With the New York Giants falling 24-14 to the Pittsburgh Steelers, their efforts were thwarted by two costly interceptions from Eli Manning.
Like the saying goes, there’s good Eli Manning, and then there’s bad Eli Manning. During the New York Giants 24-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the “Jekyll and Hyde” sides of the long-time signal caller were on display.
Twice Manning did an excellent job of putting the Giants’ offense in a position to score, only to kill the drive with a heart-wrenchingly avoidable interception. What possibly stings the most for the Giants is that both targets of the picks were open for would-be touchdowns, but Manning’s ball placement cost the team crucial points.