Breaking Down New York Giants’ Situation at Quarterback

May 11, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Over the next few weeks (well, with an exception here and there for some special features I have planned), I'm going to take an in-depth look at each unit on the New York Giants.
For each unit, I'll start with a review of the 2015 season. I'll then look at where the unit can improve, cover some of the pressing questions, and then wrap it up with a look at the key new faces, where applicable.
Let's kick things off with the quarterbacks.
2015 in Review
Starting quarterback Eli Manning, who unlike a year ago was coming off offseason ankle surgery, entered 2015 fully healthy and armed (pun intended) with a new rest-and-recovery regimen he started last year to help him minimize the wear and tear to his now-35-year-old throwing arm.
As a result, he set new career highs in completed passes (387) and touchdowns (35) while finishing with a career-best 93.6 passer rating in year two of the Ben McAdoo offense.
What's even more impressive, Manning accompl...

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