Giants QB Eli Manning had a rough 2017 season to say the least. However, the Giants' front office did some work this offseason to bolster his offensive line as well as add more weapons to throw to.
So, does that mean Manning is set for a career year?
Playing "Boom or Bust" on "Loud Mouths," SNY's Jon Hein believes that Manning could very well have a good season in 2018. But predicting that he will have a career year would be absurd at the age of 37.
Numbers wise, Manning's best season was arguably in 2015 when he threw for 4,432 yards, 35 touchdowns to 14 interceptions, and finished with a quarterback rating of 93.6.
Last season, Manning had a mediocre season due to receivers like Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall finding their way to the IR with season-ending injuries. Sterling Shepard also saw some missed time as he battled various injuries.
That left Tavarres King, Roger Lewis Jr. and Travis Rudolph to act as their replacements. With a sub-par running game and leaky offensive line, Manning threw for 3,468 yards, 19 touchdowns, and finished with a 80.4 quarterback rating -- his lowest mark since the 2007 season.