He's the longest-tenured Giant, having playing in 201 consecutive regular-season games. It makes too much sense.
"The minute you start talking about what you think you've gotten done in this league, you end up getting your ears kicked in", Caldwell said.
The Giants scored three points in their opener.
The Giants did very little on offense without Beckham last week, gaining 233 yards in a 19-3 loss to the Cowboys. "There are great guys over there. They're gonna happen. Just keep fighting", Manning said on WFAN on Tuesday. "They have to figure it out".
The Giants (0-1) are without two defensive starters tonight in cornerback Janoris Jenkins (ankle) and linebacker B.J. Goodson.
Yet, unlike the Eagles, people were strangely afraid of the Giants coming into the 2017 season. NY managed just two first downs in the first half while wide receiver Brandon Marshall had one catch for 10 yards in his debut with the team.
Friends, the Giants' offense is bad.
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-Defensive end Ziggy Ansah had a big game Monday night, recording three of the Lions' five sacks.
Following a weird sequence of back-to-back turnovers from each team on back-to-back plays in the second quarter, Stafford tossed his second touchdown of the game, this one to Eric Ebron, from seven yards out that gave the Lions a lead they'd never relinquish.
"We look at it as if we anticipate that he's going to play", Caldwell said. "I expect to get the ball snapped". The defense took the ball away.
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"We are not going to panic, " McAdoo said.
Manning hasn't gotten a lot of help.
"That was the moment". All the only real upgrade the front office made in the offseason was to sign 33-year-old wide receiver Brandon Marshall. "I let my team down. Breakdowns are spread out, it's not just one player making breakdowns". They would face a fourth down and goal at Detroit's two-yard line and decide to go. Engram received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for grabbing his crotch.
This one could go either way, but probably the pressure is on the Giants more than the Lions.
"We can't have that, " McAdoo said. "We're not in rhythm right now". And Beckham will get healthier and more productive. When it comes to offensive line plays, it's all five of us. So has the running game.
Still, McAdoo isn't so blind as to see that something needs to change to get his broken offense moving in the right direction.
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