Eli Manning Speaks About His Time With Giants, Future

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By WFAN.com

The future is an unknown for the future of the Giants at the quarterback position. Both the organization and Eli Manning don't know the direction they are headed just yet, days after the 5-11 season came to an end. 

The longtime Giants QB joined WFAN's Mike Francesa Wednesday for his final weekly spot of the season. Manning opened up about his conversation with GM Dave Gettleman Wednesday. 

"Let's just have an open conversation through this process," Manning told Francesa. "I'll be totally honest to them on what I'm thinking or what's going on or what I can or can't handle and vice versa. I'd just expect that from them. We got to figure out what's going to happen going forward. I appreciate Mr. Gettleman and Coach Shurmur and have a great relationship with all of them and want to continue that. Let's just be honest through this whole situation to figure out what's best for the Giants going forward."

What does the future hold exactly for Manning?  

"We gotta see. We haven't won enough games lately. Last year was tough. The start of the year was tough. Losing games, it's hard to swallow," Manning said. "The second half we played better. It felt good to win again. It felt good to play good football again. Everybody will be soul searching to figure out the best thing going forward to win more football games." 

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