Eli Manning is the most clutch Giant of them all.
In 2011, Manning had six come-from-behind victories in which he lead the Giants on game-winning drives.
In the playoffs, Eli came up big for the Giants, throwing nine touchdowns to only one interception.
In Super Bowl XLVI, Manning lead the Giants on a game-winning drive against the Patriots that ended with a six-yard touchdown run by Ahmad Bradshaw.
In Super Bowl XLII, Manning lead the Giants on one of the most historic game-winning drives against the Patriots which featured the helmet-catch by David Tyree and then a 13-yard touchdown catch to Plaxico Burress.
Manning also has two Super Bowl MVP Awards as well for his great performances against New England.
Any time the Giants are down by seven points or less and they have the ball with two minutes or less left in the game, Giants fans know they have a chance to tie or win the game.
They feel that way because when he has the ball with the game on the line, Eli Manning finds ways to win games.
Manning has established himself as one of the NFL's elite quarterbacks and a lot of that has to due with being a clutch player who wins.