Eli Manning will announce his retirement on Friday after a 16-year NFL career. Manning is a likely Hall of Famer thanks to his long tenure in New York, highlighted by two Super Bowl titles and two Super Bowl MVP awards. Around here, though, we have to acknowledge that his regular-season performance never matched his postseason accolades. Manning never finished in the top five of passing DYAR; his best season, where he finished eighth, was 2011. Manning had only five seasons in the top ten for passing DYAR. In addition, while he won those two Super Bowls, the Giants' other four postseason appearances with Manning at quarterback were one-and-dones. But there's something to be said for consistency and the fact that the guy never missed a game due to injury.