Before a Week 2 deep dive, the latest edition of The JMRA Football Podcast covers one of Tuesday’s biggest news items….Daniel Jones replaces Eli Manning as the starting quarterback of the New York Giants. Advertisements
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning hasn’t enjoyed the best of days since winning his second Super Bowl in February 2012. However, a recent article in the New York Daily News from veteran writer Mike Lupica might put a smile on his face.
After sifting through the wreckage of Odell Beckham Jr.’s trade to the Cleveland Browns on Tuesday night, there are clearly two big losers for the New York Giants…Saquon Barkley and Eli Manning.
Congratulations to Von Miller and the Denver Broncos defense on carrying the remains of Zombie Peyton Manning to a Super Bowl win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night.
It has been a rough last few days for Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who blew (along with his teammates) Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Leading 23-20 late in the fourth quarter, Manning reportedly instructed running back Rashad Jennings to not score on first and second inside […]
Plenty of quarterbacks headed to the pay window for new contracts during the off-season and there appears to be another one attempting to cash in. Cam Newton, Russell Wilson, Ben Roethlisberger, and Philip Rivers inked new deals over the past few months. Now, Eli Manning is ready to […]
The Philadelphia Eagles posted their weekly pump-up video to the team website featuring a cartoon of Giants quarterback Eli Manning and Philly defenders scaring the two-time Super Bowl MVP. It’s funny hearing “Lil’ Eli Manning” complain about his underwear not feeling quite right as he prepares to face […]
America’s favorite rappers are back again to promote fantasy football for DirecTV. The Manning Brothers rap about fantasy football in a new ad that features New York Jets running back Chris Johnson, hoagies, and Archie Manning.
Watching big brother Peyton get boat-raced in the Super Bowl being held in your building doesn’t sound like a fun time. That was Eli Manning’s view on Sunday night as Seattle annihilated the Denver Broncos, 43-8.
The New York Giants are 0-6 after tonight’s 27-21 loss to the Chicago Bears. Godspeed, New York/New Jersey.