Giants QB Eli Manning was very productive in New York's 28-23 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, going 22-for-36 for 257 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.
While the two interceptions put a damper on the quarterback's stats, neither were necessarily Manning's fault. The first interception came when Nolan Carroll ripped the ball out of Odell Beckham Jr.'s hands on the way to the ground, a call that appeared to be very close and was reviewed by the officials, but not overturned. The second interception occurred in the game's final two minutes, when Connor Barwin deflected a pass intended for Will Tye at the line of scrimmage and Jordan Hicks was able to make a sliding catch before the ball hit the turf.
Manning now has 2,241 passing yards and a completion percentage of 64.4 to go with his 12 touchdowns and eight interceptions on the season.
The Giants captain looked strong throughout the game, connecting with eight different receivers to earn his 257 passing yards. Manning's solid performance also helped him move up on the all-time NFL passing yards list. His 13-yard pass to Tye in the first quarter moved him ahead of Vinny Testaverde for ninth all-time.
Manning currently sits at 46,248 career passing yards, and is less than 800 yards away from passing the next quarterback on the list, former Giants and Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton, at 47,003 passing yards.