Steelers End Giants Winning Streak
The New York Giants had their 6 game winning streak snapped with a 24-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Eli Manning and the offense sputtered again with only 56 total rushing yards, two interceptions and three failed fourth down attempts.
The Giant defense did a good job, but had a few blown coverages that resulted in scores for the Steelers.
I could see this game coming, I just don't have confidence in the Giants offensive line, it has been consistently horrible the past five years.
I don't mean to be critical about the O-line but the heart of your offense comes from your line to give your quarterback and receivers time to run their routes, and to create lanes for a running game.
I saw at least three plays yesterday were the line missed a defender who was running right at Eli, you can't be productive with those kinds of things happening
Eli Manning threw another interception in the red zone as the Giants looked to put points on the board, it was just a bad performance with a very predictable outcome.
JPP left the game with an injury so his status is uncertain, but that would be a huge loss.
Ben Roethlisberger threw for two touchdowns and had an fair day, but the Giants lack of productivity gave him more chances to score.
The Giants have a really tough schedule coming up with the Lions, and they'll face all three of their NFC East rivals starting with a Sunday night matchup with the Dallas Cowboys.
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