It's not unusual for Archie Manning to step in and stand up for his sons -- primarily, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. So as the blame continues to reign down upon the two-time Super Bowl MVP, ole Dad decided, once again, it was time to speak up in defense of his boy, who he feels is "dying" just like every other member of Big Blue.
“Eli doesn’t go too high or too low,” Archie told the New York Daily News. “He’s dying just like everyone on...Read MoreYou're not an average fan, so...Read Full Story
Being a college athlete and stuck on the bench behind a star can’t be easy. As the New York Daily News recently detailed, former Ole Miss quarterback David Morris made the best of it. Morris was a backup to Eli Manning for three years at Ole Miss, and continues to have Manning’s back. Morris works with the New York Giants quarterback during the offseason, videotaping his throws and helping dissect mistakes.
“I’m happy for David that he’s doing something he truly...Read MoreYou're not an...Read Full Story
In what will come as a shock to absolutely no one, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul wildly disagree on current league rules designed to protect quarterbacks. Manning, of course, saying that the rules are based on valid concern.
"They're trying to protect all the players, I think. No one wants to see injuries, no matter what position you play. But no team wants to see its quarterback get hurt. That's the way it goes,"...Read MoreYou're not an...Read Full Story
It's been 10 long years since quarterback Eli Manning, then fresh out of Ole Miss, refused to play for the San Diego Chargers, who drafted him No. 1 overall. And despite all the time that has passed, Manning still refuses to discuss or divulge what, exactly, drove him to demand a trade that landed ultimately him with the New York Giants.
"I just can't remember, it's been 10 years. It slipped my mind," Manning said on Wednesday. "I don't know."
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Lately, it’s all about the 15 interceptions and the 0-6 start for the New York Giants quarterback, Eli Manning. Not much was ado when he surpassed Super Bowl XXI MVP quarterback Phil Simms’ all-time passing yardage (33,462) on October 27th, 2013.
In the first quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles, Manning hit 33,694 career yards, becoming the Giants’ all-time passing leader. He did that with his second pass of the game, by the way. He already has the...Read MoreYou're not an average fan...Read Full Story
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