Manning was nominated to his third Pro Bowl after passing for 3,948 yards and 26 touchdowns in 2012. The next season, he led the NFL in interceptions with a career-high 27, but the Giants finished 7-9 and missed the playoffs for the second consecutive year.
In 2011, Manning passed for 4,583 yards and 30 touchdowns while throwing only 10 interceptions. He also ran for six scores that year. The previous season, he had 4,083 passing yards, 28 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. He also ran for one touchdown.
So, in total, Manning has thrown for over 100 touchdowns during his time in New York and is considered one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history.
Manning holds several NFL records, including five AP MVP titles, fourteen Pro Bowl appearances, fourteen 4,000-yard throwing seasons, five single-season passing touchdowns, and five single-season passing yards (5,477 in 2013). (55 in 2013). He is also the only player in NFL history with at least three 50-touchdown seasons.
In addition to his records, Manning led the Broncos to their first ever Super Bowl victory after the 2012 season. He threw for 55 touchdowns that year and 5,477 yards while being the leading passer rating of 100+ games. The win over New England gave him eight career Super Bowl victories as a player or coach. He is the most successful quarterback in NFL history.
Other than Brady, Manning is ranked first among all-time quarterbacks in winning percentage (.667), third in touchdown passes (4,057), fourth in completion percentage (59.1%), fifth in interception rate (1.9%) and ninth in average yards per attempt (7.6%). He is one of four players who have won the NFL MVP award three times in the last four years: Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, and Brady. Manning is the only one of these players who has not yet won a championship.
Manning was born on January 18th, 1975 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Kurt Warner began most of 2004 and Daniel Jones began most of 2019. In the other seven, he finished outside the top ten.
Manning holds several NFL records, including five AP MVP titles, fourteen Pro Bowl appearances, fourteen 4,000-yard throwing seasons, five single-season passing touchdowns, and five single-season passing yards (5,477 in 2013). (55 in 2013).
Manning was named the AP National Football League Comeback Player of the Year on February 2, 2013, as well as a first-team All-Pro selection and finished second in MVP voting.
He was, however, Flores' quarterback in both Super Bowl seasons and is the only starting quarterback with two rings who has not been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Manning's record is 117-117, with 366 touchdowns and 244 interceptions. Of course, there were the two Super Bowl triumphs. He also has 12,944 yards of total offense, which is ninth all time.
Manning currently plays for the New York Giants, and he will be entering his 19th season in the NFL. He is one of three quarterbacks (Brett Favre being the other) to start their career with five different teams. The last time a quarterback started 19 seasons in the NFL was Terry Bradshaw with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1973-2001. Manning will likely finish his career with the Giants, as he is expected to retire after this season.
However, he could possibly continue playing past 2019 if he returns for another season. There are no indications that he is retiring, but he did say last year that he does not want to continue playing beyond 2019. If he did return for a 20th season, he would need to find a new team because any current or former player can only be elected once per year by the voters.
In 2013, Manning became just the third quarterback in NFL history to reach 200 wins. He is only behind Joe Montana and Roger Staubach in that category.
During the stretch, Manning completed 42-of-56 throws for 414 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in a 48-28 loss against Arkansas. He also scored a running touchdown. The Rebels qualified for the Independence Bowl against Nebraska by defeating rival Mississippi State 24-12.
Eli Manning was born Elisha Nelson Manning IV on January 3, 1981, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Eli Manning is the third of three sons, the son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning and the younger brother of retired NFL quarterback Peyton Manning.
Eli Manning had high expectations placed on him before he even threw a pass in the NFL because of his father's illustrious football career and because his elder brother Peyton Manning was already one of the league's top quarterbacks. Indeed, Eli's early troubles may have been exacerbated by the obvious parallels to his brother.
Manning also owns Giants franchise records for most passing yards, touchdown passes, and passes completed in a career. In a 41-34 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012, he passed for 510 yards, falling three yards shy of Phil Simms' record of 513. He led the Giants to triumphs in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI,...
28. Manning passed for 3,739 yards and 26 touchdowns in his rookie season under head coach Jim Mora, setting five separate NFL rookie marks, including most touchdown passes in a season and most interceptions (28) in a rookie year, and was chosen to the NFL All-Rookie First Team. He also led the Broncos to their first playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 16-13 win at Invesco Field on January 12, 2005.
Manning's 28 interceptions as a rookie are still tied for second all-time among quarterbacks who have played at least 14 games. His overall rating of 122.4 is third best among QBs with at least 14 starts. Only John Elway (1983-87) and Terry Bradshaw (1975-79) have better seasons than Manning's first year as a pro.
Manning went on to become one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. During his seven-year career with the Broncos, he made the Pro Bowl six times and won two Super Bowl titles before being traded to the Indianapolis Colts after the 2012 season. He finished his career with more than 60,000 yards passing and 150 touchdowns against only 42 interceptions.
Manning was drafted second overall by the Broncos out of University of Tennessee. He joined Gary Zimmerman as the only rookies in NFL history to post three consecutive 300-yard games (the other being Sammy Baugh in 1947).