8. Eli Manning – New York Giants
A majority of his value comes from the fact that Odell Beckham Jr. is one of the most explosive wideouts in the game. However, with a sub-par running game, Manning is the primary beneficiary of the Giants’ overreliance on the passing game. The 2-time Super Bowl champion went for 4,436 yards and 35 touchdowns last year, and could improve on that with the return of Victor Cruz and the addition of rookie Sterling Shepard.