From Plaxico Burress-Amani Toomer to Victor Cruz-Hakeem Nicks to Odell Beckham-Sterling Shepard, the Giants’ receiver pairings kept changing over the last 16 years.
But the quarterback almost never did.
Eli Manning is retiring with 366 career touchdown passes — seventh-most in NFL history — thrown to 58 different receivers, including 19 one-and-dones. The first went to Jeremy Shockey and the last went to Darius Slayton.
Here is a closer breakdown of every Manning touchdown pass:
REGULAR SEASON (366)
1: Jerell Adams, Bennie Fowler, Wayne Gallman, Henry Hynoski, TJ Jones, Cody Latimer, Louis Murphy, Bear Pascoe, Marcellus Rivers, Adrien Robinson, Da’rell Scott, Hunter Sharp, Russell Shepard, Visanthe Schiancoe, Scott Simonson, Golden Tate, Derrick Ward, David Wilson, Corey Washington
2: Tim Carter, Derek Hagan, Madison Hedgecock, Rashad Jennings, Jerrell Jernigan, Darcy Johnson, Sinorice Moss, Preston Parker
3: Tiki Barber, Saquon Barkley, Travis Beckum, Ahmad Bradshaw, Rhett Ellison, Darius Slayton, Tavarres King
4: Jake Ballard, Daniel Fells, Brandon Jacobs, Roger Lewis, Brandon Myers, Will Tye, David Tyree, Shane Vereen
5: Martellus Bennett, Dwayne Harris, Domenik Hixon
9: Larry Donnell, Evan Engram
11: Steve Smith
14: Sterling Shepard
17: Amani Toomer
18: Kevin Boss, Mario Manningham
19: Jeremy Shockey
20: Rueben Randle
25: Victor Cruz
26: Hakeem Nicks
33: Plaxico Burress
44: Odell Beckham
3: Burress, Manningham, Toomer
1: Cruz, King, Jacobs, Pascoe, Tyree
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