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Quarterback, New York Giants

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Draft: 2004 Round 1 (1)
Ht: 6’4”  Wt: 218 DOB: 1981-01-03 Age: 33
QB Rank Tier ADP-12
#8 2 5.08

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  PassingRushing Fantasy
Season Team G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yard TD INTAtt Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2004 NYG 9 7 95 197 48.2 1,043 6 9 6 35 5.8 0 79.7 8.9
2005 NYG 16 16 294 558 52.7 3,762 24 17 30 80 2.7 1 298.1 18.6
2006 NYG 16 16 301 522 57.7 3,244 24 18 25 21 0.8 0 260.3 16.3
2007 NYG 16 16 297 528 56.3 3,336 23 20 30 69 2.3 1 271.7 17.0
2008 NYG 16 16 289 479 60.3 3,238 21 10 20 10 0.5 1 252.9 15.8
2009 NYG 16 16 317 509 62.3 4,021 27 14 17 65 3.8 0 315.6 19.7
2010 NYG 16 16 339 539 62.9 4,002 31 25 32 70 2.2 0 331.1 20.7
2011 NYG 16 16 359 589 61.0 4,933 29 16 35 15 0.4 1 370.2 23.1
2012 NYG 16 1 321 536 59.9 3,948 26 15 20 30 1.5 0 304.4 19.0
2012 (Projected) NYG     379 642 59.0 4,365 32 18 19 42 2.2 0 350.5  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
Last year, I asked you whether you got the feeling that Eli is the Rodney Dangerfield of fantasy quarterbacks and the answer to that was yes. This year, there is no doubt the answer is no. Coming off a career year with 4,933 passing yards and 29 touchdowns that culminated with the Giants second Super Bowl win, Manning figures to start getting some fantasy love in 2012. There goes the chance of acquiring him as a value pick as has been the case in recent years. If you want to nitpick, you could view the departure of Mario Manningham and the downgrade at tight end to Martellus Bennett as issues but Manning seems to be at the point of his career where he can make lemonade out of lemons. Of course, when your starting wide receivers combined for 2,728 yards, you donít need much of a supporting cast. With three-year averages of 4,319 passing yards and 29 touchdowns, Manningís consistency and expected production in 2012 should make him no worse than the 7th quarterback off the board in your draft. The Dangerfield days are over.

Fan. Tm. Player
QB1QB1 Eli Manning
QB2QB2 Ryan Nassib
Giants Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
No restrictions on Eli Manning     -- Thu Dec 11 6:10 pm --

Back concern appears to be a non-issue
Tom Coughlin: "Eli Manning practiced well. He did everything. There weren't any real restrictions on him". He will be listed as "limited." (Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: Manning said earlier this week he was surprised to learn he was on the injury report, so this would appear to be much ado about nothing. What is a big deal is the fact that he faces a Washington defense that he picked apart for 300 yards and five total touchdowns in Week 4 and is giving up more points to opposing quarterbacks than any other team. Manning, Odell Beckham Jr. and Larry Donnell all have the potential to be elite plays at their positions this week given the Redskins' ability to stuff the run and complete inability to defend the pass.
Injury Coughlin: Andre Williams ready for bigger role     -- Tue Oct 7 10:30 am --

Jennings injury opens door for rookie RB
Giants RB Andre Williams carried the ball 20 times for 65 yards and a score and caught both of his passes despite coming into the league with a reputation as a poor receiver. With running back Rashad Jennings out at least a few weeks with an MCL sprain, Williams will have to take a bulk of the carries and handle a bulk of the blitz pickup duties when Eli Manning drops back to pass. Peyton Hillis is a nice second option, but the Giants sound like a team prepared to ride the hot hand. "I am very confident (in Williams taking a bigger role)," coach Tom Coughlin said Monday. "The other thing that he did that was great was the third-and-7 first down run. A lot of that was on his own outside the flank of our blockers. He was able to pick up that first down. That was really indicative of people trying to tackle the ball and get the ball out, and he made that play. When you have a young guy, you really get into great, great detail even more about pass protection. He has done a good job when he has been in there. He is going to have to do even better." (NFL.com)

FF Today's Take: Williams has been working hard at becoming a complete running back, and with favorable matchups in weeks 6 and 7, he's worth plugging in as an RB2.

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