Eli Manning – HOF

Since being benched for rookie quarterback Daniel Jones, the NFL media has argued over the career of Eli Manning. While most teammates decided that their former quarterback is a Hall of Fame player, some media members have disagreed. Manning went 116-116 in his career (during the regular season) as the New York Giants starting quarterback. His tenure began with a 1-6 record and for now, has finished with an 0-2 start. He is a two time Super Bowl champion and won the Super Bowl MVP in both appearances. He’s thrown a lot of interceptions and a lot of touchdowns, he has a .500 record, but co-host Kai’Chien believes that Manning is a HOF quarterback. 

Quarterback carousel

Eli Manning was benched for Daniel Jones. Ryan Fitzpatrick was benched for Josh Rosen. Big Ben is hurt, Drew Brees is damaged, and Cam Newton is hurt. Five teams will start with new quarterbacks this week. Within the five teams, there is a rookie, three second-year quarterbacks, and a veteran in Teddy Bridgewater. The only debatable starter for the future at this point is Bridgewater, and he will get to prove his worth and why the New Orleans Saints signed him to a new deal. For Rosen and Rudolf, it is to prove that they are the future for their respective teams. Jones is a rookie and will get some time, and Kyle Allen is there for the time being. It will be an exciting and probably sloppy week of football in during Week 3. 

Questions From The Podcast Team

  • Will Eli Manning retire at the end of this season?
  • Could the Dolphins and Steelers have their future at QB?

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