By Tyler Henry
The New York Giants lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, 34-13, on Thursday night, logging another embarrassing performance on national television. At some point, the networks are going to figure out that this group is not ready for primetime and stop scheduling them.
Until then, the rest of the world will get to see up close how pitiful the Giants’ currently are and that this team hasn’t improved one iota over last year’s franchise-worst bunch that finished 3-13.
This week’s report card isn’t all bad, but it contains some stinging criticisms that Giants fans may or may not like.
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Quarterback: It was a brutal start for Big Blue when Eli Manning threw an interception on the second offensive play of the game. Although Manning didn’t throw another pick after that, the offense once again seemed incompetent. The Giants followed up their offensive explosion with a very sub-par effort against an Eagles team that struggles against the pass. Grade:...