The New York Giants find themselves at the bottom of the NFC East with an 0-3 record. There is frustration about in the Giants’ facilities. Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks complained that he can’t throw the ball to himself, Eli Manning has thrown 8 interceptions, running back David Wilson has struggled.
Eli Manning appears calm on the outside but that just might be appearances according to head coach Tom Coughlin
“I don’t know what the word is. Concerned,” Coughlin said, per Paul Schwartz of the New York Post. “Certainly, he’s concerned, regardless of what his demeanor is. He wants it to improve, he wants it to be better, he’s willing to do whatever it takes to make it better. But, you know, everybody’s frustrated because there’s no button. I’m not pushing that button and it gets better. You just have to keep going and moving ahead.”
Eli isn’t having a horrendous season aside from those interceptions. he has completed 58.8% of his passes (better than his career average) for 931 yards. He is currently averaging over 310 yards per game, that mark is a career high so far. In 2011 he averaged 308.3 yards per game, the only other time he passed the 300 yards per game mark over an entire season.