Eli Manning named NFC Offensive Player of the Week

Many wondered how the Giants would respond after a shaky performance in the Giants home opener last week. Eli Manning responded by having a career day. Because of that, Manning was named this weeks NFC Offensive Player of the Week. The Giants QB led them to a 26-19 road victory of the “dream team,” the Philadelphia Eagles. Manning threw for four touchdowns, no interceptions and 254 yards.

Manning is this weeks NFC Offensive Player of the Week.

His passer rating was 145.7, his highest ever in a game in which he threw more than 10 passes. It was the fifth-highest passer rating in Giants history. Manning also registered his 15th comeback victory. What’s more impressive is that Manning is 5-2 in Philadelphia as a starter.

Manning has hit the gates running since last week. After starting 2-11against the Rams two weeks ago,  Manning has completed 32 of 41 passes (78%) for 435 yards, five TDs and no INTs. That’s a passer rating of 150.4 over 6 ½ quarter.


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