Sep 15, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) passes the ball during the first quarter against the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2 Halftime Report

Field Goals, Field Goals, Field Goals.

Giants got lucky in the beginning of the game, with Peyton driving about 89 yards until rookie running back Montee Ball got stripped by Cullen Jenkins which was recovered in the end zone by the Giants.

David Wilson got the start but was sharing carries with Brandon Jacobs all half.

- Very obvious Wilson has changed his running style. Two arms around the ball near any opposing player, limits speed burst however.

Terrell Thomas doing a great job on Welker, only 2 receptions for 37 yards

Giants defense holding the Broncos to only 34 rushing yards and a TD in the first half.

- That TD coming on a 20 yd sweep to Moreno.

Peyton Manning is hitting receivers but getting drops as well.. 18 of 29 for 200

Eli ended the half driving the team down field but threw an interception in the end zone, looked like he thought Nicks was breaking outside, he wasn’t.

Giants are still having a tough time inside of the 20 yard line.

What needs to happen:

Keep throwing the ball. 19 yards rushing in the first half by the Giants makes it obvious that passing is the way to go.

Myers needs to not trip over his own feet after gaining 27 yards, then dropping a first down at the 2.

Throw. Throw. Throw.

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