Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 8/21/12
 Some time ago my fellow writer Michael Samuels II wrote about how the New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is neither an elite quarterback nor is he a Hall of Fame quarterback. I am a person that lives for a healthy debate, so I am here to disagree with Michael on both aspects of a) being elite and b) being a Hall of Famers.                 Let’s take a look at Eli Manning’s career as a whole. In his 8 years as the “Quarterback of the Future” for the New York Giants, Eli has yet to miss a game. His touchdown to interception ratio is 185-129. At first glance, these aren’t stellar numbers, but in Eli’s case the numbers don’t tell the entire story. Yes, he’s thrown 14+ interceptions in all but two seasons and 20+ in two seasons, but we don’t bring down soon-to-be Hall of Famer Brett Favre for the same thing. His regular season play has been his downfall in most conversations though his play in the postseason carries his legacy.      In 2004, Eli M
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