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If Eli Manning doesn’t break out of his slump and start playing great again, then the Giants have no chance to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Giants Insider: Second half kicks off with BluesUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetThe minute the Giants lost in the ninth game of the season, Tom Coughlin knew the questions would be coming. His teams have a terrible history in the second halves of seasons. Or at least in the second halves of regular seasons.
Eli downturn mystifies Big Blue's deep thinkersUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetEli Manning resisted the word when it first came up on Sunday, and he still refused to use it on Monday. But his performances over the last few weeks have made it obvious he is stuck in a slump.
Raissman: Giants intercepting some negative attention from JetsUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetBy the fourth quarter of CBS’ Steelers-Giants telecast, Eli Manning had received as much sideline face time as, well, Tim Tebow. Only the look on the “elite” quarterback’s face was more Mark Sanchez. Frustration. Disgust. Bewilderment. This definiShare TweetNew York Giants quarterback Eli Manning admits he didn't play well in loss to Pittsburgh Steelers.
Too Early For Concern? Of Course NotUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetIt’s never too early to be concerned about the Giants. It’s never too late, either. Their offense the past two games has been anemic compared to the first seven weeks. They won last week, and you would not get an argument if you called them lucky. Yes
NY Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers give fans a much-needed break from Hurricane SandyUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetAs you watched young Andrew Donadio, decked out in his Steelers garb, excitedly tugging at his father’s pant leg, you realized that for some people misery took a holiday on Sunday - at least for a few hours.Share TweetThree times in the fourth quarter Sunday, Eli Manning and the New York Giants' offense took the field. All three times, they ran three plays and punted. A combined total of negative-9 yards and no first downs in a fourth quarter into which they carried …
Giants-Steelers: How a Slant Became a Key ScoreUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetThe Steelers' comeback victory over the Giants started with an innocent-looking slant pass to the speedy wide receiver Mike Wallace.Share TweetWhen the Packers lost to the Giants in the NFC playoffs last season, linebacker Clay Matthews said that he felt the Packers beat themselves. The Cardinals were on the wrong side of a 31-17 score in Sunday’s game against those same Packers, but they wereSource: profootballtalk.com
Giants-Steelers: Stats & TrendsUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetHere are some of the key statistics and trends following the Giants’ 24-20 defeat to the Steelers: The Giants ended an 8-game winning streak against AFC foes. Since 2006, the G-Men are 16-10 v. the AFC, second only to the Falcons, who are 19-9. The Gian
Week 9 Quick Hits: What Run Game Means to RoethlisbergerUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetPittsburgh's commitment to the run, illustrated in a win over the Giants, has afforded Ben Roethlisberger the luxury of orchestrating perhaps the most balanced attack in the N.F.L.Share TweetSorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I’m afraid that’s all we have for you today….. Efficiency and Vital Stats The Giants only had 13 first downs yesterday and three of those were awarded via penalties. The Steelers had 21 first downs and only on
Giants Find Themselves on Rare End of a 4th Quarter ComebackUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetThe Giants wanted badly to register a victory for the people of the storm-battered NY Metro Area region, but the Pittsburgh Steelers gave them a taste of their own medicine. This time it was the Steelers who overcame a ten point deficit in the fourth qu…
Postgame Reactions From Around the NetUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetFOXSports.com: Jill Arrington, Curtis Conway and Ryan Nece recap Steelers-Giants. From Pro Football Weekly:Share TweetA tough loss yesterday, but there is still plenty of football to be played. It’s only one game, and under the circumstances, we’ll just have to chalk it up to that and move on.
The Revenge of the Steelers' 30-SomethingsUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetIt happens every year: the notion that the aging Steelers are on the road to decline. Guess what? That idea looks wrong again.
Lacking a Steely Resolve: Giants Blow Late Lead as Win Streak Ends at FourUpdated Nov 5, 2012 Share TweetA disappointed Tom Coughlin leaves the field after his Giants uncharacteristically blew a ten-point lead in the fourth quarter last night vs Pittsburgh. (AP Photo) by Jon Wagner / SNYGiants Sr. Columnist Sooner or later, rolling the dice in the fourth q…
NFL32OT: Luck On A RollNov 5Episode 218: Wendi Nix and Tim Hasselbeck discuss whether Andrew Luck can lead his team to the postseason. Steve Young breaks down Tony Romo's struggles. The NFL32 crew discuss the issues the Giants need to address in order to repeat as Super Bowl ch
Concerned About The Giants?Nov 5Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless discuss the level of concern for the Giants following loss to the Steelers.
GameDay: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Giants highlightsNov 5Pittsburgh Steelers RB Isaac Redman rushes for 147 yards and a touchdown that would cap off a 24-20 victory over the New York Giants in Week 9 of NFL action.
Peter King: Behind Pagano appearance, Colts continue Hollywood-worthy seas…Nov 5Current events: This morning, Chuck Pagano checks into an Indianapolis hospital for a second round of leukemia treatment. Tomorrow, we vote. And for a long time -- weeks, months, years -- the New Jersey/New York/Connecticut region battered by Hurricane …
Don Banks: Return of good old Steelers against Giants means trouble for AF…Nov 5EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Thanks to Hurricane Sandy and its trying aftermath, the Pittsburgh Steelers didn't have an extended stay in the New York-New Jersey region on Sunday. But as it turns out, they were here just long enough to recognize themselves m…