Found December 14, 2011 on
NBC New York:
It has been almost 72 hours since Eli Manning led the Giants to victory in Dallas and it is hard to stop watching highlights of the performance.
Manning was so good that each time you dial up the video you find something else to enjoy about the performance. There's the way he delivers nearly every pass right on target, even when he's forced to throw off his back foot by a Cowboys rush that regularly overwhelmed the left side of the offensive line.
There's the way he consistently dropped balls into the perfect spot despite the Cowboys coverage being well planned and well executed and there's the way he kept his cool while his receivers were dropping wide open passes that Manning put right on his hands.
The Giants would not have won this game without an otherworldly performance from Manning and that's exactly what he gave them.
We shouldn't be too surprised by that at this point in the season. If it wasn't for Manning, the only bit of intrigue about the r...
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http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/12/giants-cowboys_eli_manning_co.htmlAndrew Mills/The Star-LedgerNew York Giants storm onto the field after the defense blocks a game-tying field goal attempt by Dallas Cowboys at the end of the game as the New York Giants post a 37-34 comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys. (12/12/11) Andrew Mills/The Star-LedgerBy Start Ledger Staff - 12/13/11
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Redskins defensive tackle Barry Cofield said plenty of good things about the Giants offense. But he couldn’t help throwing a little jab at his old quarterback. The former Giant lauded his old club for having a “top-five offense,” and he celebrated Eli Manning.
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Rob Ryan's defense has many questions to answer after allowing Eli Manning to torch them again.
One more day to gloat and dissect Sunday’s game. Some reactions:
“It’s just all confidence,” said WR Hakeem Nicks about his team. “Not one man in that huddle was lacking confidence. We knew what we were capable of doing. We’ve done it time after time this season. It was just a matter of getting it done. That’s what we did. We kept on believing in each other. Eli kept...