After delivering so many times with late comebacks and big performances, Eli Manning and the Giants couldn’t provide a happy ending for the storm-ravaged fans who came to see them against the Steelers.
The Steelers shocked the Giants by rallying for a 24-20 victory at MetLife Stadium.
Eli and Big Ben have two Super Bowl rings apiece and share admiration for one another as they enhance the luster of their draft class when they face each other on Sunday.
It’s nearly impossible to kneel at my gridiron altar without breaking the agreement I have with WFAN: keep it local. But now it’s time to rip the muzzle.
The best QB’s of the 2004 draft — Eli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger meet on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
The Giants have to do a better job of defending the pass, or they will have a much more difficult time in the second half of the regular season than they did in the first.
Mark Sanchez has many years left in the league, but he has this year to prove that his first two years were more representative than the last two. Another 8-8 season could cement his fate as a second or third-tier quarterback.
Darrelle Revis’ status is uncertain for the Jets’ meeting with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Mark Sanchez struggled against the mighty Steelers defense.
Just as quickly as they emerged after a dreadful preseason, Mark Sanchez and the short-lived high-powered New York Jets offense were jarringly knocked back to reality.
This week in Pittsburgh I expect the Jets to play well, but there’s no way that the Gang Green offense can duplicate what they did this past week. The Steelers’ defense will give them trouble.
Has Tim Tebow’s presence motivated Mark Sanchez to new heights?
Now that the Jets have shown their new identity on tape, the Steelers better be familiar with the cliché regarding those who fool.
After missing the entire 2011 season, Peyton Manning did not miss a beat in his Broncos’ debut.
Every year we know that the seasons will change and football pundits will punt past their coverage. They frown over their notes, making Super Bowl predictions as colorful as the rainbow foliage surrounding most NFL stadiums in October.