Found October 02, 2012 on
New York Giants
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
It has not been quite the start to the 2012 NFL season the defending Super Bowl champions may have hoped for, but the New York Giants are still just one game back in the NFC East through the first quarter of the season. With a 2-2 record, it has been an up and down start for Eli Manning and the Giants as they look to successfully defend their championship.
If that is to happen, a few things will need to change for New York.
Manning is not necessarily the problem, but the Giants are once again showing just how injury prone they seem to be on both sides of the ball. Between defensive backs who simply cannot stay healthy and running backs and wide receivers who are in and out of the lineup, the Giants never seem to have their full arsenal of weapons on offense or defense. This season has been no different through the first four games.
The Giants are 2-2, so things could be worse. In fact, aside from a blowout victory over the Carolina Panthers, the Giants have played in three close gam...
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“Poor Eli Manning” is a compilation of quotes by both the media and fans about New York Giants quarterback and Super Bowl XLII & XLVI MVP Eli Manning.
Despite his success, negativity and doubt have followed Peyton’s younger brother since the moment he was traded from the San Diego Chargers to the New York Giants on draft day of 2004. Regardless of what he does or how well...
New York quarterback Eli Manning had a so-so game in Week 4. He passed for 309 yards and two touchdowns but also threw 19 incompletions and an interception.Fantasy Spin:Manning's favorite receiver on Sunday was Victor Cruz, who he targeted 13 times. The two-time Super Bowl MVP put his team in a position to win on the final drive but Lawrence Tynes' 54-yard field goal attempt...
Eli Manning is sad.
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Defense dominated early and the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles were scoreless after the first quarter on Sunday night.
Eli Manning completed just 4 of 11 passes for 35 yards. Michael Vick had a better start, going 5 for 9 for 72 yards.
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