According to Art Stapleton of The Record, Eli Manning’s future with the New York Giants “remains uncertain” after Sunday’s performance.
The Giants were shutout by the Tennessee Titans at home on Sunday and Manning had a lot to do with it.
He turned the football over twice, failing to throw a touchdown in the process.
Reports earlier this morning indicated that Manning and the Giants are leaning towards another season together in 2019.
But that doesn’t exactly seem to be the truth, just yet.
The team has won 4 of their 6 second half games but those wins can mainly be attributed to poor opposing quarterback competition.
The Giants can save $17 million in cap space by releasing him this offseason.
Something one would suggest a rebuilding team do.