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Recently there’s been a debate going around whether or not Eli Manning is Hall of Fame worthy.Before I give my opinion and provide data to support it, let’s look at the facts. Eli Manning entered the NFL in 2004 and has developed into a top-caliber QB for the New York Giants.I will support my claim with comparisons of a couple of former QBs that have had similar careers of Manning and are in the Hall of Fame.This topic has been met with much controversy and debate; as many feel (including me) that many QBs in the Hall of Fame aren’t worthy.Aside from this; let’s break down Eli Manning’s career thus far and project what his final stats might look like.Eli Manning Career Stats: Comp Yards TD INT Rating 58.6 31,527 211 144 82.7 Above are Eli Manning’s current career ...
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On Thursday Giants QB Eli Manning acknowledged concerns about the Giants offense.
“We have to play better,” Manning said. “We have to be better in the red zone and convert on third downs, so there’s some room for improvement.’’-NYPost.com
It might be an understatement that there is room for improvement. In the three preseason games the Giants have played they have been...
Even though it looks like Andre Brown will miss about half of the upcoming regular season, the Giants likely won’t be looking to bring back Brandon Jacobs.
I am told, however, that a Brandon Jacobs reunion "seems very unlikely" at the moment. … But never say never, I guess. #NYG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 30, 2013
It was obvious over the past...
It was 10 years ago that Eli Manning played his final season of college football. A fifth-year senior, Manning and the Rebels began the 2003 campaign with a 24-21 win at Vanderbilt.
In the fourth preseason game of 2013 with less than 60 minutes of exhibition football to play Giants running back Andre Brown has fractured his leg.
While Brown isn't the starter -- that title belongs to David Wilson -- he was an important cog in the New York offense as the bruising third-down and goal-line running back.
But he hurt himself against the Patriots on Thursday...
The New York Giants will be without backup running back Andre Brown for four to six weeks.
Brown was injuried in the Giants preseason finale on Thursday night. Brown was left with a fractured left leg, the same leg he fractured last season.
Rough, early timeframe for Giants RB Andre Brown: 4-6 weeks, per source.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 30, 2013
The New York Giants running game was dealt a significant blow during their fourth preseason game when Andre Brown fractured the same leg that took him out during last season. If he doesn’t go on season ending injured reserve it’s possible the Giants make him their lone candidate for designation to return later in the season. But at the very least, Brown will almost certainly...
Tweet Andre Brown, who was expected to have a large role in the New York Giants offense this season, will reportedly be out four to six weeks after suffering a fracture in his left leg in the Giants’ final preseason game Thursday night: “I can come back from this … in a couple weeks,” Brown said […]
Giants running back Andre Brown, who broke his leg Thursday in an exhibition game against New England, is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with the injury, according to a ProFootballTalk report.Fantasy Spin:Obviously, the injury will help starter David Wilson, who will see a much bigger workload, but apparently it won't be a season-long change, just the half.
New York Giants running back Andre Brown left Thursday night's 28-20 preseason loss the New England Patriots with a fractured left leg, NFL.com's Dan Hanzus reports.
Brown suffered the injury in the second quarter when his leg took a hit from the helmet of a Patriots defender. It was the same leg that Brown fractured in 2012, causing his season to end early, after 10 games...
When Aaron Curry came out of Wake Forest in 2009, many considered him a sure thing. The Seahawks ended up taking the linebacker with the fourth overall pick that year and five years later after being released by the New York Giants that sure thing is set to retire.
Curry announced his retirement from the NFL on Twitter saying…
After a lot of prayer. Consulting with God. The best...
If you think that all punters are just scrawny little former soccer players well…..actually you are probably right for the most part. But that is not the case when it comes to New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford. Weatherford posted the following picture on his Instagram account a few days ago:
It would appear that Weatherford spends just as much time in the weight room...
Former Giants LB Aaron Curry has announced his retirement via his Twitter page:
Curry was thought to be a sure thing coming out of Wake Forest back in 2009 when the Seahawks made him the 4th pick in the draft. Curry never lived up to the hype though in Seattle and was traded to Oakland where he struggled with injuries.
Good luck to him in his life post football.
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle is ignoring the NFL experts and maintaining focus on building chemistry with his teammates and coaches. Find out what Rolle had to say about his expectations for the Giants' defense and whether or not he thinks Big Blue's a Super Bowl caliber team.
New York Giants backup running back Andre Brown has broken his
left leg for the second straight year.