Excerpt: "Eli Manning never gets hurt.

He has made an NFL-leading 199 consecutive regular season starts. That would be every start at quarterback for the Giants since Manning, 36, took over and started in Week 11 of his rookie 2004 season against Atlanta.

It is a remarkable run.

The Giants haven’t needed a backup quarterback to step up, start and win games since Manning took over. Fourth-round 2013 pick Ryan Nassib, allowed to walk in free agency this spring after injuring his elbow, only appeared in five games across four seasons and never even made a single start.

It would be unwise, however, to assume that Manning’s past durability guarantees 16 starts per season the rest of his career, even if he’s working hard to stay fit and make it happen." Read more...