The New York Giants offense is struggling to get things rolling on Sunday afternoon, which comes as no surprise considering the team is taking on the always tough Seattle Seahawks defense. A big reason for the team’s lack of success is quarterback Eli Manning, who is back to his old interception throwing ways.
In the first half, Manning has thrown for two interceptions — including one to All-Pro Stanford grad Richard Sherman.
The second of the interceptions was the 22nd of Manning’s season, which was enough to allow him to reclaim the NFL’s interception lead. He holds a slight edge over New York Jets rookie Geno Smith, which further proves interceptions may be the true King of New York.