Eli Manning On WFAN: Offense Made Progress, But Missed Opportunities In Week 3

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Giants quarterback Eli Manning saw improvement from his team on Sunday, but acknowledged that there was still a lot of work to be done.

The Giants dropped to 0-3 on the season following a last second, 27-24 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

“There was a lot of good things. I liked the fight of the team, and obviously just didn’t quite have enough to win the game,” he said.

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Manning told WFAN’s Mike Francesa that missed opportunities at the end of the first half, and in the third quarter wound up hurting the team later on.

Faced with a skilled Eagles defensive line, the Giants relied on quick releases and an increased tempo to move the football.

“We knew they were a talented front four…We wanted to tire out their defensive front, play fast, get them where they’re not set and they gotta communicate so we could slow down their pass rush a little bit,” he said.

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Darren Sproles of the Philadelphia Eagles carries the ball as Olivier Vernon of the New York Giants defends on September 24, 2017 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Manning was not sacked at all in the effort after spending some time on the ground in the first two weeks. For all of the Giants’ offensive struggles in their first two outings, they managed 24 points inside of a single quarter against the Eagles.

“We have the capabilities of scoring. Most of the day we moved the ball well. Obviously had two drives where you’re right there inside the 20 yard line and you get no points,” he said.

It’s those drives where the Giants left potential points on the board where Manning said the team needs to improve.

“Had a couple of very manageable third downs that we didn’t convert. Those can be the difference between wins and losses,” he said.

While Manning had more success throwing the ball, the running game remained stagnant — something the Giants’ quarterback called a function of Philly’s defensive scheme.

“They had seven guys in the box or a safety down most of the day which makes it tough to run. You’re gonna have one guy unblocked, or you’re gonna have an extra receiver in there to block. It’s gonna make it tough, but it’s gonna give you the passing game,” he said.

The Giants began the season with post-season expectations, they’ll face an uphill climb after starting the year 0-3.

“The guys were obviously disappointed yesterday, just because we felt we had opportunities to win the game,” he said. “We’ve gotta play better team football, and yesterday we just didn’t do it.”

Manning and Francesa also discussed using a quick release to help the offensive line, cutting down on mistakes as the Giants were hit with a celebration penalty for the second straight week, digging out of a tough hole with a challenging schedule, and preparing for Tampa.

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Consciousness sparked in man after 15 years in vegetative state

Electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve resulted in a man

After 15 years in a vegetative state with no signs of consciousness a man is now showing minimal signs of “waking” following the implantation of an experimental nerve stimulation device into his chest.

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Kim Kardashian Will Be A No-Show At Paris Fashion Week One Year After Robbery

It won’t be the same without her.

According to US Weekly, Kim Kardashian is NOT attending Paris Fashion Week nearly a year after her robbery.

Related: Kim Covers Her Curves

On October 3, 2016, the KUWTK star was held at gunpoint inside of her Paris residence where the criminals walked away with more than $10 million worth of jewelry.

Reportedly, Kendall Jenner will also not make an appearance, though Kourtney Kardashian will.

In January 2017, several suspects were arrested, and ten people were charged in connection to the crime.

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Reebok’s Iconic Workout Gets a Clean Ultraknit Makeover

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Brand: Reebok

Model: Workout Clean Ultraknit

Key Features: Ultraknit construction, classic coloring nods to OG style, EVA midsole, rubber outsole patterned for traction and branding across the sidewall.

Release Date: Available Now

Price: $125 USD

Buy: Reebok

Editor’s Notes: Reebok’s iconic Workout silhouette is updated with modern flair with the debut of the Workout Clean Ultraknit.

A notable classic since the 1980s, Reebok also enlisted renowned Tokyo-illustrator Rimo to create the launch campaign artwork of the revised Workout silhouette, which highlights both the cultural and style legacy of the model.

Previously, Packer flipped the Reebok Workout Lo Plus in “Reverse Gum.”

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Pharrell Spotted in Amazing N*E*R*D x Human Made Jacket

adidas and BBC may not be the only brands Pharrell is working with these, as the legendary musician and style icon was spotted over the weekend at the Global Citizen Festival wearing an absolutely amazing N*E*R*D Human Made jacket.

The bright yellow outerwear is highlighted by the graphic detail on the back, depicting the famed musical collective. Human Made branding then appears over-top, while the front bears additional tagging on each chest.

SEC Chairman Says Agency Didn’t Do Enough to Size Up 2016 Hack

The chairman of the SEC is expected to say that his agency may have mishandled a breach of its system for disclosing market-moving news and promise to intensify how it defends itself against hackers. All images and written content is property of the listed RSS FEED if you would like more on this story and images please click the listed feed. http://www.wsj.com/xml/rss/3_7014.xml

Senator Bill Cassidy Filmed YAWNING As Disabled Protesters Are Forcibly Removed From Hearing On GOP ‘Health Care’ Bill!

Calling Lindsay Graham and Bill Cassidy‘s effort a “health care bill” is like referring to that dentist who shot Cecil the Lion as an “animal rights activist.”

Sure, he was “active” in the realm of “animal rights” but mostly in removing all of them through murder. So it’s really a misnomer.

Video: Jimmy Kimmel SOUNDS OFF On Graham-Cassidy For A THIRD Time!

Monday’s Senate hearing on the removal-of-health-care-in-favor-of-tax-cuts bill (not succinct but at least accurate) was interrupted by protesters from ADAPT, a grassroots disability rights organization with a simple message about health care:


Well, the Senate had one thing to say to their interruptions today: NOPE!

Watch as Senator Orrin Hatch has them forcibly removed from the proceedings:

So sad. But our sadness quickly turned to anger when we saw this; in one vid, you can even see bill co-author Cassidy YAWNING as people are dragged away:

So much for the guy promising Jimmy Kimmel he was going to do his best to protect people.

An estimated 100 people will be arrested today. As for whether they were being disruptive…

OF COURSE THEY ARE — they’re fighting for their damn lives!!!

Related: John McCain Will Vote ‘No’ On The Evil Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill

According to the Center for American Progress, between 1.4 and 1.8 million nonelderly adults with disabilities would lose crucial Medicaid coverage under Graham-Cassidy.

Advocates say this loss would send us hurtling back to the time when everyone with disabilities had to be institutionalized and could not be part of the work force. Which way seems better for the economy AND for their well-being, Republicans??

Frankly when you look at those kinds of numbers, some civil disobedience doesn’t seem at all out of order.

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Pear Trees Across New York Area Under Attack By Hard-To-Control ‘Trellis Rust’

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Trees are under attack by a hard-to-control fungus that’s been making the rounds, wiping out beautiful street and backyard pear trees across the area.

“You can see it’s all over the ground, every day, it’s all over,” Robert Somerville told CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff.

Pear tree leaves in front of Somerville’s Rockville Centre home are dropping by the hundreds — the bark is covered with a greenish-yellow fungus.

“It’s sad, it’s sad,” he said.

The telltale signs of trellis rust have been decimating pear trees across Long Island and New York City. In Rockville Centre the September streetscape looks like winter. The lush canopy of trees that residents cherish is in jeopardy.

“It’s all over the village. All these pear trees are dying on the streets as well as private property,” Ray Hampel said. “Obviously it really hurts the way the town looks and you can see how barren it looks.”

Borne from a damp spring and spread through the air, the fungus is attacking tens of thousands of ornamental trees that communities began planting a half-century ago. The Bradford pear was once considered the perfect street tree for its early and gorgeous white blooms and compact size.

“Up until now it didn’t have too many pest and disease problems, but this is something we see time and time again — when you plant something en masse and then you have a disease, you have a widespread problem,” Old Westbury Gardens Horticulture Expert, Maura Bush said.

Senator Todd Kaminsky (D-Rockville Centre) will be asking New York State for grants to help hard hit villages plant new trees.

“They are widespread and they are really gone and the answer is to replace them which is a very expensive venture,” he said. “Trees help make Long Island what it is, and the difficult thing is that you can’t stop this.”

The citizen run Rockville Centre Conservancy is looking into the mass removal of the blighted trees and replanting to save money.

Experts at Cornell Coop Extension caution against doing anything hastily. It’s possible some of the dead looking trees will come back next spring, and should be individually evaluated.

Experts said pruning out the diseased limbs in the early winter could extend the life of an afflicted tree. Fungicides are expensive and not always effective.



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