ItÆs easy to be a Monday mourning quarterback. The ancient RomanÆs were undoubtedly questioning the decisions made by their favorite Gladiators in 476 A.D. Thousands of years later weÆre still doing the same and weÆll continue it as long as there are games being played. That being said, no one at Giants Stadium needed to wait until Monday morning to begin second guessing Kevin GilbrideÆs fourth quarter play calling. á The second Eli Manning turned to hand the ball off to Brandon Jacobs on third and goal on the nine yard line with just over two minutes left in the game, hands flew in the air and baffled looks could be seen on the faces of virtually all 78,741 Giants fans who, up until that point, had been enjoying an unseasonable warm November evening in New Jersey. This was one of th ...
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