Found December 15, 2011 on
Guess who just threw his hat in the ring for the NFL's single-season passing mark? Those who selected New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning should give themselves a pat on the back.
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by Adam Carman, BGB Assistant EditorEli Manning has more than earned the title of comeback king this season. Five of the Giants' six wins have come with dramatic 4th-quarter comebacks by Eli Manning. This past week was only the most recent, however; Manning has been delivering when the chips were down for years. If the NFC didn't contain Aaron Rodgers, and Giants fans weren...
Quarterback Eli Manning cannot outsprint many pursuers, but he has bought enough time in the pocket to pass for 4,105 yards this season, a Giants record.
Start Em’ QB Eli Manning (NYG) 300 Passing yards 2 TD 0 INT
Right now Manning is guaranteed to get you 300 yards and at least two touchdowns. Added bonus is he is facing a weak Washington defense this week.
Sit Em’ QB Phillip River (SD) 225 Passing yards 1 TD 3 INT
The Ravens have yet to allow any quarterback to throw for more than one touchdown. I don’t expect Rivers to...
The 2011 New York Giants football season can be summed up with one word – nauseating. As a lifelong fan and season ticket holder, it is hard to remember a year with such drama each and every Sunday. Never is a deficit too large when Eli Manning is at the helm, but with this porous defense, no lead is ever safe. Even after throwing a critical interception against the Cowboys...
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Tim Tebow, Aaron Rodgers and other quarterbacks are getting a lot of the focus this season, but the Giants' Eli Manning is worthy of our attention too.
Redskins defensive tackle Barry Cofield said plenty of good things about the Giants offense. But he couldn’t help throwing a little jab at his old quarterback. The former Giant lauded his old club for having a “top-five offense,” and he celebrated Eli Manning.
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-defense-score-article-1.991797Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesSafeties Deon Grant (l.) and Antrel Rolle (ground) know it's time for Giants defense to keep leads and not depend on heroics from Eli Manning and offense.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 12/15/11