How Eli Manning won two Super Bowls, no one will ever know, but his ship has sailed. With Manning struggling yet again, the New York Giants need to move on and let him go. People always make excuses for Manning's shortcomings, whether its a bad offensive line or injuries.
Truth is, Manning just isn't an elite quarterback who makes the rest of the team better. Even his NFL peers know it, voting him the most overrated quarterback in the league. With the team effectively out of the playoff race and Manning doing little to reassure fans he's the man, it's time for the Giants to look towards the future.
Anyone who knows football knows that Eli Manning is not the problem with the Giants. Injuries have ravaged the team, and the defense has been one of the worst in the league. Unless Manning plays on that side of the ball, he should not shoulder all of the blame for the Giants problems.
Manning is doing the best with what he has, and he doesn't have much to work with. His top wide receivers are hurt, and the rest of the team hasn't picked up the slack. If Manning had an actual team around him, he would still be successful.