152 6.3 1 1 1 7 59.7 -- -- -- -- -- --

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