Giants quarterback Eli Manning will start in New York's season finale against the Washington Redskins next Sunday, interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo said after Sunday's 23-0 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
A week after throwing for 434 yards and three touchdowns, Manning, 36, completed 27 of 45 passes for 263 yards, two interceptions and one lost fumble as the Giants fell to 2-13.
Manning, who is signed through the 2019 season, has started each of New York's last three games since he was benched in favor of Geno Smith.
Since the benching, the Giants fired former head coach Ben McAdoo and former GM Jerry Reese, and Spagnuolo gave the team's starting job back to Manning, however the Giants have also given rookie quarterback Davis Webb some first-team reps in practice.
Despite that, Webb was inactive for Sunday's game, and the team is unlikely to give him a look in a regular-season game before the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Giants are assured a top-3 pick, and if they lose to Washington next week, they will receive the No. 2 pick in what is likely to be a quarterback-rich draft class.