Eli Manning has solid fantasy performance on Monday Night Football

Patrick McDermott

Eli Manning was far from dominant on Monday Night Football, but he put together a decent statistical performance in the loss.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning had a solid performance in a losing effort on Monday Night Football against the Washington Redskins.

Manning completed 60 percent of his passes for 280 yards and a touchdown, while not turning the ball over at all. Still, the Giants fell to the Redskins, 17-16.

Fantasy Impact: Eli Manning has been an unspectacular fantasy quarterback this season. He has had some dominant games but also looked average in others. His value as a quarterback doesn't always translate to fantasy football.

Manning gets a very friendly matchup next week, as the Giants head home to take on the New Orleans Saints. New Orleans has been getting shredded by opposing passing attacks this season.

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