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Eli Manning will become only third QB ever to start 200 consecutive regular-season games

Being the Giants backup quarterback is either the easiest job in sports... or the worst. It’s definitely the most boring. Since Nov. 21, 2004, Eli Manning has started every game for the Giants at quarterback. That’s 199 regular-season starts and counting. Washington has started 10 quarterbacks in that time, Dallas 12 and [more]
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