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Eli Manning

Eli Manning
Eli Manning, born Jan. 3, 1981, is the starting quarterback for the NFL's New York Giants. He was acquired in a draft-day trade in 2004 from the San Diego Chargers, who had selected him with the draft's first pick. In 2007-08, he led the Giants to an upset victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, spoiling New England's perfect season and earning the Giants their third Super Bowl victory. Manning played college football at Ole Miss. He is the son of former NFL star Archie Manning and the brother of current Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning. (Photo AP)
Eli Manning, born Jan. 3, 1981, is the starting quarterback for the NFL's New York Giants. He was acquired in a draft-day trade in 2004 from the San Diego Chargers, who had selected him with the draft's first pick. In 2007-08, he led the Giants to an upset victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, spoiling New England's perfect season and earning the Giants their third Super Bowl victory. Manning played college football at Ole Miss. He is the son of former NFL star Archie Manning and the brother of current Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • First and 10: Monday afternoon NFL power rankings

    First and 10: Monday afternoon NFL power rankings
    Because doing a full, 32-team list of power rankings is too much work for a Monday afternoon, I will rank the top 11 teams in the NFL after each exciting football Sunday (that's where the "first and 10" comes in). Here is how I rank them heading into...
  • Flacco proud of durability

    Flacco proud of durability
    Joe Flacco was one of 14 quarterbacks to start in all 16 games in the regular season. But Flacco’s durability extends even further back. Flacco has never missed a regular-season start in his four years with the Ravens. Only the New York Giants&...
  • Who will win NFL's weekend games?

    Expect the expected Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun Though it would certainly add some spice if Tim Tebow could pull off another last-minute miracle against the Patriots, it doesn't look like there will be a lot of surprises this weekend. The Patriots...
  • Rank the remaining NFL teams' coaches

    Coughlin leads the pack Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times How should these four coaches be sorted? The one definitely headed to Canton? It's Bill Belichick. The one with the most recent ring? It's Tom Coughlin. The hungriest? It's John Harbaugh. The one who...
  • What they're saying about the Ravens

    What they're saying about the Ravens
    Here's a look at recent media coverage of the Ravens' upcoming game against the New England Patriots for the AFC championship. * SI.com's Peter King thinks that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco doesn't necessarily have to be a star for Baltimore to beat New...
  • Should the Giants bring back Burress?

    Win-win for Giants? Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Some team is going to give Plaxico Burress a second (or is it third?) chance, so why not the Giants? The wide receiver certainly owes the team after spending 20 months in prison and missing the last...
  • NFL championship games: Staff picks

    NFL championship games: Staff picks
    Sunday's games Ravens at Patriots Giants at 49ers Kevin Cowherd 2-2 last week 180-84 overall Ravens 27, Patriots 24 I agonized over this one. Studied both teams, had a few beers, decided the Ravens defense can contain Tom Brady and Ray Rice will...
  • Fantasy Fodder season preview: Ranking fantasy quarterbacks

    Fantasy Fodder season preview: Ranking fantasy quarterbacks
    I'm pleased to announce that I will be bringing back my weekly fantasy football column this fall. Why am I so pleased? Because it gives me an excuse to tinker with my fantasy football teams when I'm on the clock. I’m scaling back to four or five...
  • Joe Flacco thinks of himself as a top-five NFL quarterback

    Joe Flacco thinks of himself as a top-five NFL quarterback
    Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco appeared on "The Scott Van Pelt Show" on Wednesday, and he talked about a bunch of things with fill-in host Doug Gottlieb, including January's playoff loss to the Steelers, the additions of Lee Evans and Ricky Williams and...
  • Tyrod Taylor out to prove he's a viable No. 2 QB

    Tyrod Taylor out to prove he's a viable No. 2 QB
    ATLANTA — Minutes after Tyrod Taylor threw the game-winning touchdown in last week's preseason win over the Washington Redskins, Ravens coach John Harbaugh declared that the rookie quarterback had made the team. But the question that no one will...
  • Five Things We Learned in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Patriots in the AFC championship

    Five Things We Learned in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Patriots in the AFC championship
    1.  Joe Flacco might not be playing in the Super Bowl this year, but he'll get to one eventually. And he'll do it wearing a Ravens uniform. After watching him play four years of football, and seeing him both at his best, and at his worst, I feel totally...
  • Week 2: Sam Farmer's NFL picks

    Pro football reporter Sam Farmer breaks down the games. Last week: 11-5 Against the spread: 6-9-1 SUNDAY'S GAMES Bears (1-0) at Saints (0-1), noon TV: WFLD-Ch. 32 Line: Saints by 7 Over/under: 471/2 Bears were very sharp in opener, particularly on...