Eli Manning Injury: 10 Hardest and Bloodiest Hits of the Past Decade

August 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Monday night, the New Meadowlands Stadium opened its doors to its two NFL tenants, the New York Giants and New York Jets. Unfortunately for Eli Manning, he received a rude welcoming to the $1.7 billion monstrosity.
A laceration on his forehead spewed blood all over the turf and his uniform. Manning was deemed OK by the Giants medical staff, but did not return to the game. The Giants would go on to win 31-16, much to the chagrin of Jets head coach Rex Ryan. 
The NFL is known for its jarring hits that concuss quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and anyone else who dares to go head-to-head with the elite defenders. On some rare occasions, the offense gets into the fray with devilish hits. 
We're going to take a look at the hardest and bloodiest hits since 2000 and, trust me, there have been plenty. Enough blood has been shed on fields since 2000 that the league could open a blood drive for the American Red Cross. Enough heads ...

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