Giants’ Eli Manning Doesn’t Think He’s Playing Poorly
(NEW YORK) -- The New York Giants have yet to win a game this season and even though he's racking up the turnovers, quarterback Eli Manning doesn't think he's playing poorly so far.
"I think I'm seeing the defenses well. I think I'm throwing the ball accurately. So I feel like I'm in sync, my fundamentals are good, everything's kind of in place," Manning said. "It's just a matter of getting in some bad predicaments and not catching many breaks and just getting in some tough spots."
After losing to the Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday, the Giants fell to 0-5, and the playoffs are becoming less and less of a reality.
This is the Giants worst start to a season under head coach Tom Coughlin.
The team ranks 10th in the NFL in passing, but dead last in running the ball. Overall, they have the 17th ranked offense, but the 28th ranked defense.
To make matters worse, the Giants have turned the ball over more than any other team in the NFL with 20. No other team has more than 12.
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