Suffice it to say, at this point it doesn?t appear the New York Giants are going to miraculously turn things around and contend for a playoff berth.
The team is a long way from competing, and a rebuild may be in order.
So where does that leave Eli Manning, the team?s 14-year starting QB and two-time Super Bowl winner?
Manning is 36 and is under contract through 2019. If he wants another ring before his career is over, it might have to be elsewhere.
The Jacksonville Jaguars.
But would the Giants even consider such a move? Market-setting offshore sportsbook BookMaker.eu has released odds on Manning leaving New York.
Will Eli Manning be traded before the end of the 2017-18 regular season?
Yes +2500 (risk $100 to win $2,500)
No -7500 (risk $7,500 to win $100)
On the surface, the trade makes sense for both teams.
Manning hasn?t been a world-beater this season, but there?s still gas in the tank. He has completed 67.8 percent of his passes -- the highest mark of his career. He?s on pace for 4,281 yards, which would rank fifth.
He?s also on pace to be sacked 42 times, which would be the most of his career. And the Giants are averaging just 77.8 yards rushing per game, 30th in the league.
The Jaguars, meanwhile, may see a veteran QB with a history of postseason success as the final piece to a playoff run.
Rookie RB Leonard Fournette ranks second in the NFL in rushing yards with 466, and would be a top Rookie of the Year candidate if the league?s No. 1 runner wasn?t also a rookie (Kareem Hunt).
The last time Manning played alongside a credible ground game was 2010, when the team ranked 6th in rush yards. Since then, the unit has not ranked higher than 14th, with the average being 24th.
Jacksonville also has a defense that ranks third in points allowed (16.6 per game). The Giants rank in the bottom 10 in points and yards allowed.
It would also mean a reuniting of Manning with Tom Coughlin, the Giants coach from 2004-15. He?s now executive vice president of football operations for the Jaguars.
PICK: Manning doesn?t have the tools around him right now to be successful. But he doesn?t need to chase a Super Bowl ring. He has two of them.
Manning has said he wants to ?retire a Giant.? His father Archie Manning also said Eli would prefer to retire than leave New York.
For the Giants, they have a lot of holes to fill, and as long as Manning is around, ?quarterback? isn?t one of them. Teams rarely trade franchise QBs, even aging ones.
Go with ?No? on Manning moving to Florida.
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