New York Giants QB Eli Manning certainly appeared well rested.
His arm did need a nice rest; he didn't think so at first, but if last night's rout of the Green Bay Packers is any indication, it was just what he needed.
Manning was 16-of-30 passing for 249 yards and three touchdowns. "I never thought my arm was tired, never felt like it," Manning said, via ESPN.
"After a week off, you come back to practice, it felt good, alive, balls coming out with a little pop on it."
Ahmad Bradshaw looks to be healthy as well, although his foot issue has slowed him a little, with a combined 119 yards and a TD.
Sunday night's win did come at a cost though, with RB Andre Brown breaking his leg. "It will be a tough loss, he is an important player," Eli said.
“I feel bad for Andre. He’s my little brother. It was heartbreaking just to see him so down,” Bradshaw said. “It’s a hard time for him but hopefully he can come back and maybe catch us in the playoffs.”
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