• Eli Manning (QB) #10

    Eli Manning
    ADP:Round: 13, Pick: 10
    Team:NY Giants
    Ht / Wt:6'5" / 218 lb.
    Born:January 3, 1981
    Drafted:2004 / Rd. 1 (1)
    Draft Team:SD

    Injury Status - Week 1

    Not on injury report



    Gets two drives in preseason opener

    Thursday, August 9, 7:24 PM

    Manning played the first two drives of Thursday's preseason opener against the Browns. He completed four of seven passes for 26 yards without a touchdown or interception in the 20-10 loss.


    Average Draft Position (ADP) Value

    August 14, 2018

    Eli Manning's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football drafts. In recent drafts, Manning's current ADP is 13.10, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 10th pick of the 13th round, and 154th selection overall.

    Data from fantasy football 12-team standard scoring average draft position data, based off of the latest fantasy football mock drafts.


    2016 Season Stats

    Att / Cmp Pa Yds Pa TD Pa Int Ru Yds Ru TD
    377 / 598 4,027 26 16 -9 0

    Recent drafts with Eli Manning:

    Draft #DateFormatManning's Draft Pick
    5028844 8/15/2018 Standard 150th
    5028839 8/15/2018 Standard 155th
    5028835 8/15/2018 Standard 171st
    5028749 8/15/2018 Standard 142nd
    5028746 8/15/2018 Standard 146th
    5028744 8/15/2018 Standard 146th
    5028657 8/15/2018 Standard 154th
    5028653 8/15/2018 Standard 149th

    Players drafted after Eli Manning:

    Kenneth Dixon RB BAL 13.12
    O.J. Howard TE TB 13.12
    TJ Yeldon RB JAX 13.12
    Andy Dalton QB CIN 14.01
    Jake Elliott PK PHI 14.01
    Case Keenum QB DEN 14.01
    Carolina Defense DEF CAR 14.01
    Anthony Miller WR CHI 14.01
    Mike Gesicki TE MIA 14.02
    Rishard Matthews WR TEN 14.02
    James Conner RB PIT 14.02
    Cameron Brate TE TB 14.02
    Wil Lutz PK NO 14.03
    Jeremy Hill RB NE 14.03
    Austin Ekeler RB LAC 14.03

    Eli Manning Biography

    Eli Manning wears the New York Giant's jersey #10. Raised in New Orleans, Manning is from a football family dynasty. He has been married to Abby McGrew since 2008. The Manning's have three children and live in Hoboken, NJ. 

    Childhood and High school

    Born in Louisiana, Manning spent his childhood in New Orleans. The son of famed quarterback Archie Manning, Eli began football young and excelled in high school athletics. Manning played high school football at the elite Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, LA.  


    Eli Manning played his collegiate football career at the historic University of Mississippi. Known as Ole Miss Rebels football, Manning tied and set several records and won several awards: Maxwell Award, SEC MVP, and was a candidate for the Heisman Trophy. His accomplishments on the field led to him being a coveted first-round draft pick.

    NFL Draft

    For the 2004 NFL draft, The San Diego Chargers were expected to take Eli Manning as a first round pick. However, both Manning and his father commented that he would not play for the chargers. Negotiations led to Manning being drafted by the New York Giants. As a rookie, he signed a six-year contract with the Giants for $45 million dollars. His average annual salary is $21 million dollars.

    NFL Combine Scores

    Eli Manning's 40 time is documented at 4.92 seconds. Vertical is n/a.

    NFL Highlights

    2004 NFL Season: During Manning's rookie year in the NFL, he became the starting quarterback during the mid-season.

    2005 NFL Season: Manning began the season as the starting quarterback. The Giants became the NFC champions and progressed to the post-season.

    2006 NFL Season: Despite Manning starting the season on a strong foot, the team was plagued with injuries. The NY Giants finished the season in third place for the NFC East.

    2007 NFL Season: The 2007 NFL season was Eli Manning's first Superbowl win. Manning won the Superbowl MVP award.

    2008 NFL Season: Manning led the Giants to another victory as NFC East champions. This season marks Manning's first showing at the ProBowl. The NY Giants had not been honored with a quarterback at the ProBowl since 1993.

    2009 NFL Season: Fresh off several victories, Manning began the 2009 season with a contract extension for $97.5 million dollars. The season ended with several huge losses; prompting Manning to apologize to the fans.

    2010 NFL Season:  Manning and the Giants experienced a serious blow to the start of the 2010 season. During a preseason game, Manning suffered a significant injury. A collision with a rival's face mask resulted in a gash that needed a dozen stitches. 

    2011 NFL Season: Manning led the team to a second Superbowl victory, winning the big game against New England's Patriots. NY Mayor Bloomberg awarded Manning a key to the city. 

    2012 NFL Season: Despite the Giants failure to qualify for post-season, Manning was selected for his third ProBowl appearance. 

    2013 NFL Season: The 2013 NFL season was the Giants worst season since Manning's rookie year. However, Manning threw a career-high 27 interceptions.

    2014 NFL Season: Although not a great year for the Giants, Manning tied his career-high by throwing five interceptions.

    2015 NFL Season: Manning began the season by signing another contract extension for $84 million dollars. At the end of the season, he was again selected for the ProBowl.

    2016 NFL Season: Manning was a recipient of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. Manning shared the award with Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.

    Eli Manning on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EliManningtime


    Player Comparison

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