Eli Manning talked about coming back to the facility on Monday.
"I'm looking at my decision-making and fundamentals. So I think everybody got a great study from this week's tape, and we'll come back and have a great week of practice."Manning was then asked what he can do to help the offensive line.
"Whoever is in there, we have veteran guys, we have guys who've been here -- they'll step up and they'll play great. I have no doubt about that."Michael Boley was asked what went wrong against the Seahawks.
"It's always the same thing. It's nothing major that we do that hurts us. It's always the smaller things. If one person is not on the same page as everybody else, that creates creases and gaps."Boley was then asked about the defense giving up big run plays.
"That is a problem. As I said, it's not what they do, it's what we do. We keep hurting ourselves."Rocky Bernard echoed Boley's comments.
"You can always do better. It's just the little things that we can clean up that are really just hurting us. It's nothing that we can't do, that can't be fixed. It's not like we don't have the talent on our defense to stop them."Bernardwas asked if there is a sense of urgency coming off the loss.
"Anytime you lose a game, there's going to be a sense of urgency. I think the good thing about it, as us amongst the players, we feel the sense and it's something that we all came together and talked about."Kareem McKenzie spoke about the offense.
"Every game is winnable, but it's very difficult to win. And if you don't convert on third downs and you turn the ball over, you don't give yourself a chance to score points."McKenziewas asked to assess the problems on first down. "Obviously we would have fixed it before now, before something like this happened. It's something where we have to go ahead and focus, pay more attention to some minor details here and there and make sure that when we go out on the field and get our run on first down, we make it work."