Can Eli get to 30 interceptions? Probably.
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Can Eli Manning throw an interception in his only drive of the night? Hopefully!
Eli writes his big bro for some advice on the mean new coach. NO CRAYONS!
Written in crayon on the wind.
Monday Night Football was so undeniably awful that even ESPN on-air personalities were openly bashing it on air.
Despite starting the game with a running back lacking an NFL carry, the Giants opened with a steady opening drive that took more than nine minutes off the clock and featured both a near interception and a near touchdown pass.
Monday Night Football between the Vikings and the Giants hasn't been much watch but it did feature the best sack of the year late in the first half.
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New York made Chicago work a little harder than expected for the win everybody presumed the Bears would get.
After interceptions on their first two drives - one of which was a pick-six - the Giants were still somehow in it at the end of the game in Chicago.
A few drives in, it looks like we were in for an all-time derp-off.
[via] Eli Manning threw another three interceptions on Sunday against the Eagles to give him 12 through five games.
Your Sean Taylor Memorial Meast for Week 2 is Jimmy Graham, who had 10 catches for 179 yards and a touchdown.
Kudos to the NFL for doing a slightly better job than Week 1 of splitting up the amount of games between the early and late game slates.
One of the finer displays of sloppy and maddening play you will see has come to an end and the Cowboys are the victor, though that's only if the goal was to derp less.