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2017 Schedule
0-2, 4th in NFC East
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5hJordan Raanan

Eli on coach's criticism: He knows I can take it

Eli Manning says he deserves some criticism after the Giants' slow start and said coach Ben McAdoo knows the veteran quarterback can handle the pressure.

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7hESPN.com

Power Rankings: Giants slip further

Two weeks ago, Big Blue sat just outside the top 10. After an 0-2 start, the Giants nearly landed in the 20s and now rank last among NFC East teams.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants will make changes like last week, although McAdoo conceded they could be a bit more drastic. Play-calling could fit into this category.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben McAdoo asked whether Ereck Flowers was the left tackle: "Absolutely." Flowers struggled and allowed three sacks Monday night.

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Jordan Raanan's Big Blue podcast

In the third episode of his, still unnamed, podcast, Jordan Raanan reacts to the Giants' loss to Detroit, gives his goods and bads, adds to the MacAdictionary and more.

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Riddick and Raanan discuss critical coaches (2:45)
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Russillo is done with the G-Men in primetime (1:04)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting snap count notes: TE Jerell Adams played 1 snap and had a 38-yard reception. Fullback Shane Smith played just 4 snaps.

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10hAaron Schatz, Football Outsiders

Which 0-2 team has the best playoff chances?

The Giants are the lone team from last year's playoffs to start this season 0-2, and no winless team is underperforming its preseason projection more. How likely is a rebound?

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12hDan Graziano

What we learned (and didn't learn) in Week 2

Is the Giants' season already over at 0-2? There's too much talent on this team for it to play this poorly for four months, but there are major problems that need to be addressed.

ESPN Stats & Info

It's early, but playoff picture looks bleak for Giants

The Giants' playoff hopes don't look promising after losing their first two games of the year to the Cowboys and Lions. New York has been outscored 43-13 so far this season. That's the fewest points for the Giants through two games since 1947, when they scored seven.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

After last night's loss to the Lions, the Giants are projected to win 6.2 games and have just a 7% chance to reach the postseason, according to FPI.

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Is Eli Manning in decline? (1:15)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Some positive news for the Giants after an ugly loss. There is optimism that Pro Bowl CB Janoris Jenkins and starting middle linebacker B.J. Goodson are dealing with one-week injuries, per sources.

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Did McAdoo throw Eli under the bus? (1:45)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants have the fewest rushing attempts (30) through two weeks ... and the Bucs (34) and Dolphins (32) have only played one game.

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Eli sees ghosts and monsters in the pocket (0:51)
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22hIan O'Connor

It wasn't a fluke: Giants' offense wasn't ready for 2017

Ben McAdoo insisted that players and media "put this game on him." But if the head coach doesn't grab hold of his team sooner rather than later, he won't have to bother asking people to assign the blame to him.

Team Stats

Passing Yards203.018th
Rushing Yards48.532nd
Points For6.530th
Points Against21.5Tied-17th

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