After the Giants 23-0 loss to the Cardinals, Eli Manning didn't mince words about his performance.
Manning was 27-for-45 for 263 yards and two interceptions and was his own biggest critic.
"We didn't score any points, so I didn't play well enough," Manning said, via Michael Eisen of Giants.com "I obviously had the interception early, kind of hit Evan (Engram). We got to look at it. I don't know if I overthrew it or left it inside, the guy made a good play. I think he had hurt his ribs on the play before, and then had the one before half just trying to make a play. I got some pressure. But obviously, hey, we didn't convert on third downs, didn't score, so obviously, I didn't play well enough."
Interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo has already confirmed that Manning will start the finale against the Redskins rather than Geno Smith or Davis Webb.