Eli Manning: 5 Reasons He Will Be A Hall Of Famer

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Sep 25, 2014; Landover, MD, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) celebrates with fans in the stands after defeating the Washington Redskins 45-14 at FedEx Field. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

1. Two-Time Super Bowl MVP

Eli Manning is a Two Time Super Bowl MVP and Two Time Champion. Manning led the Giants past the Patriots and Tom Brady on two separate occasions.  In the 2007-08 season Manning and the Giants defeated the Patriots who were 18-0 and trying to finish off the perfect season.

With 39 seconds left in the game Eli Manning threw a game winning touchdown to Plaxico Burress. Earlier in the drive Manning was a part of what many call the greatest play in NFL history, hitting David Tyree for the Giants miracle.

In the 2011-12 Manning had his best year. Manning passed for 29 touchdowns and threw for 4,933 yards. He also led the Giants to eight 4th quarter comebacks. Manning led the Giants to an NFC East title. After the Giants defeated the Falcons, Packers, and 49ers they would meet the Patriots again. Manning would lead the Giants past the Patriots for a second time and win his second Super Bowl MVP award.

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