Jerry Rice says there’s no debate in his mind … Eli Manning doesn’t belong in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
“When I’m judging a player, I’m looking what he brings to the table. And what I see with Eli Manning, there’s not consistency.”
The NFL’s best-ever WR simply doesn’t think Manning’s good enough — especially when compared to a true HOF quarterback like Drew Brees.
“I would think that Drew Brees is going to be a shoo-in,” Rice said on the “Joe, Lo & Dibs” show on 95.7 The Game earlier this week.
“Eli? There’s a chance of him getting in, but I’m not going to say he’s a true Hall of Famer.”
Of course, the debate has REALLY heated up over the last two years — given how terrible Eli has looked at the end of an up-and-down career.
On one hand … dude does have two Super Bowl rings on his resume — but on the other … he’s thrown 234 career picks and owns just a 113-110 all-time win-loss record.
Some say the 2 ‘ships trump everything … but not Jerry.
“I don’t see Eli as a Hall of Famer. Drew Brees, I do.”