Will the New York Giants Finally Draft Eli Manning’s Successor?

Find someone who loves you as much as New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman apparently loves quarterback Eli Manning. best cheap nfl jerseys

“I really believe there has been a false narrative out there that Eli is finished, he’s done,” Gettleman said, per the New York Post’s Peter Botte. “He had a heck of a year. We scored a lot of points late. But, at the end of the day, jerseys nfl cheap Eli can still make all of the NFL throws. He can still play.”179c90c7af8e61c54f2a43e8072931ff_crop_exact

No statistical evidence can be provided to back up the general manager’s claims. Manning finished bottom half of the league in completion percentage, touchdowns and quarterback rating.

The veteran signal-caller did rank fifth in turnover-worthy plays last season, according to Pro Football Focus’ Steve Palazzolo. Manning didn’t even play well down the stretch as Gettleman stated. He graded as the NFL’s 32nd-best quarterback from Week 8 on, per PFF’s Pat Thorman. Obviously, former Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. didn’t agree with the idea the aging quarterback can still “make all of the NFL throws.” nfl jersey nike

Fortunately, Gettleman does realize Manning’s age (38) is a negative and the organization must find an eventual successor. cheap nfl jerseys for sale

“Anyhow, the bottom line is, yes, we have to address it,” the general manager said, per Botte. “It’s reality. So when the time is right we will.”

Timing is everything here.women nfl jerseys cheapĀ  The Giants own a pair of first-round picks this year thanks to the Beckham trade. New York must invest one of those selections in the game’s most important position. Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins is the logical option with the sixth overall pick, while Duke’s Daniel Jones may be in play with the 17th.

Manning can be the starter for now as long as a contingency plan is in place. nfl nike jerseys china