2013: Eli Manning (WORST)
Why He’s Here: The back half of Eli’s career hasn’t gone all that well for him and the Giants, but the 2013 campaign takes the cake (in a bad way). This was the only time other than his rookie season that the younger Manning brother threw more interceptions than touchdowns. Early in the season, he threw four interceptions in a game that just happened to be the final time he and his brother played on the same field against one another. But Eli somehow managed to top that performance by tossing five picks in a shutout loss to Seattle late in the season. It was an all-around ugly season for Eli, but to his credit, he was able to bounce back and play a little better in the years to follow.
Team Success: Despite such a terrible season from their quarterback, the Giants were only 7-9 in 2013. Against all odds, they actually remained competitive inside a dreadful NFC East into December.
By the Numbers: Completed 317 of 551 passes (57.5%) for 3,818 yards with 18 touchdowns and 27 interceptions.