Eli Manning says arm felt fresher following bye: Fantasy implications

Andy Lyons

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning said Monday his arm fresher in practice following the team's bye. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning said Monday that he though his arm "a little bit more pop" following the team's bye. There were concerns in recent weeks that Manning's arm was tired but Manning has tried to downplay those worries during the team's two-game losing streak.

Manning has not thrown a touchdown pass in the last three games while throwing four interceptions during that stretch. The Giants face the Green Bay Packers in Week 12.

Fantasy Impact: Manning has been a disappointment in recent weeks but should be a decent fantasy starter against the Packers. The Giants have seen their lead in the NFC East shrink to one game and will need a good showing from Manning in Week 12.

Manning is a mid-to-low end fantasy starter in most weeks.

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