Found December 07, 2011 on
NY Daily News:
When Eli Manning put his signature on the wall of the visiting locker room in Cowboys Stadium two years ago, it may have offended the tenants, but it was also somehow fitting.
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Week 14 in the NFL will see the New York Giants and Eli Manning attempt to end their four game losing streak and regain NFC East supremacy as they take on the Dallas Cowboys. Then in a must win game, Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals play host to T.J. Yates and the Houston Texans. And finally in a South Beach showdown the Philadelphia Eagles will take on the surging Miami...
The Giants are notorious for starting quick and sliding towards the end of the season. 4 weeks ago, the Giants were a stellar 6-2, and they were widely considered one of the best teams in the league. With Eli Manning's elite level play, they were fighting for the 2 seed in the NFC playoff picture with the San Francisco 49ers.
4 weeks and 4 losses later, they're clinging...
Theres a lot to be said for being a good dad.
An awful lot, really.
But theres also a lot to be said for a good dad not trying to run a team fromafar. Unfortunately, this is what happened this week with the Mannings, theNFLs first family, a group that evidently feels it can control a team on thefield and off. The Indianapolis Colts and their esteemed leadership (ever hearof a guy...
Also, Dallas' DeMarcus Ware is limited in practice today
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Joe FOver the years we’ve seen the rivalry of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning and all the arguments to go with it. Since the injury to Peyton his little brother Eli [...]Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists
As the season goes on, the “Is Eli Elite?” argument has been losing steam. At this point of the season, Giant fans could care less if Eli was elite or not. They just want him to go on an eight-game winning streak.
Steve Serby of the Post decided to give the argument more buoyancy today in his column comparing the Giants Eli Manning to Cowboys QB Tony Romo…
Tony Romo? Good...
In what will be a weekly occurence, we'll give suggestions on who to start in your fantasy league, and who to sit on the bench. We'll try to avoid stating the obvious, like "start Tom Brady" and dig a little deeper for some less obvious choices. Enough with the introduction, let's get started...
Stud of the Week: Eli Manning, QB, NYG — For the second...
Giants Overall Rushing Passing
Offense 11th 82.3 (32nd) 291.5 (4th)
Defense 28th 130.5 (24th) 251.2 (26th)
Dallas Overall Rushing Passing
Offense 6th 118.5 (13th) 271.6 (7th)
Defense 12th 100.3 (10th) 230.7 (15th)
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/tom-coughlin-ny-giants-target-playoffs-4-game-losing-streak-article-1.987358?localLinksEnabled=falseRobert Sabo/New York Daily NewsEli Manning and Giants are down but not out as they begin their charge toward the playoffs on Sunday in Dallas.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 12/6/11