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Eli's advice for Mariota and Winston on the draft: Enjoy it with your friends and family

When, in all likelihood, Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston is selected No. 1 overall this Thursday night at the 2015 NFL Draft, he will join an exclusive group of quarterbacks that were taken with the first pick overall. One player he will join is New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. In the 2004 NFL Draft, Manning was expected to be selected No. 1 overall. The San Diego Chargers...
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New York Giants: First round options

Who would you take? The New York Giants sit at number nine overall in the 2015 NFL draft with an abundance of options laid out in front of them drafting wise. NFL experts have Big Blue fortifying the trenches by drafting the top offensive lineman Brandon Scherff, out of Iowa or solidifying newly-hired Defensive Coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo’s monstrous defensive line with the likes...
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Should the New York Giants go after Jermaine Gresham?

As the NFL season became a short and unsuccessful end for the New York Giants, there are many off-season tasks the team must complete in order to get ready for the start of the 2015 season. One of the most import ones is to resign potential unrestricted free agents. This year tight end, Jermaine Gresham, is on the market. He played college football for the University of Oklahoma...
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New York Giants draft philosophy could net these unexpected players

The New York Giants have never adhered to traditional versions of draft boards. Many fans and analysts can usually peg the team’s glaring needs, but the Giants operate mostly by best player available when they draft. This year, defensive end and offensive line have been mocked to the team for most of the offseason. That means little to the Giants. It shouldn’t discount that the...
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The New York Giants should consider letting Eli Manning walk

The New York Giants and Eli Manning have tabled contract talks and are letting him play out the final year of his seven-year, $106.9 million contract. The Giants did have the opportunity to extend his contract last season which would have saved them a little money this year but they opted against that. Both sides seem comfortable with the decision “I’ve known a lot of people...
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Report: Eli Manning not concerned about contract

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is entering the final season of his six-year, $97.5 million contract. At this time, it is reported that there have been no discussions between Manning and the Giants on an extension (via Fox Sports). When approached about the status of his contract, Manning didn’t seem to be concerned one bit: I haven’t made a big deal about it. ...
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Manning sets goal for single digit interceptions for the first time in his career

In 2014, Eli Manning threw just 14 interceptions. This was his lowest total since the 2009 season when he also threw for 14. The arrival of first year offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo brought Manning an offensive scheme that relied on quick reads and quick releases on shorter-breaking passes. This system was a stark contrast from the one Manning ran under Kevin Gilbride his entire...
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New York Giants: Darkhorse Draft Candidate

The two New York Giants biggest needs often appear as such: 1. an offensive lineman to protect Eli Manning and aide the run game. 2. a game-changing pass rusher to bring the defensive line back to its dominant Super Bowl days. These two positions will both certainly be addressed during the draft, but here is one name to keep an eye on for Big Blue. Georgia running back Todd Gurley...
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Throwback Thursday: This draft photo of Eli Manning is almost too good to be true

The NFL Draft is only a couple of weeks away and some fans are looking through old photo albums of current stars from the day they were picked. This next one of New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is almost too good to be true… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 biggest sleepers in the 2015 NFL Draft QB Rankings: The odds of all 32 starters being in the NFl come 2020 via...
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Eli Manning expects Giants' offense to take off in 2015

The New York Giants may have put up another disappointing season in 2014, going 6-10 and finishing in third place in the NFC East. It wasn’t for a lack of success on offense, especially through the air. Super Bowl-winning quarterback Eli Manning put up a career-high 63.1 completion percentage in his first season under offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. He also tallied 4,410 passing...
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