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Eli Manning can happily think about the potential adjustment in his net worth of $165,875,005 after racking up the his second National Football League Super Bowl victory as the New York Giants quarterback. Beside doubling up on Super Bowl wins – the first in 2008 and the second in 2012 - he padded the potential upswing in his future earnings by out performing all others in Super Bowl XLV1 and earning the Most Valuable Player award.
Not that there could be any sibling rivalry between Eli Manning and his brother Peyton Manning, but Eli managed to do the Super Bowl happy dance on Peyton`s home field in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2012. Peyton Manning can only claim one SB ring and now the younger Eli has two and the latest bragging rights.
Eli is the son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning, who starred for the New Orleans Saints. While Peyton played for the University of Tennessee during his college days, Eli opted to stay in his home state while playing his college football at the University of Mississippi. In 2004, Eli was first in the draft and picked by the San Diego Chargers. In a quick deal, San Diego and New York worked it out so that he became a New York Giant instead.
Super Bowl victories reflect his continued success on the gridiron. Eli Manning has twice been named to the Pro Bowl – in 2008 and in 2011. He led the New York Giants to two National Football Conference Championships. He holds the current NFL record for most 4th quarter touchdown passes in a season with 15. In addition, he shares the NFL record for the longest pass completion and touchdown with a 99-yard toss and score.