MP3: Eli On WFAN: Giants Haven’t Made Enough Of Their Own Breaks This Season

25.11.2013

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Eli On WFAN: Giants Haven’t Made Enough Of Their Own Breaks This Season MP3

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Eli Manning sees 2013 as just one of those years. The Giants’ postseason hopes took a major hit with Sunday’s 24-21 loss to Dallas. Now at 4-7, Big Blue likely needs to win out to have a shot. After winning four straight games to climb back into the NFC East race, the Giants seemed to dominate stretches of Sunday’s game, but for whatever reason couldn’t seize control on... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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