Since winning a Super Bowl, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has found great success turning the ball over to his opponents.
That is obviously not what Manning is paid the big money to do, so the Giants are looking for a way to cut down on turnovers and find more success on offense as they attempt to bounce back from a disappointing 7-9 record a year ago.
One of the ways that they will attempt to limit turnovers is by having Manning get rid of the ball faster.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Manning is embracing the change with open arms.
So much emphasis here at #NYG on Eli Manning getting the ball out quicker, simplifying things. Word is he’s been a willing student for it.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 24, 2014
By getting rid of the ball faster, the Giants receivers will have more opportunities to use their after-catch abilities to make plays.
It will also limit the amount of mistakes that Manning can make by relying more on timing than on reading the defenses that have been confusing him over the past few years.