Monday, November 30, 2015

Mannings' Game Log vs. Patriots

Here are the Mannings' all-time starts vs. the Patriots

Mannings' Game Log vs. Patriots

Quarterback Eli Manning led the Giants to a victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. (Eric Gay/AP)
Quarterback Eli Manning led the Giants to a victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. (Eric Gay/AP)

The Manning Family QBs (Archie, Peyton and Eli) have won seven of their last 10 meetings with New England, which comes after a 2-13 start against the Patriots (*postseason game):

Date Manning     Team Site Result       
Dec. 10, 1972 Archie Saints     New Orleans L  10-17
Dec. 21, 1980 Archie Saints New Orleans L  27-38
Nov. 28, 1982 Archie Oilers New England L  21-29
Sept. 13, 1998 Peyton Colts New England L    6-29
Nov. 1, 1998 Peyton Colts Indianapolis L  16-21
Sept. 19, 1999     Peyton Colts New England L  28-31
Dec. 12, 1999 Peyton Colts Indianapolis W 20-15
Oct. 8, 2000 Peyton Colts New England L  16-24
Oct. 22, 2000 Peyton Colts Indianapolis W 30-23
Sept. 30, 2001 Peyton Colts New England L  13-44
Oct. 21, 2001 Peyton Colts Indianapolis L  17-38
Nov. 30, 2003 Peyton Colts Indianapolis L  34-38
*Jan. 18, 2004 Peyton Colts New England L  14-24
Sept. 9, 2004 Peyton Colts New England L  24-27
*Jan. 16,2005 Peyton Colts New England L    3-20
Nov. 7, 2005 Peyton Colts New England W 40-21
Nov. 5, 2006 Peyton Colts New England W 27-20
*Jan. 21, 2007 Peyton Colts Indianapolis W 38-34
Nov. 4, 2007 Peyton Colts Indianapolis L  20-24
Dec. 29, 2007 Eli Giants Meadowlands     L  35-38
*Feb. 3, 2008 Eli Giants Glendale W 17-14
Nov. 2, 2008 Peyton Colts Indianapolis W 18-15
Nov. 15, 2009 Peyton Colts Indianapolis W 35-34
Nov. 21, 2010 Peyton Colts New England L  28-31
Nov. 6, 2011 Eli Giants New England W 24-20
Feb. 5, 2012 Eli Giants Indianapolis
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