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The New York Giants will host the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday at Metlife Stadium, coverage begins at 12 Noon on 991 The Whale
The pressure is on Eli Manning to play better and complete drives and score points, Manning is off to his worst start since his rookie year with only five touchdowns through the first five games this year.
I have seen him miss wide open receivers, over and under through passes and just throw the ball at the feet of a receiver when pressure was coming
The Giants offensive line has to do a better job at giving Eli a chance to find open receivers.
The Baltimore Ravens defense does not give up a lot of first downs and the Giants have stalled on many this year, so keeping the offense on the field is a big key to winning this game.
There is no doubt that something has been missing in the Giants offensive these last few weeks, especially with the running game.
Injuries have been an issue with the Giants, their starting running back Jennings and back up Vereen.have been injured, Jennings may return this week, but again the offensive line needs to play better.
The Giants pass rush has been non existence in the past few weeks, JPP and Olivier Vernon have not been able to put pressure on the quarterback, and considering how much time Aaron Rogers had to pass last week, the score could have been much higher for the Packers.
The Giants are at home four out of the next 5 games, they are 2-3 and in last place in the NFC East, can they turn things around and start playing more efficient on both sides of the ball?
This week they face another elite quarterback in Joe Flacco as they host the Baltimore Ravens, catch all the action with Bob Papa and company starting with the Pre-Game show on Sunday at 12 Noon and keep it here after the game for head coach Ben McAdoo's press conference and team interviews on your station for NY Giants Football 991 the whale.