Eli Manning in tough against Raiders, lackluster fantasy performance

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The Giants quarterback was off his game against the Raiders in Week 10. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning completed 12 passes for 140 yards and a touchdown in New York's 24-20 win over the Oakland Raiders in Week 10. Manning was sacked three times in the game and threw an interception.

Fantasy impact: Manning completed 54 percent of his passes against the Raiders and was only able to connect with Reuben Randle in the end zone.

Though almost nobody on the Giants has been playing all that well from a fantasy perspective, the team is now on a three-game winning streak. There is no doubt Manning and his teammates will have to be better as the Giants face more divisional opponents in the second half of the season, in a division that can still be had by any team.

That's pretty remarkable considering how bad the Giants were to start the year. Now that Andre Brown is back from injury, Manning will have to get the passing game going in order to regain his fantasy value this season.

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