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#10 Eli Manning, QB
New York Giants
Height 6' 4"
Weight 218 lbs
Age 35
Birthdate January 3rd 1981
College Mississippi
Year 2004
Round 1   Pick 1
Season Statistics
YEARGPATT CMPPCTPYDSTDsINT
20011342058.824721
200491979548.2104369
20051655829452.737622417
20061652230157.732442418
20071652829756.333362320
20081647928960.332382110
20091650931762.340212714
20101653933962.940023125
20111658935961.049332916
20121653632159.939482615
20131655131757.538181827
20141660137963.144103014
20151661838762.644363514
20162695173.957531
2012 Fantasy Points by Week
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WeekATTCMPPCTPYDSTDsINTPTS
1322165.62131013
2513160.85103334
3352777.12881017
4422457.13092121
5372567.62593121
6281553.61931012
7402665.03371219
8291551.7192019
9241041.7125016
10462963.02150210
12301653.32493022
13332060.62801017
14352262.92594224
15251352.0161028
16281450.01501010
17211361.92085025
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 3 Projections
In a game where offenses were set to explode, we saw more of a defensive struggle than anything else. But, here, again, we do have the potential for a back and forth scoring affair with the division rival Redskins. Expect Manning to have yardage resembling the 300 plus from last week but for his touchdowns to be closer to his Week One total.
Passsing: 298 Yards, 2 TD, 1 INT.
Rushing: 2 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
Now the only Manning in the NFL, Eli finished as the fantasy QB8 and the fantasy QB7 over the last two years, so there's obviously no doubt that offensive-coordinator-turned-head-coach Ben McAdoo's system has been a godsend for Manning's production. This past season, he set new career highs in attempts, completions and touchdown passes. McAdoo's Giants should remain a pass-first team because little improvement is expected from their 18th-rated ground game. Here is the worst kept secret in the Big Apple: elite playmaker Odell Beckham has been the key to Manning's success. Heading into 2016, the rest of the Big Blue receiver corps, however, is loaded with uncertainty and mediocrity. Fantasy owners shouldn't be surprised if the durable 35-year-old Manning (league-high 194 straight games played) starts slowly, and there's a small decline in his production. With Rueben Randle (Eagles) gone, Victor Cruz is the next man up, but he's trying to come back from knee and calf injuries and hasn't played since October 2014. Talented rookie second-round pick Sterling Shepard, however, looks like the real deal. Known for his blazing speed and excellent route running, Shepard will see plenty of action in the slot (the Giants run a ton of three-receiver sets). The serviceable Dwayne Harris remains in the mix, and Will Tye has supplanted Larry Donnell as the starting tight end. Don't forget that Shane Vereen is one of the NFL's best at catching the ball out of the backfield, and the Giants should use him more this time around due to some of the uncertainty at wideout. Don't get nervous about Manning's revamped receiver corps, as long as Beckham is on the field, Manning has fantasy-starter upside.

Passing: 4800 Yards, 28 TD, 18 INT.
Rushing: 40 Yards, 0 TD.

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