The Mannings are an American family who have gained fame via numerous family members playing American football (specifically the position of quarterback) and are considered to be a dynasty within the sport. Archie Manning from Mississippi was the first Manning to play in the National Football League (NFL), spending the majority of his career playing for the New Orleans Saints based in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Manning family has since resided in Louisiana.[1][2]

Archie Manning and his son Peyton

Three members of the Manning Family–Archie, Peyton, and Eli–have had successful collegiate and professional football careers playing collegiately in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), specifically in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and professionally in the National Football League (NFL). The Mannings' football awards include two College Football Hall of Fame inductions, three SEC player of the year awards, 20 cumulative Pro Bowl selections, seven first-team All-Pro selections, five NFL MVP awards, six Super Bowl appearances, four Super Bowl victories, three Super Bowl MVP awards, five ESPY Awards, and one Pro Football Hall of Fame induction. Two members went on into the field of sports broadcasting after their retirement from football and have two Sports Emmy Awards.[3][4]

History edit

First generation edit

Second generation edit

Archie's three sons have played football to varying degrees:

Eli Manning standing directly behind the Lombardi Trophy, making a speech at the rally celebrating the Giants win in Super Bowl XLII. Combined, Eli and older brother Peyton have won four Super Bowls (two each).

Third generation edit

Manning family tree edit

Archie (born 1949)
    • Cooper (born 1974)
      • May (born 2002)
      • Arch (born 2005)
      • Heid (born 2006)
    • Peyton (born 1976)
      • Marshall (born 2011)
      • Mosley (born 2011)
    • Eli (born 1981)
      • Ava (born 2011)
      • Lucy (born 2013)
      • Caroline (born 2015)
      • Charles (born 2019)

References edit

  1. ^ All eyes on Arch Manning to extend family's QB dynasty - (Sports Illustrated)
  2. ^ The Manning football dynasty is on hiatus – but it isn't canceled -
  3. ^ Sports Emmy Awards - The
  4. ^ 44th Annual Sports Emmy Awards - The
  5. ^ "Archie Manning Stats Summary |". Retrieved October 19, 2020.
  6. ^ "The other Manning brother lives a life without regret -". Retrieved October 19, 2020.
  7. ^ "Peyton Manning Stats Summary |". Retrieved October 19, 2020.
  8. ^ "Eli Manning Stats Summary |". Retrieved October 19, 2020.
  9. ^ "Arch Manning - Texas Longhorns Quarterback". ESPN. Retrieved October 9, 2023.