Former New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said it’s ‘ludicrous’ to think that Giants QB Eli Manning is in decline. ‘There’s been no deterioration of his arm strength, there’s been no lack of preparation and effort,’ Gilbride said. ‘I think he’s going to be fine as soon as they solidify the offensive line.’

Footballguys View: “It’s not him it’s me” is what Gilbride should have said. The offense grew stale under Gildbride, and defenses knew how predictable the playcalling and formations were. We should see a refreshed Eli under new OC Ben McAdoo.

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