Earlier this week the New York Giants announced that Eli Manning would be benched for first round draft pick Daniel Jones. Manning's tenure as an NFL player is likely coming to an end at the conclusion of the 2019 season. Manning's legacy has been a discussion point the past twenty four hours as to his Pro Football Hall of Fame credentials. When ever the day comes, Manning will retire as ranking in the top ten all-time in passing yards, attempts & touch downs. Along with starting every game for fourteen consecutive straight seasons he won Two Super Bowls and two Super Bowl MVPs. However the career record of Eli Manning is 116-116, he never won an NFL MVP or was ever considered a top 5 QB during his playing career and won playoff games in just two seasons.

Levack and Goz both agreed yesterday that Manning will and should be a Hall of Famer. To give your take make sure to follow them on Twitter @thejefflevack and @TomGozz and call into the show weekdays 2-7pm at 518-476-1045.

Will Eli Manning be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame when his career ends? Should he be inducted into the Hall of Fame? Let us know below.