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Eli Manning, Quarterback, New York Giants (7 Votes)
We've now reached the point in this article where, were this an actual awards show, ratings would skyrocket as things become awkward.
You see, it's time for the awards that aren't really awards, beginning with the player who was the biggest disappointment in the NFL in 2013.
That ignominy goes to Eli Manning of the New York Giants.
For the first time since his rookie year, Manning posted a passer rating below 70. His 27 interceptions led the NFL and was a career high.
For AFC East Lead Writer Erik Frenz, it came down to Manning or free-agent bust Mike Wallace of the Miami Dolphins.
"Mike Wallace has pulled himself from out of the doldrums lately", Frenz wrote, "but Eli Manning is now in his third season with 20 or more interceptions, the most of any active quarterback in the NFL right now."
Others Receiving Votes: Matthew Stafford, Quarterback, Detroit Lions (2 Votes); Mike Wallace, Wide Receiver, Miami Dolphins (2 Votes); Josh Freeman, Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers/Minnesota Vikings (1 Vote)