New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning made history on Sunday in the Giants' Week 4 win over the Buffalo Bills. With this victory -- Manning's 101st -- he became the franchise-leading quarterback, tying Phil Simms.
Manning finished 20-of-35 for 212 yards passing, three touchdowns and one interception. Although Manning's completion percentage and yardage don't jump off the screen, he took exactly what the defense gave him and made big throws when the Giants needed him to.
Despite playing without Victor Cruz and behind a make shift offensive line, Manning is off to one of the best starts to any season in his career. After Sunday's victory, Manning has thrown seven touchdowns and just one interception overall this season.
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