Eli maybe ranked a bit high because he hasn't played enough years yet. But he is just now starting to realize his potential.
Eli was a two time Conerly Trophy winner at Ole Miss.
The number one overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, the Giants traded the farm to get Eli. Ernie Accorsi pegged him as the Giant's QB of the future.
After a three inconsistent seasons, Eli led the Giants to one of the most amazing runs in history. A team that barely made the playoffs and was an after thought for everyone, found a way through their quarterback's mistake free football and stellar defense to Super Bowl XLII.
The undefeated Patriots waited for Eli and co. Giants fans need no reminders of the magic Eli provided on that February evening in Arizona. Out doing Mr. Clutch Tom Brady by leading his team down the field in the most memorable drive of Giant fans' lives, capped off by a TD pass to Plaxico Burress to win 17-14.
The Super Bowl MVP went on to his first Pro Bowl in 2008 in what was a poor finish without their number one receiver. Eli has the potential and ability to continue to improve and climb this list in the future.