4. Eli Manning, QB - New York Giants: Eli Manning had one of the worst seasons in his career in 2013, as he led the league with a whopping 27 interceptions, and he had one of the lowest completion percentages in the NFL with 57.5%. Granted his pass protection was that good, and he didn’t have much of a running game, but that many interceptions is inexcusable.
However, Eli Manning has had his share of great moments, like winning two Super Bowls, and he’s certainly capable of a lot more. So a bounce back season is certainly possible for the former two-time Super Bowl MVP. But right now based on his performance last season, he has to be considered last in these rankings.