Sep 8, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) throws prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
2. Manning Has Plenty Of Help Around Him:
There is no shortage of help around Manning. In some offenses the quarterback has to be a superhero who has to do it all by himself. In some offenses the quarterback is expected to make those around him better and to make more out of less. That isn’t the case with the Giants. The Giants have invested heavily in offensive weapons. It is hard to argue with the Giants way of doing things, a great quarterback who has great receivers should put up great results.
Beckham Jr. and Cruz are two of the most explosive wide receivers in football who can make any play a big one. Larry Donnell is a reliable tight end who creates mismatches with his size and speed. Rueben Randle is a very productive wide receiver. The Giants have playmakers all around Manning in the passing game. That is something we know for a certainty.
From a coaching standpoint Manning has a ton of support as well. Offensive coordinator, Ben McAdoo runs an offense that fits Manning like a glove. McAdoo calls the shots in a way that gives Manning a rhythm and that makes the Giants offense deadly. Tom Coughlin and Manning are a great combination that has been working in perfect harmony for a long time. Manning’s calm demeanor balances Coughlin’s high octane personality perfectly and the team benefits greatly from it. Everything the Giants have done is to help their great quarterback lead this team to victory.
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