Aaron Rodgers vs. Eli Manning: Who has More Career Wins?

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Quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning. (Getty)

When the Green Bay Packers host the New York Giants on Sunday in a Wild-Card Playoff game, NFL fans will get the chance to see two quarterbacks who can sling the ball around the field with the best of them.

Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and New York’s Eli Manning are both Super Bowl MVPs and have amassed numbers which should put them in the Hall of Fame when their careers are done.

And Sunday, their teams will meet at Lambeau Field in the playoffs once again. Manning and Giants have knocked the Packers off twice recently in the postseason in Green Bay (2007-08, 2011-12) en route to Super Bowl titles. The game kicks off at 4:40 p.m. ET and it will be televised by FOX.

Manning came into the league in 2004 and became the starter in Week 11 that year. Rodgers was drafted in 2005, but sat behind Brett Favre until 2008, when he became the full-time starter. Manning has yet to miss a game since taking over, Rodgers less than 10.

Because of their durability both QBs have been able to pile up the victories and numbers. So how do their careers stack up against each other? Keep reading below to see some of the important stats, including career wins, touchdowns, interceptions and yards.


Eli Manning Career Wins & Numbers

Career Regular Season Starts: 199

Career Regular Season Win/Loss Record: 108-91

Regular Season Winning Percentage: .543

Career Wins Ranking (Overall, Active Players): 11th overall, 4th active

Career Regular Season Touchdown Passes & Interceptions: 320 TDs, 215 INTs

Career Regular Season Passing Yards: 48,214 yards (8th overall)

Postseason Starts: 11

Postseason Win/Loss Record: 8-3

Postseason Winning Percentage: .727

Other career highlights include:

— 2-time Super Bowl MVP (XLII, XLVI)

— 4-time Pro Bowler (2008, 2011, 2012, 2015)

— Most passing yards in a single postseason (1,219 yards in 2011)

— NFC passing touchdowns co-leader (2015)



Aaron Rodgers Career Wins & Numbers

Career Regular Season Starts: 135

Career Regular Season Win/Loss Record: 90-45

Regular Season Winning Percentage: .667

Career Wins Ranking (Overall, Active Players): 28th overall, 6th active

Career Regular Season Touchdown Passes & Interceptions: 297 TDs, 72 INTs

Career Regular Season Passing Yards: 36,827 yards (23rd overall)

Postseason Starts: 13

Postseason Win/Loss Record: 7-6

Postseason Winning Percentage: .538

Other career highlights include:

— Super Bowl MVP (XLV)

— 2-time Most Valuable Player (2011, 2014)

— 6-time Pro Bowler (2009, 2011, 2012, 2014–2016)

— 2-time First-Team All-Pro (2011, 2014)

— NFL passing touchdowns leader (2016)



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