7. Eli Manning
How many times over the years has there been debate over whether the New York Giants should move on from Eli Manning, and start fresh with someone younger under center?
As great as it was to see Manning help the Giants win two Super Bowls back in the day, all good things must come to an end, and the offense could be in for another year of rebuilding now that Odell Beckham Jr. is no longer around.
Even if New York decides to go with a quarterback in the first round of this year’s draft, it really wouldn’t be that much of a surprise if the team still decided to keep Manning around to help mentor the potential successor.
Numbers wise, Manning certainly doesn’t stand out like some of the other top quarterbacks over the last couple of seasons, and his turnovers always seem to be an issue. But when seeing how the Giants have already been keeping Manning around longer than previously expected, it will be interesting to watch how this situation plays out.
Manning may not be worthy of a hefty new contract, but that doesn’t necessarily mean New York still wouldn’t be willing to open up their checkbook for the two-time Super Bowl winner.