All you need to know about the number of times Eli Manning made it to the Pro Bowl during his illustrious NFL career.
Eli Manning was a member of the New York Giants for the entirety of his 16-year career in the National Football League (NFL). After being taken first overall by the San Diego Chargers in the 2004 NFL Draft, he was then traded to the New York Giants during the course of the draught.
Despite the fact that Manning struggled with consistency for the majority of his career, he is known for guiding the New York Giants to two Super Bowl victories as an underdog against the New England Patriots’ dynasty: Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI. Both of these games took place in New England. The first game, in which the wild card Giants defeated the Patriots, who were the first team in NFL history to win all 16 regular season games, is widely considered to be one of the most shocking outcomes in the history of sports.
As a result of his performance in both wins, Eli Manning is one of only five players in Super Bowl history to have won the Most Valuable Player award more than once. From 2004 to 2019, Eli Manning was the starting quarterback for the New York Giants. During that time, he set team records for passing yards, touchdown passes, and completions.
Eli Manning played 16 seasons for the Giants. He threw for 57,023 yards and 366 touchdowns. He was selected to play in 4 Pro Bowls. He won the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award, 2 Super Bowl MVP awards, and 2 championships.
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