As A Player
It’s pretty hard to believe that it’s been 13 long years since Eli Manning was selected with the first overall selection of the 2004 NFL Draft. After a stellar college campaign at Ole Miss, the San Diego Chargers pulled the trigger and quickly flipped the rights to Manning to the New York Giants for a package that included Philip Rivers, the fourth overall selection in that year’s draft. Fast forward to today, and Manning’s resume includes two Super Bowl rings, two Super Bowl MVP awards, and numerous team statistical records. Despite the rings and individual accolades, most of the talk around Manning quickly devolves into a question of whether or not he is an ‘elite’ quarterback.
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