Whether a two-game skid and a tough upcoming schedule could combine to spell doom for the New York Giants is a question Eli Manning sees little point in addressing right now.
Since taking over as the full-time starter for the New York Giants in 2005, quarterback Eli Manning has squared off with a defensive-coached Gregg Williams team seven times. In those seven games, the Giants are 4-3, but Manning has been anything but impressive.
The Giants defense isn’t particularly the scariest, ranking 21st overall in the league, 18th against the pass, and 21st against the run. But they do one thing well — rush the passer — as they are currently tied for second in the NFL with 31 total sacks.
Running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), defensive back Derrick Martin (hamstring) and linebacker Michael Boley (hamstring) did not practice for the third straight day Saturday. Bradshaw and Martin were ruled out, while Boley is listed as doubtful. The Saints listed linebacker Jonathan Vilma as questionable after he sat out practice on Saturday
Since debuting this article midway through the season, our good friend Warren Sharp from the website Sharp Football Analysis.com has posted a 9-6 record with his over/under selections and he’s been kind enough to offer up his insight in regards to three more games on the Week 12 schedule.