Eli Manning has big brother problem on Saturday Night Live
Manning added: "I think he's been harsh to try and prove, to make a statement, that there is no place for this in the game of football." Stands to reason, as Eli Manning is a star quarterback, and thus, among the most likely to be the target of a
NEW YORK – Eli Manning sensed his brother's shadow even as a comedic actor. "Saturday Night Live" producers invited the New York Giants quarterback to host after he won his first Super Bowl in 2008. One of the many reasons he declined was that Peyton
The New York Giants quarterback gets in touch with his feminine side on the sketch comedy show.
By Gary Mihoces, USA TODAY Eli Manning appealed to Saturday Night Live because he doesn't take himself too seriously. That was evident throughout as the New York Giants' quarterback hosted the show Saturday night — opening as a bumpkin in the "Big
By Sage Stossel At the EA Sports motion-capture studio, Eli Manning has a bit more trouble than Tim Tebo (Taran Killam), Victor Cruz (Jay Pharoah), Ray Lewis (Kenan Thompson), and Troy Polamalu (Andy Samberg) coming up wtih a signature post-touchdown