Prior to the 2011 season, there weren't many fans or analysts that would consider Eli Manning a top five NFL quarterback. Now, you won't find many that DON'T consider him a top five quarterback after passing for nearly 5,000 yards, leading multiple fourth-quarter comebacks and winning his second Super Bowl in five seasons.
But one thing not many will call him is the best quarterback in the league, which is fair. Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers are the creme of the crop, and Eli has some work to do to be considered in their class, at least from a skill set stand point.
So what improvements could Eli make to become the best quarterback in the league? Let's take a look.