Eli Manning was hoping to send the Giants to their third straight late comeback — and fourth win in a row. Instead, Pete Carroll and his team of relative unknowns found a way to make plays when it counted.
After taking a full day to become emotionally stable following the second game in a row that looks like it will kick off the annual second-half collapse for the Giants, I am ready to look back at the debacle.
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck did his best to avoid talking about the Seattle Seahawks having to start Charlie Whitehurst at quarterback for the injured Matt Hasselbeck.
Talk about a role-reversal. For the first time in recent memory, the Giants (5-2) are going into a game well-rested and with a very short injury report while their opponent’s list of injuries could fill up a phone directory.
Seattle Seahawks kick returner Leon Washington joined Joe & Evan Friday to preview Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.
If the New York Giants are going to add to their knockout list of quarterbacks, it won’t be Seattle’s Matt Hasselbeck.