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2019 Schedule
2-10, 4th in NFC East
Cruz: Eagles should be scared of a refreshed Eli (1:16)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Evan Engram (foot) was limited in Thursday's practice. He told me he's been doing a lot more this week. There seems to be a realistic chance he's ready for Monday night.

Stephen A. doesn't consider Eli a Hall of Famer (1:52)
Eagles look to stay in playoff hunt vs. Giants (0:30)
Orlovsky: Eagles should be nervous to see Eli (0:57)
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1dJordan Raanan

Shurmur: Eli 'very likely' to start with Jones hurt

Eli Manning, who started the Giants' first two games before he was benched, will "very likely" start vs. the Eagles on Monday with Daniel Jones suffering from a high ankle sprain, coach Pat Shurmur said.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Jones is in a boot and has a moderate high ankle sprain, per Pat Shurmur. He couldn't play if the Giants had a game today. Shurmur compared it to what Saquon Barkley had. Barkley missed three games. So get ready for the return of Eli Manning on Monday night vs. Eagles.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Spoke with Steve Tisch after he was honored with a leadership award at the March of Dimes Sports Luncheon. He said any discussion about changes will come after the season when he sits down with John Mara. He's just as disappointed and upset as the fans. No decisions have been made yet on anyone's future. Tisch added they have to be "very honest" about where they are as a franchise.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Jones' ankle is "fine," per Pat Shurmur. No need for further tests Monday. Shurmur called it typical game soreness. Jones had his ankle checked in the second quarter Sunday after getting it twisted on a fourth-down run.


ESPN Daily: Does the Patriots' upset mean Tom Brady is slipping?

After the Texans upset the Patriots we have to ask (again): is it real this time? Is Tom Brady slipping? Host Mina Kimes and ESPN Senior Football Writer Bill Barnwell turn to the numbers for answers. Then, after the Eagles fell to the Dolphins and the Cowboys lost to the Bills, another pressing question: does any team really want to win the NFC East?

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4dJordan Raanan

Giants' Jenkins critical of role: 'Use your weapons'

Cornerback Janoris Jenkins expressed his dissatisfaction with his role in the Giants' defense following a loss to the Packers on Sunday, suggesting he should be shadowing opponents' No. 1 receivers.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants (2-10) are now in last place in the NFC East after the Redskins beat the Panthers. They are also only one win ahead of the Bengals for the No. 1 overall pick.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Per FPI: The Giants now have a 20% chance to earn the No. 1 overall pick after the 1 p.m. games that included a Bengals win, a Redskins win, a Dolphins win and a Giants loss. The Bengals remain the favorite to earn the top pick at 66%.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Pat Shurmur says he's "well aware" he's ultimately judged on wins and losses. "People will change what they think of us and me when we win games," he added. Shurmur expects the criticism through 8 straight losses.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Jones has an ankle injury. Stayed in the game. "Tough guy," per coach Pat Shumur.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants defense was overmatched in this one. Had just five pressures against Rodgers in a 31-13 loss to the Packers, per Next Gen Stats. No surprise Rodgers had four TD passes and the Giants lost their eighth straight for the first time since 2004.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Corey Ballentine is out with a concussion. It's the second of the season for the rookie cornerback.

Team Stats

Passing Yards221.220th
Rushing Yards95.523rd
Points For19.225th
Points Against28.3