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Bill Pennington, The New York Times
“Flawed teams find ways to lose, and by now the Giants must recognize the pattern. Interceptions, fumbles, penalties, blown coverages, even poor coaching decisions — this year’s Giants are dexterous and resourceful architects of defeat. It makes it difficult to point to what makes the 2013 Giants so imperfect and unsound. But one thing is certain: The Giants do some things right every week. Then, when the game is on the line in the second half, almost everything they do is wrong.” –
Kurt Warner, NFL Network
John Clayton, ESPN.com
“Giants QB Eli Manning was matter-of-fact after Sunday's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. He threw three more interceptions to bring his season's total to 12. His completion percentage dropped to 53.8. As a team, the Giants were awful. Manning said the team is just making too many mistakes. That's an understatement. Now, RB
Jim Corbett, USA TODAY Sports
Sally Jenkins, The Washington Post
“Manning, normally the classiest quarterback in the division, has now thrown 12 interceptions in five games. And the Giants and the Eagles are two of the absolute worst defenses in the NFL: the Giants had allowed a league-high 146 points coming in, and the Eagles were just a spot behind them, ranked 31st. The Giants gave up points to the Eagles on five out of six drives at one point in the first half.”