It's been reported that the New York Giants have benched Eli Manning in favor of rookie Daniel Jones. Barring an injury, or Daniel Jones completely tanking, it's unlikely Eli Manning ever throws another pass for the Giants. As such, it appears that his present body of work is pretty much finished, that it won't fundamentally change from now on. We can likely view his career, in it's near-finished state and evaluate it. The good, the bad, and the ugly. All of it.
What do we really have with Eli Manning though? Assuming his career is more or less over, has he done enough to merit induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, or is he going to be a bubble type player, someone who has some argument to be inducted, but can never cross over that hump with the selection committee?
Awards and Accomplishments
Overall Record: 116-116-0
Completions: 4860 (#6 all-time)
Attempts: 8061 (#6 all-time)
Completion Percentage: 60.3 (#42 all-time)
Passing Yards: 56,537 (currently #7 all-time, will drop to #8 as Rivers should surpass)
Touchdowns: 362 (#8 all-time)
Yards Per Game: 241.6 (#16 all-time)
QB Rating: 84.1 (#45 all-time)
4th Quarter Comebacks: 27 (#13 all-time)
Game Winning Drives: 37 (#9 all-time)