Manning is one of the most accomplished players in the history of Giants football. He is the only player in franchise history to suit up for 16 seasons and his 236 regular-season games (234 starts) and 248 total games are both Giants records. Manning led the Giants to victories against the New England Patriots in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI and was named MVP in both games, becoming the first player in franchise history and one of just five players in NFL history to win the award multiple times. Manning owns every significant Giants career passing record. He is in the top 10 in NFL history with 8,119 attempts and 4,895 completions, 57,023 yards and 366 touchdown passes. Manning also has the franchise's highest career completion percentage (60.29). Manning holds the seven highest single-season completion totals and the four highest yardage totals (he threw for more than 4,000 yards seven times) and completion percentages. Manning's 1,219 passing yards in the 2011 title run are also the most in a single postseason in NFL history. He also set Giants career playoff records with 400 passes, 242 completions, 2,815 yards and 18 touchdown passes. Manning was selected to four Pro Bowls. In 2016, Manning was the co-recipient of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award. He is the only Giants player to be so honored in the award's history.
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