Eli Manning has had good rapport with receivers throughout his distinguished career, but the Giants’ quarterback and rookie Odell Beckham Jr. are taking things to an entirely different level.
Every game matters. That’s the message Eli Manning sent Monday to all of his Giants teammates and the legions of fans that are frustrated by a third consecutive season without a playoff berth.
How does one explain the Giants blowing a 21-0 lead before losing to a team that had just one win in its first 11 games? Eli Manning tried on Monday during his weekly spot with WFAN’s Mike Francesa.
While Odell Beckham Jr. was the talk of the sports world on Monday due to jaw-dropping catch on Sunday night, the Giants still lost the game and are now in the throes of a six-game losing streak, their second such streak in two seasons.
Co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch and general manager Jerry Reese have not given any indication about Coughlin’s future with the organization.
Just when it looked like Eli Manning had gotten over his struggles with interceptions, the veteran quarterback threw five on Sunday, torpedoing any chance the Giants had to beat the San Francisco 49ers.
Seriously, who could have imagined it’d turn out to be a total disaster?!
The Giants have looked over-matched over the last month, but Eli Manning says that’s just an excuse.
Ahhh, yet another example of the power and reach of one Alex Rodriguez.
Mike Francesa says he’s not “insulted” by Alex Rodriguez allegedly pulling a Pinocchio act on his show nearly one year ago.
The great effort that was needed to beat the Indianapolis Colts (6-3) never emerged. The Giants (3-5) are reeling again and the prospects for rebounding are not promising.
In this classic clip (animated for your pleasure), Mike Francesa tells us why exactly he doesn’t like the “Sunday Night Football” theme song — aka the stupidest song that ever was created.
Jets general manager John Idzik’s press conference aired during Mike Francesa’s show on WFAN on Monday afternoon, and the host was not at all impressed with the GM’s performance.
Reese wants the offense and defense to be more aggressive in the final nine games, and feels the NFC East will tighten up before the season ends. The Giants will be in that race, he said.
“Right now, I’d say it’s 50-50. I’m still deciding if the smart thing is to go ahead and get it fixed and get ready for next season.”