Now that the Eli era is over, will he make the Hall of Fame?
- slodrick jLv 45 months ago
ok yes he will he found the right team to qb to win the super bowl time does fly
- 5 months ago
yes. his defensive line will carry him to Canton.
- 5 months ago
He will make the Hall of Fame, should he though is really the question. Not much stands him apart from Jim Plunkett. Both won 2 Super Bowls, both are career .500 QB's. Manning has 2 Super Bowl MVP's to Plunkett's 1, but Manning also led the league in INT's 3 times, Plunkett only did that once. I think voters will lean more on that victory over the then 18-0 Patriots and his famous last name than actual field performance.
- CoryLv 55 months ago
Probably. But not first ballot. But if he gets in on the first try after TO didn’t, the HOF is rigged. After he selfishly demanded the Chargers trade him and he screwed them over so bad they had to move out of San Diego.
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- DavidLv 75 months ago
Are you sure it's over? As fast as the Giants promoted Daniel Jones, they could demote him just as quickly. He has to show more than his limited action against Dallas ended up.
- Wire and StringLv 75 months ago
2 superbowl wins, 2 superbowl MVPs, 4 probowls, 7th all time in passing yards. yeah, i suspect he does.
- Goldfly252000Lv 75 months ago
He probably will at some point. The Media's love of Brady and the Patriots pretty much guarantees he will. They have to praise how good Eli is since he was the QB of the Giants that beat the Patriots twice in teh Super Bowl. Imagine a mediocre QB leading a team that beat the Patriots.
- M. DiegoLv 75 months ago
No, Jim Plunkett also has two rings and didn’t make it. Eli Manning never led the league in a passing category besides interceptions, even his playoff numbers are about average.
Don’t compare him to Joe Namath, who was an AFL MVP and the only QB with 4000 yards before the league extended seasons to 16 games.
- BobLv 75 months ago
I think he will but not on the first ballot
- Cu TieLv 75 months ago
Yes, Eli Manning will be a future inductee to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In addition to helping the New York Giants win 2 Super Bowl Championships, Eli ranks in the Top 10 of the NFL's all-time passing yardage and passing touchdowns lists.