Found November 26, 2011 on In Reese We Trust:
Giants still control fate in the NFC East, but their recent play gives no one confidence they can win the divisionN.Y. POST: CHARLES WENZELBERGWHAT DID I DO? Giants quarterback Eli Manning looks distressed as he yanks off his helmet after a bad play in last week’s loss to the Eagles, a defeat that has left Big Blue’s season on the brink of destruction.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 11/26/11

Giants need to stop depending on Manning magic

The second-half collapses that have marred recent Giants seasons can be avoided this year with better first halves of games. YES Network analyst and former Giants tight end Howard Cross said the team has become too dependent on quarterback Eli Manning’s ability to rally them late in games. Manning...

Monday Night Countdown: Cutting the Giants Down to Size

Back in the fall of 2009, there was a lot of hype about Eli Manning arriving in his hometown as the hot shot quarterback of a “big city team”, to take on his those lovable losers on a fluke winning streak, a.k.a. The New Orleans Saints. On that fabulous October Sunday, with Drew Brees doing the job that Eli’s daddy used to have, the Saints opened up a 48-29 can of whip ass...

Business as usual for Eli Eli Manning knows he has to play well on MNF as the Giants will have a tough challengeBy Michael Eisen - 11/25/11

Saints Nation: 5 Things to Watch for in Today's Game vs. Giants

GAMEDAY !!! It is finally here after watching subpar football the last two Sundays, the Saints return to action on the national stage against the New York Giants. Should be a great game as you will probably hear how this is a homecoming for Eli Manning a hundred times in this broadcast, hopefully the Saints are bad host tonight and give the Giants their third straight loss. ...

MONDAY NIGHT: New York needs to pressure Saints

NEW ORLEANS -- Whether a two-game skid and a tough upcoming schedule could combine to spell doom for the New York Giants is a question Eli Manning sees little point in addressing right now. "It's not about who our next opponent is or what the standings are in the division," Manning said as the Giants (6-4) prepared for their matchup with the Saints (7-3) in New Orleans tonight.

Eagles finally showed a nasty side against Giants

PHILADELPHIA -- There was nothing particularly admirable about Trevor Laws' late hit on Eli Manning. There was...

Fined feathered friends

Eagles defensive tackle Trevor Laws was fined $7,500 for unnecessary roughness when he drilled Eli Manning after an interception on Sunday, a play the NFL called “late and away from the play.” The NFL also fined DeSean Jackson $10,000 for taunting the Giants’ sideline and flipping the ball at defensive coordinator Perry Fewell after a long reception.

Ten Reasons for Giant Fans to Be Thankful

by Jon Wagner After seeing the Giants (similar to past years under Tom Coughlin) finish the first half of the 2011 season at 6-2, with a two-game lead, before subsequently starting the second half with a pair of losses and falling into a first-place tie in the NFC East with Dallas, it’s understandable why Big Blue fans would focus on the negative right now. However, since Thanksgiving...

Giants/Saints: Five things to watch

It doesn’t get more raucous and rowdy than having to go on the road to play at New Orleans in front of their rabid fanbase. But that’s exactly what the Giants (6-4) have to do as they travel to the “Big Easy” for a prime-time Monday night showdown with the always prolific New Orleans Saints (7-3). With the Giants coming off two straight losses-with the loss to the Eagles...
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