|Oct. 4, 20152:21 PM PT3:21 PM MT4:21 PM CT5:21 PM ET21:21 GMT5:21 AM 北京时间2:21 PM MST4:21 PM EST4:21 PM CT1:21 UAE (+1)17:21 ET20:21 - Manning finished 20 of 35 for 212 yards with three touchdowns and an interception on Sunday.
Analysis: The interception was Manning's first, but he now has seven touchdowns in his last three games.
|Sep. 25, 20159:19 PM PT10:19 PM MT11:19 PM CT12:19 AM ET4:19 GMT12:19 PM 北京时间9:19 PM MST11:19 PM EST11:19 PM CT8:19 UAE0:19 ET3:19 - Manning was coolly efficient, finishing 23 of 31 for 279 yards with two TDs on Thursday against the Redskins.
Analysis: Manning has four TDs and no INTs through the first three games. He had four picks in the first three last year.
|Sep. 21, 20157:54 AM PT8:54 AM MT9:54 AM CT10:54 AM ET14:54 GMT10:54 PM 北京时间7:54 AM MST9:54 AM EST9:54 AM CT18:54 UAE10:54 ET13:54 - Manning threw for 292 yards and two touchdowns without an interception in Sunday's loss to Atlanta.
Analysis: He completed 27 of 40 passes and had an overall solid day except for losing a costly fumble in the red zone. Manning draws a tough matchup on a short week Thursday against a Washington defense that was dominant in Week 2.
|Sep. 14, 20154:01 PM PT5:01 PM MT6:01 PM CT7:01 PM ET23:01 GMT7:01 AM 北京时间4:01 PM MST6:01 PM EST6:01 PM CT3:01 UAE (+1)19:01 ET22:01 - Manning is taking the blame for two late blunders that led to the New York Giants' collapse against the Dallas Cowboys, including one where he told halfback Rashad Jennings not to score.
Analysis: After losing track of Dallas' timeouts, the 12-year veteran says - on his own - he told Jennings not to score on two consecutive plays when the Giants had a first down at the Cowboys 4-yard line with 1:54 to play, and a 23-20 lead. Manning believed Dallas had one timeout when it had two. He finished 20 of 36 for 193 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions.
|Sep. 11, 20154:46 PM PT5:46 PM MT6:46 PM CT7:46 PM ET23:46 GMT7:46 AM 北京时间4:46 PM MST6:46 PM EST6:46 PM CT3:46 UAE (+1)19:46 ET22:46 - Manning has signed a four-year, $84 million contract extension with the New York Giants.
Analysis: The 34-year-old Manning is now under contract through the 2019 season. The new deal will make Manning the NFL's fourth highest-paid quarterback with an average salary of $21 million. Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers is the highest paid with a $22 million annual salary, followed by Seattle's Russell Wilson and Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger. Manning was to earn $17 million base salary this season in the final year of his current contract.
|Sep. 10, 20151:21 PM PT2:21 PM MT3:21 PM CT4:21 PM ET20:21 GMT4:21 AM 北京时间1:21 PM MST3:21 PM EST3:21 PM CT0:21 UAE (+1)16:21 ET19:21 - Manning is close to singing an extension with the Giants.
Analysis: The deal could be announced Friday. Manning is a two-time Super Bowl MVP who ranks 15th on the all-time list in passing yards.
|Aug. 30, 201510:03 PM PT11:03 PM MT12:03 AM CT1:03 AM ET5:03 GMT1:03 PM 北京时间10:03 PM MST12:03 AM EST12:03 AM CT9:03 UAE1:03 ET4:03 - Manning went 12 of 16 for 90 yards but tossed an interception that was returned for a touchdown by the Jets' Antonio Cromartie on Saturday.
Analysis: Manning's job isn't in danger but the Giants are having a tough time on offense.
|Aug. 19, 201510:46 AM PT11:46 AM MT12:46 PM CT1:46 PM ET17:46 GMT1:46 AM 北京时间10:46 AM MST12:46 PM EST12:46 PM CT21:46 UAE13:46 ET16:46 - Manning didn't ask the New York Giants to make him the NFL's highest-paid quarterback. A perplexed and slightly miffed Manning on Wednesday shot down a report that he wants to be the league's top-paid quarterback, insisting that was not the goal in contract talks. Aaron Rodgers of the Packers has that distinction, earning a $22 million salary entering this season.
Analysis: The two-time Super Bowl MVP is in the final year of a contract that will pay him a $17 million base salary. His agent, Tom Condon, has been negotiating a new deal, but the two sides are not close to an agreement, Giants co-owner John Mara said Monday. Manning insisted neither he nor Condon told the Giants to make him the highest-paid quarterback.
|Apr. 20, 201510:35 AM PT11:35 AM MT12:35 PM CT1:35 PM ET17:35 GMT1:35 AM 北京时间10:35 AM MST12:35 PM EST12:35 PM CT21:35 UAE13:35 ET16:35 - Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning has no problem heading into the upcoming season playing the final year of his contract with the New York Giants. Manning said his only concern was to get ready for a season in which Tom Coughlin's team looks to end a three-year playoff drought.
Analysis: Manning will earn $17 million this year under terms of a $97.5 million deal signed in 2010.
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Christian joins the boys to discuss bye weeks and when the ideal time is to get one. The guys ask him about a permanent team in London and his opinion on if it would work. Then he gets into the Pats and if any team in the AFC East will step up.
Greg and Chris discuss the debacle that is the Miami Dolphins in the midst of getting beat pretty badly in London by the Jets a week removed from getting destroyed by the Bills. Where does Miami go from here?
Curran calls Greg and Chris to discuss the struggles of the Dolphins and Colts along with the state of Pats durng their bye. He gets into the defense and how they've performed, specifically the secondary and Devin McCourty.
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Joe and Rob Bradford talk with Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart who had his first career multi home run game as the Red Sox beat the Yankees 10-4 and extend their winning streak to a season high 5 games.
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Don Sweeney, who was hired as the Bruins general manager yesterday speaks with Dale and Holley about his new position and where the Bruins go from here.
The awesomely knowledgeable Fluto Shinzawa calls DJ, Naoko and Pete to talk about his thoughts on the future of the B's. He discusses his column from earlier this week on Cam Neely wanting to give Claude the ax earlier in the season but not getting the ok. Fluto shares his thoughts on Chiarelli's firing, the future for Claude and where the Bruins should go from here. He also gives his opinion on potential moves the team can make, who would fit in here, his thoughts on the NHL playoffs so far and more.
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