'Tis the season to be ranking.
As the NFL world itches for the start of training camps at the end of the month, media outlets everywhere are stacking up players, coaches, and everything in between as there's no looking back until Super Bowl 50 in February.
Before the chaos begins, Monday Morning Quarterback sifted through what is arguably the most important position in all of sports and recently ranked the 32 projected starting quarterbacks for the 2015 season.
Giants signal-caller and two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning came in at No. 11, one spot ahead of Seattle's Russell Wilson and one behind Tony Romo of NFC East rival Dallas.
"Certified field general with the willingness and ability to spot tight windows and thread the ball through," MMQB's Andy Benoit wrote in his description of Manning, who is coming off career highs in completions (379), attempts (601), and completion percentage (63.1) as well the second 4,000-yard, 30-touchdown season of his career.
Entering his 12th year in the league and second under offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, Manning looks to build on those numbers in 2015 as teammates and coaches said this spring that the 34-year-old's arm never looked stronger.
"It is lively, very lively," coach Tom Coughlin, who took over the Giants the same year Manning entered the league in 2004, said last month on the final day of minicamp. "He has worked hard on that."
Monday Morning Quarterback ranked the leagues QB's for 2015. Here are the Top-11