During the offseason, I tend to get bored and look at things like career stats and accomplishments for various players nearing retirement. When looking at Eli's stats, I noticed that he is only 2 wins above .500 for his career. So, I was wondering what the odds were that Eli might fall below .500 for his career before retiring. I find it interesting to think of various prop bets for things like this. So, I thought I would ask everyone else what they thought. If you had to bet that Eli would finish with a lifetime regular season winning record, loosing record, or.500 record... Which would you bet on. The fact that Jones could take over for him this year is a variable that makes it more interesting to me. For example, if Eli lost the job to him, or was injured this preseason, Eli would likely finish with a winning record. Also, you kind of have to guess how many losses it would take before Eli would be replaced, if the Giants end up with a lost season. If The Giants and Eli duplicate last season, he would fall below .500. Looking at the beginning of this season, the opener against Dallas may be key. If he wins, that will put him 3 games above .500 (with Buffalo and Tampa coming up next for him). I think that would give him enough leeway to finish above .500, even if he is replaced later in the season. I realize this is kind of an obscure question, but what do people think? Above, below, or at.500 for his career (assuming this is his final season)?