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Should Eli Manning be in the Hall of Fame?

It seems like Eli Manning's time in the league is coming to an end. The former Ole Miss Rebel was benched for rookie Daniel Jones, but may believe the legacy he leaves behind is worthy of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Others think because his regular season record is barely above .500, he doesn't deserve the honor. What do you think? 🏈

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People look at Eli Manning now and see a quarterback with heavy feet getting sacked constantly. They forget this is the same man who defeated the New England Patriots twice in the Super Bowl. Twice.

Eli Manning currently sits at sixth all-time in passing yards and seventh all-time in passing touchdowns. He has the numbers to get into the Hall of Fame.

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Eli Manning might have the numbers and two great postseasons on his side, but that doesn't mean he's worthy of the Hall of Fame. He has 234 interceptions and is barely .500 in the regular during his career. He also doesn't have as many Pro-Bowl appearances as his peers.

If he's not even one of the best quarterbacks of his era, how can he be considered one of the best of all time? Eli had a couple good years, but it's not enough to be enshrined in the Hall.

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Should Eli Manning be in the Hall of Fame?
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