QB Eli Manning NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Coming into the 2009 season there were major questions about which receiver(s) would actually fill the void left by Plaxico Burress. The answer came early in September as Steve Smith and Mario Manningham go off to hot starts.
As the season moved along, first round pick Hakeem Nicks took away the starting job from Maningham and flashed his game breaking ability. Eli Manning ended up having more fantasy football value than ever before as he posted his best stat line as a pro.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: I don’t believe the Giants will become a run heavy offense again this year as Manning has become much more than a game manager. To be honest this offense would probably be better suited with Ahmad Bradshaw in the backfield as he can catch the football and is a nice slash style compliment to the passing game.
Smith, Maningham and Nicks are only going to get better and Manning’s offensive line is solid for protection. Look for Peyton’s little brother to be a nice fantasy option as he should be selected around the eight best fantasy quarterback this season.
- Good Offensive Line
- Great Core Of Young Receivers
- Should Produce At Least 3,800 Yards and 27 Touchdowns
- One Put Together One Strong Fantasy Season
- This was a Run Heavy Offense Before Last Year
More Fantasy Football Player Info About Eli Manning
Eli Manning | New York Giants | No. 10 | QB
Height: 6-4 Weight: 225 | Born: 1/3/1981
2009 games played 16 | games started 16
2010 Experience: 7th season
Bye Week Conflicts (WK 8): Eagles, Bears, Falcons, Browns, Ravens
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Projected Rankings Against the Pass And Schedule Link For Eli Manning Found Below.
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