Eli Manning can take it. And he said he thinks too many people have gotten just a bit too soft when it comes to dealing with criticism. So, anyone wondering what Manning thinks about coach Ben McAdoo pointing out a few mistakes made by the 36-year old quarterback, well Eli isn’t sweating it. “That’s part of being in the NFL, you can’t be sensitive,’’ Manning said Wednesday. “I think everybody has gotten very sensitive, players and everybody.
Ben McAdoo is absolutely correct about this:“A lot of people are counting us out, and so be it,’’ the Giants coach said Wednesday. His team is 0-2, and his offense has scored fewer points and run for fewer yards than any team in the NFL. Confidence in him, and his ability to yank his team out of its offensive malaise, is at an all-time low. Yes, indeed, people are counting the Giants out, doubt which McAdoo is sure to use on his battered team this week. “It’s good to have an edge,’’ he said.
Two weeks ago, it seemed as if the Giants were primed for big things in 2017. They were the trendy pick to win the NFC East and considered, along with the Cowboys, one of the top two teams in their division. Two weeks into the season, the Giants are not in turmoil, but they are in trouble. Their defense has allowed just three touchdowns through two games and yet the Giants are 0-2, winless because their offense has been somewhere between dismal and pathetic.
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