BREAKING: Player who leads league in interceptions not considered elite anymore. If Eli Manning never completes another NFL pass, his legacy is set: he was the Giants' QB for two Super Bowl wins, and was the triggerman on one of the most iconic plays in NFL history. Show More Summary
In 2013, Eli Manning had the sixth-lowest completion percentage among 37 qualifying quarterbacks. And after factoring in and/or ruling out a slew of additional metrics, Pro Football Focus (subscription required) actually concluded that...Show More Summary
Eli may be the Mann for the Giants, but like a million others, he wants to be Just Like Jeter. Manning was Derek Jeter’s guest in the Yankee shortstop’s private box at Yankee Stadium nearly three months ago, and the Giants’ quarterback saw so much to admire in the retiring icon.
Training camp is time for optimism, so you might as well shoot high. Or, in the Giants' case with Eli Manning, shoot for one of the greatest seasons in NFL history, in terms of completion percentage. Giants quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf told the New York Daily News that the goal for Manning this season is to complete 70 percent of his passes. Show More Summary
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin hasn't decided yet who will play -- or how much they'll play -- in Sunday night's preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills in Canton, Ohio. Coughlin said after Monday's practice that he'd wait until after Thursday's practice to decide. Show More Summary
The Giants coaching staff has some top-notch goals for quarterback Eli Manning.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Look, I'm not saying he can and I'm not saying he can't. I have nothing but respect for Eli Manning's abilities and the things he can do. He can beat Tom Brady in the Super Bowl, and if you didn't believe that after the first time, he did it again for good measure. Show More Summary
Eli Manning is in a new offense with a new coordinator and a new collection of receivers. And now, he has a new goal, too.
The Giants are setting a high goal for Eli Manning’s completion percentage this season. A very high goal. Giants quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf told reporters today that he wants Manning to reach a 70 percent completion rate this season. Frankly, that’s preposterous. Manning completed just 57.5 percent of his passes last season, and his career…
This year will be different. Rueben Randle is sure of it. He knows what everyone is thinking. He knows nobody has forgotten his two seasons of uneven play, or the scary fact that seven of Eli Manning’s 27 interceptions last year were intended for him.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of New York Giants training camp: Man, the Giants' offense looks like hot garbage right now. Eli Manning threw a ball so badly to Jerrel Jernigan that Antrel Rolle and Prince Amukamara almost killed each other as they collided to try to intercept it. Show More Summary
Eli Manning is coming off a season in which he threw a career-worst 27 interceptions, and threw just 18 TD passes, his worst total since he was a rookie way back in 2004.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Eli Manning is 33 years old and coming off the worst season of his career. But New York Giants GM Jerry Reese said Wednesday that the team expects a return to top form by their franchise quarterback in 2014. "I...Show More Summary
If you look at the game of football simply by the numbers, Eli Manning is just another guy. He is not even the second-best quarterback in his family. He has to take a back seat to big brother Peyton and his father, Archie. However, when it comes to winning championships, little brother Eli is first in his family. Show More Summary
Giants quarterback Eli Manning is coming off a miserable season, with a career-high 27 interceptions to go with just 18 touchdowns, his fewest since his rookie year. So the good news about the Giants’ new offense is that Manning could hardly get worse. But Manning admits that learning the system of new coordinator Ben McAdoo…
The NFC East was arguably the most disappointing division in the league last season. So much talent, so much of it injured and struggling or battling with coaches and still struggling. (We’re looking at you, Tony Romo, Eli Manning and Robert Griffin III.) There was only so much the Philadelphia Eagles could do to uphold […]
The dismal 0-6 start. The 27 crushing interceptions from Eli Manning. The season-long lack of effort from Hakeem Nicks and the collapse of the offensive line.
It’s the Summer of Johnny Football, but there’s lots more to divert attention away from a dreary baseball season: Darrelle Revis infuriating Jets Nation by joining Bill Belichick’s Evil Empire in New England, Eli Manning trying to prove he’s not on the downside, then there’s Richard Sherman’s non-stop mouth, RG3’s rehabbed knee and Peyton Manning’s psyche.
Eli Manning says he’s energized and revitalized, ready and excited to learn a new offensive scheme for the first time in a decade. And next week, when the Giants open training camp in East Rutherford, their two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback will finally get to show it.
Eli Manning will be under center, and Victor Cruz will be his favorite target. And that’s about all that’s assured for the Giants as they get set for training camp. A massive offseason spending spree delivered an influx of talent, but Big Blue will still open camp on July 22 with several spots unsettled.