What’s Wrong with the New York Giants’ Passing Game?

December 11, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Where have you gone, Eli Manning?
Regardless of whether it’s the offensive line, the receivers, the quarterback himself, or the full moons that have dotted the New York Giants' season, the two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback has clearly not played like the top-shelf quarterback he so famously declared himself to be at the start of the 2011 season.
Gone are the amazing fourth-quarter comebacks—Manning has just one this season, which came against Washington two weeks ago.
That number is a far cry from the seven he posted in 2011 en route to the Giants’ second Super Bowl championship season in his era, and the three he had in 2012.
You want statistics? Brace yourself.
This season, Manning, who after tossing 25 interceptions in 2010 insisted that he was “not a 25-interception quarterback,”  is averaging 1.5 interceptions per game. That puts him on pace to finish dangerously close to 25 giveaways for the season.
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