QB Eli Manning was 23 of 44 for 299 yards with one touchdown, one interception, and one lost fumble during the Giants' season-ending 38-13 loss the Packers in Green Bay on Sunday.
"You got to keep working, and hopefully, you get more opportunities," Manning told reporters after the game. "I plan on being back here next year."
His touchdown pass was a 41-yard strike to Tavarres King in the third quarter that drew the Giants within 14-13.
Manning's performance was better than his stat line, with Odell Beckham, Jr. and Sterling Shepard each dropping a pass in the end zone in the first quarter. Beckham also had several other drops.
"I don't know if he struggled," Manning said about Beckham after the game. "I guess we're used to him making unbelievable catches. He didn't come down with some of those tough catches. This game doesn't come down on him. It comes down on the whole offense."
Manning also weighed in on Beckham on Monday, saying the wide receiver might have put too much pressure on himself.
Regarding the boat trip Beckham and other Giants receivers had in Miami last week, Manning said he didn't think it impacted the game but stressed the importance of "perception."
"Odell is passionate," Manning said. "He wants to win. This is important for him. He wanted to go out and have the best game of his career."