It’s been a rough month for Eli Manning.
Other than his rookie season in 2004, it’s probably been the toughest three-week stretch of the Giants’ quarterback career.
Still, with the media jumping all over Manning’s back, the New York Giants struggles, on both sides of the ball, shouldn’t be shouldered to the two-time super bowl MVP.
Instead, the bulk of the Giants bad plays and mental mistakes should be handed out elsewhere. Manning has done what any quarterback has done, but he needs his teammates to make plays around him.
Has Manning made mistakes? Certainly. Has he fallen off, considering his expectations from what he has done over recent years?… Read more