In his third NFL season, Eli Manning is one of the league’s most prolific rookie quarterbacks.
His 2,076 passing yards, 16 touchdown passes and no interceptions are the most in NFL history.
But in his first full season with the Giants, he has a passer rating of 93.8, one of only three quarterbacks in NFL History to have a rating of at least 94.7.
He’s the first rookie quarterback in NFL/AFL history to have 100 touchdown passes, no interceptions and have at least 1,000 yards passing.
He has thrown for 7,038 yards, 27 touchdowns and only eight interceptions.
This season, Manning is fifth in the NFL in passing yards (2,113) and fourth in touchdowns (24).
He has a touchdown pass every 12.4 attempts.
In his first three seasons, Manning has thrown 16,069 yards, 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
The Giants have been among the NFL’s top offenses since the start of the 2017 season, and this season, they are one of just two teams to average at least 100.0 points and at least 200.0 passing yards per game.
It was the second straight year that the Giants won a Super Bowl.
This year’s team is expected to contend for a playoff spot in the NFC East, which includes the Patriots.