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Some Eli Manning Statistics

I like to go to Giants.com for a few reasons. First up are the shows with Bob Papa and Carl Banks. Those are really pretty insightful, especially Banks. 

 

The other is the weekly statistical review with Micahel Eisen. I enjoy stats so I always find this interesting.

Now, the Eisen Mailbag is a waste of time because he is never really allowed to answer any personnel questions or rumors becuase he is directly employed by the Giants, I believe.

But anyway here are Eli Manning’s stats through his first 80 games. Notice that he has won more games than Peyton did in Peyton’s first 80 games (also that is a bit misleading because Peyton had a Horrible rookie season, while Eli had a horrible 1/2 a rookie season) still. As far as wins go they are pretty on par with each other through their first 80 games. And Peyton is one of the winningest Quarterbacks in N.F.L. history.

In other words: Eli bashers. He’s done a very good job running this team since he joined and is on pace to SHATTER All Giants QB records.  

 

Last Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, Eli Manning started his 80th regular season game, the equivalent of five full seasons.

What follows are some selected Manning statistics as he attempts to direct the Giants to their fifth consecutive postseason berth, the NFL’s second-longest streak

Manning is 47-33 (.588) in the regular season. Here’s how his record and statistics stack up with some other prominent quarterbacks after their 80th start. Thanks to the Elias Sports Bureau for providing the statistics.

 Name                         W – L    Att      Com     Yds     TD      Int       Rating
Manning, Eli                 47 – 33  2,550   1,438  16,627  113    82         77.6
Favre, Brett                  52 – 28  2,735   1,695  19,120  149    78         89.1
Manning, Peyton           42 – 38  2,817   1,749  20,618  138  100         85.9
Brady, Tom                  60 – 20  2,587   1,597  18,366  126    68         88.4
McNabb, Donovan     56 – 24  2,580   1,509  17,017  119    57          84.5
Hasselbeck, Matt         47 – 33  2,523   1,525  18,068  112    71         85.4
Brees, Drew                 42 – 38  2,583   1,625  17,939  110    74         85.7
Collins, Kerry               42 – 38  2,597   1,415  16,806   92     95         71.0
Delhomme, Jake           49 – 31  2,384   1,418  17,392  111    74         84.6
Warner, Kurt                45 – 35  2,647   1,736  21,713  134    90         93.6

Simms, Phil                   45 – 35  2,414   1,288  17,013  100    98         72.8

*Of the quarterbacks on this list, only Brady, McNabb, Favre and Delhomme have more victories through 80 starts. Manning is tied with Hasselbeck.

*Manning, of course, is often compared to Peyton, his older brother. After 80 games, Eli has five more victories. Peyton’s current record is 125-59 (.679). Eli’s postseason record is 4-3. Peyton’s is 7-8.

Although he’s only in his sixth season, Manning is among the franchise’s career leaders in all major passing categories (figures are regular season only):

Attempts
1. Phil Simms                            4,647
2. Charlie Conerly                    2,833
3. Eli Manning              2,559
4. Kerry Collins                        2,473

Completions
1. Phil Simms                            2,576
2. Kerry Collins                        1,447
3. Eli Manning              1,441
4. Charlie Conerly                    1,418

Yards
1. Phil Simms                         33,462
2. Charlie Conerly                  19,488
3. Kerry Collins                      16,875
4. Eli Manning                        16,693

Touchdowns
1. Phil Simms                            199
2. Charlie Conerly                     173
3. Eli Manning                           113
4. Fran Tarkenton                      103

Interceptions
1. Charlie Conerly                      167
2. Phil Simms                             157
3. Eli Manning                            82
4. Fran Tarkenton                       72

Manning’s 80 consecutive regular season starts give him the third-longest active streak:
Brett Favre                  277
Peyton Manning          184
Eli Manning                 80
Drew Brees                 72

The 80 consecutive starts are a Giants record.

*Manning’s 80 starts have been in 27 different stadiums:
By Stadium: (27)                                                                    Postseason (6)

Giants Stadium: 24-17: 23-17 at home, 1-0 as a visitor
Alltel Stadium: 0-1
Arrowhead: 1-0
Bank of America: 1-0
Cleveland Browns: 0-1
Cowboys Stadium: 1-0
Edward Jones Dome: 1-0
FedEx Field: 3-2
Ford Field: 1-0
Georgia Dome: 2-0
Heinz Field: 1-0
Lincoln Financial Field: 4-1
LP Field: 0-1
M&T Bank: 0-1
McAfee Coliseum: 1-0
Metrodome: 0-1
Monster Park: 1-0
Paul Brown Stadium: 0-1
Qualcomm Stadium: 0-1
Qwest Field: 0-2
Ralph Wilson: 1-0
Raymond James: 1-0
Soldier Field: 1-0
Superdome: 0-1
Texas Stadium: 2-2
Univ of Phoenix: 1-0
Wembley: 1-0 
Giants Stadium: 0-2
Lambeau Field: 1-0
Lincoln Financial: 0-1
Raymond James: 1-0
Texas Stadium: 1-0
Univ of Phoenix: 1-0

 

*Manning has started against 48 different quarterbacks in the regular season. He is 5-0 against Washington’s Jason Campbell and 4-3 vs. Philadelphia’s Donovan McNabb.

*Manning has started against 43 different head coaches. He has more victories against Philadelphia’s Andy Reid (6-4) than any other coach.

*Manning’s regular season record by month:
September………………11-5
October…………………16-4
November………………9-11
December………………10-13
January…………………..1-0

Record When Manning…

Throws 0 Touchdowns:            4-8
Throws 1 Touchdown:           23-16
Throws 2 Touchdowns:            11-6
Throws 3 Touchdowns:            8-1
Throws 4 Touchdowns:            1-2
Throws 5 Touchdowns:            0-0
Throws 6 Touchdowns:            0-0
Throws at least one TD:            43-25
Was Not Sacked:                     11-5
Was Sacked:                            36-28
Rushed for a Touchdown:         3-0
Margin 7 pts or more:               32-20
Margin 3 points/less:                 5-10 
Was Not Intercepted:               22-7
Was Intercepted:                      25-26
Played on Grass:                       16-7
Played on Turf:             31-25
Played in Domes:                      5-2
Played on Monday Night:         3-2
Played on Sunday Night:           5-6
Played on Saturday:                  4-2
Played in Prime Time:   9-8
Played on Sunday Aft:  35-23
Played in Overtime:                   2-2
Margin less/7 points:                 15-13

Manning’s 1,441 completions and 16,693 passing yards by receiver
(Includes three completions and 66 yards as a reserve at Philadelphia on Sept. 12, 2004                                               
(30 different individuals)

Receiver                                 Catches                       Yards
Plaxico Burress                244                             3681
Amani Toomer                210                             2554
Jeremy Shockey                          206                             2300
Tiki Barber                                  129                             1144
Steve Smith                                 121                             1295
Derrick Ward                               69                              576
Kevin Boss                                   60                              782
Domenik Hixon                          51                              640
Brandon Jacobs                          50                              415
David Tyree                                 38                              439
Sinorice Moss                              36                              373
Mario Manningham                    35                              490
Tim Carter                                    34                              471
Jim Finn                                        29                              213
Visanthe Shiancoe                      22                              178     
Hakeem Nicks                             18                              323
Ike Hilliard                                   17                              143
Ahmad Bradshaw                       16                               152
Madison Hedgecock                   15                              106
Michael Matthews                        8                                54
Reuben Droughns                         7                                49
Marcellus Rivers                             5                                36
Michael Jennings                             5                                49
Darcy Johnson                                5                                51
Derek Hagan                                 3                                19
Travis Beckum                              3                                27
Jamaar Taylor                                 2                               102
Anthony Mix                                  1                                 21
Ron Dayne                                     1                                   7
Sean Berton                                   1                                   3

                        Manning’s 113 Career Touchdown Passes by Receiver
                                        (19 Different Receivers)
Plaxico Burress (33)
Jeremy Shockey (19)
Amani Toomer (17)
Kevin Boss (10)
Steve Smith (6)
David Tyree (4)                       
Mario Manningham (4)
Hakeem Nicks (3)
Tiki Barber (3)                       
Sinorice Moss (2)
Tim Carter (2)
Brandon Jacobs (2)
Darcy Johnson (2)
Domenik Hixon (1)
Ahmad Bradshaw (1)
Derrick Ward (1)
Marcellus Rivers (1)                
Visanthe Shiancoe (1)
Madison Hedgecock (1)

 

                                    Touchdown Pass by Quarters:
First: 25
Second: 33      
Third: 21         
Fourth: 33  
Overtime: 1

                                                Touchdown Passes by Length
                        1-9       10-19   20-29   30-39   40-49   50-59   60-69   70-79   80-89   90-99  
Year              Yards    Yards Yards  Yards    Yards  Yards  Yards  Yards  Yards  Yards
                        52          25          14        12         2           4        3          1
Long: 78-yarder to Burress at Oakland on 12/31/05.
Next:  62-yarder to Nicks vs. Arizona on 10/25/09.
Next:  61-yarder to Burress v Philadelphia on 11/20/05.
Next:  60-yarder to Burress at Dallas on 9/7/07.
Next:  55-yarder to Burress vs. New Orleans on 12/24/06.
Next:  54-yarder to Nicks at Kansas City on 10/4/09.

*The Giants lost to San Diego Sunday when the Chargers scored on an 18-yard pass from Philip Rivers to Vincent Jackson with 21 seconds remaining. It was the first time an opposing team scored a touchdown against the Giants after trailing with 21 seconds or less to go since Nov. 19, 1978 – the infamous fumble game. Philadelphia’s Herman Edwards scored on a botched handoff exchange between Joe Pisarcik and Larry Csonka to give the Eagles a 19-17 victory with 20 seconds remaining.

*Jackson also caught a 10-yard scoring pass and was the first opponent with two touchdown receptions since New England’s Randy Moss in the 2007 season finale.

*The Giants owned a time of possession advantage of 37:47-22:13 over San Diego. The 15:34 difference was the largest for the Giants in a defeat since Dec. 15, 1990, when they fell to Buffalo, 17-13, despite holding an advantage of 15:58 (37:59-22:01).

*Brandon Jacobs is 10th in the NFL with 617 rushing yards. Ahmad Bradshaw is 14th with 515 yards. The Giants are the only team in the league with two rushers with more than 500 yards apiece.

*Jeff Feagles’ 176 punting yards vs. the Chargers increased his career total to 70,021 – more than 39 miles worth of punts. He is, of course, the only player in NFL history with 70,000 yards. Former Giant Sean Landeta is second on the list with 60,707 yards. Feagles has 19,973 yards with the Giants.

*By limiting the Chargers to 226 total yards, the Giants have returned to the top of the NFL’s defensive rankings after a week at No. 3. The Giants are allowing 272.3 yards per game. They also lead the NFL in first downs allowed (15.9 a game) and opponents third down conversion percentage (31.1 on 33 of 106 attempts).

*Steve Smith continues to lead the NFL in receptions with 61, one more than tight end Dallas Clark and two ahead of wide receiver Reggie Wayne, both of Indianapolis – put another way, quarterbacks named Manning are throwing to the NFL’s top three pass-catchers.

Smith leads the NFC and is second in the NFL with 719 receiving yards. He leads the league with 26 third-down catches, seven more than Miami’s Davone Bess.

*Lawrence Tynes leads the NFL with 82 points, nine more than New England’s Stephen Gostkowski.

 

All right leave the comments. Let us know what you want to discuss.

 

 

Jesse


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One Response to “Some Eli Manning Statistics”

  1. andrew ilnicki says:

    excellent breakdown. good to see hakeem nicks up there next to burr-ass

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