QB Eli Manning is going through some tough times this season. He is not getting much help from his offensive line, taking more sacks and hits than he is accustomed to. His running game has been dormant and he and his receivers have been on different pages all too often.
After throwing four TDs in Dallas in Week One, Eli has only five in in the last five games. His 15 INTs lead the league, although on further examination, he is not to blame for many of them. His 64.0 passer rating is the lowest of any QB who has 100 attempts or more.
But….there could be a light at the end of the tunnel. This week the Giants face the Vikings, the 31st-rated defense in the league (29th passing, 17th rushing) who are surrendering over 31 points and 418 yards per game.
LoudMouths Adam Schein and Chris Carlin discuss what their expectation for Eli Manning in the Giants’ Monday night game against the Vikings.