Vote: Has Eli Manning started his final game for the Giants?

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

After 210 consecutive regular season starts, Eli Manning's streak will come to an end on Sunday when the New York Giants face the Oakland Raiders.

On Tuesday, head coach Ben McAdoo announced that Manning -- who has started every game for the Giants since the middle of the 2004 season -- will be benched and replaced by veteran Geno Smith. Rookie quarterback Davis Webb, a third-round pick, will also see some action over the team's final five games.

"Geno will start this week," McAdoo said in a statement. "Over the last five games, we will take a look at Geno, and we will also give Davis an opportunity."

Do you agree with the Giants' decision to bench Manning? Weigh in on the decision and what it means for the Giants' future at quarterback.

The last time Manning didn't start was Nov. 14, 2004, when Kurt Warner was the signal-caller. Over the next 13 years, Manning would go on to become a four-time Pro Bowl selection and lead the Giants to two Super Bowl victories.

In 11 games this season, the 36-year-old has thrown for 2,411 yards, 14 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.

--Isaac Chipps