On Sunday, Eli Manning etched another chapter into his already historic career.
The 31-year-old Giants quarterback led the team on another game-winning drive and a fourth quarter comeback by throwing a 77-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz—a TD pass that gave the Giants a 27-23 victory over the Washington Redskins.
Ever since Super Bowl XLII, we've all debated about how clutch Manning is when the game means the most.
Ever since Manning led the Giants down the field against the Patriots and won his first Super Bowl with the Giants back in February of 2008, he's earned the reputation of being perhaps the most clutch quarterback in the league.
Some have even gone as far as saying he may be the most clutch quarterback in the league right now.
Where does the Giants quarterback rank among the other best forth-quarter quarterbacks in NFL history?
Let's take a look and break down the candidates.