Eli Manning: ‘I Don’t Think I’m Playing Lousy’
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning responded Monday to 24 hours’ worth of criticism that began with his own head coach’s comments in the wake of the Giants’ 36-21 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
A day after Tom Coughlin called Manning’s three fourth-quarter interceptions and three intentional grounding penalties “demoralizing,” Manning went on the radio in New York and said he didn’t feel he was playing that poorly.
“Nope. That’s the thing. I don’t think I’m playing lousy,” Manning said in his weekly radio appearance on WFAN radio.
Source: Dan Graziano, ESPN.com