New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman says the notion that quarterback Eli Manning is “overpaid” and “can't play” anymore is, well . In fact, Gettleman says, Manning proved to the NFL world that he's still got a lot left in the tank in 2018, finishing the season with multiple career highs despite the offensive line checking in near the bottom of the league in pass-blocking efficiency. Such was the case on Sunday when Manning passer rating grid from 2018 was analyzed via Next Gen Stats, showing he fell within average or better than average range on every section of the field. In eight of the 12 points on the grid, Manning's passer rating was actually higher than the league average.
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