Eli Mning

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  • Birth Eli Maning

    Born on January 3, 1981 in New Orleans
  • Manning's First Stage

    Manning attended high school at the Isidoro Newman School in New Orleans, where he played soccer and basketball for the Greenies. On February 7, 1999, he promised to play college football at Ole Miss.
  • Collegial stage

    Collegial stage
    During his years with the Rebels at Ole Miss, Manning set or tied 45 single-game, season, and career records his career numbers include 10,119 passing yards (fifth on the SEC career list), 81 touchdown passes (third on the SEC career list), and a passer rating of 137.7
  • last university stage

    At the end of his senior year, Manning won many awards, including the Maxwell Award for the best versatile player in the country, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, the National Soccer Foundation, and the College Soccer Hall of Fame Academic Award, the Sporting News Radio Socrates Award, and the SEC's Most Valuable Player Award. . Manning graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in marketing.
  • beginning of his career Manning

    beginning of his career Manning
    The Chargers selected Manning with the first overall pick, as the team struck a deal with the New York Giants, under which the Giants would recruit and then trade Philip Rivers and a 2004 third-round pick, signed a contract. six-year, $ 45 million with the Giants.
  • Rookie season

    Rookie season
    Manning made his NFL regular season debut in Week 1 against the Philadelphia Eagles, Manning made his first regular season start in his career against the Atlanta Falcons at Giants Stadium on November 21, 2004. In the game, Manning threw his first touchdown on a six-yard pass to Jeremy Shockey in the third quarter.
  • 2007 season

     2007 season
    Manning opened the 2007 season with an outstanding personal performance against the Dallas Cowboys, The Giants entered the playoffs as the 5-seed. On January 13, 2008, in the divisional round, Manning led the Giants to a surprising victory over the Dallas Cowboys, the No. 1 NFC Favorite. In the NFC Championship, the Giants beat the Packers in overtime, scoring 23-20. [136] The dramatic victory assured Manning and the Giants a trip to Super Bowl XLII.
  • Super Bowl XLII

    Super Bowl XLII
    In front of a record-setting American television audience, and with the strength of a late-quarter campaign led by Manning, the Giants beat the New England Patriots, Manning was named the most valuable player in Super Bowl XLII.
  • Super Bowl XLVI

    Super Bowl XLVI
    The Giants entered the 2011 postseason as losers, the Giants avenged their regular season loss to the San Francisco 49ers with a dramatic 20-17 overtime victory in the NFC Championship Game. In United States television history, Manning once again led the Giants to a surprise victory over the Patriots 21-17, their second Super Bowl victory and fourth overall for the team.
  • Retirement

    On January 22 2020, Manning announced his retirement, with an official press conference scheduled for January 24. John Mara (CEO of the New York Giants) stated during the press conference that Manning would be included in the Giants' Ring of Honor in 2020 and that Manning's No. 10 would be withdrawn.