At least one team that played Sunday was fired up - USA TODAY Sports
Reaction from around the Internet to the Giants' 33-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
New York Giants' Tom Coughlin learns again how tough it is to repeat - ESPN New York
The Giants can't seem to tap into their old sources of inspiration.
NY Giants Corey Webster has rough day defending Torrey Smith, Baltimore Ravens receivers - NY Daily News
There was a rookie cornerback on one side of the field and a safety forced to play cornerback covering the slot. But that didn’t matter to Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. He went after Corey Webster instead. And when he did, he made Webster’s bad season even worse. Even though rookie Jayron Hosley was alone on the other side, Webster was the one on the short end of several big plays, including the game-opening touchdown from receiver Torrey Smith.
Giants Nearing End After Another Clunker - WSJ.com
If Sunday's 33-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens didn't definitively bring down the curtain on their chaotic season, it certainly felt like the end of the road.
NY Giants playoff hopes suffer big blow after dropping critical game to Baltimore Ravens, who clinch AFC North title - NY Daily News
The defending Super Bowl champions stepped onto the turf at M&T Bank Stadium and gave yet another listless, passionless performance, falling to the Ravens, 33-14, and completely losing control of their destiny.
Another lame effort by NY Giants defense adds defensive coordinator Perry Fewell to fire - NY Daily News
Asking for answers at this point of the season was probably pointless, because all the beaten players on the Giants’ scorched defense can do now is shake their baffled heads. So many missed tackles. So many blown coverages. So little semblance of a pass rush.
Eli Manning can't swing magic for NY Giants like he did last season with Victor Cruz - NY Daily News
Last season, Eli Manning and Victor Cruz pushed the Giants toward a Super Bowl run with a memorable 99-yard touchdown hookup against the Jets in Week 16. But in Sunday’s 33-14 loss to the Ravens, the Giants offense simply got pushed around.
NY Giants hardly look like defending Super Bowl champions after recent routs at hands of Falcons and Ravens - NY Daily News
This was no way for the Giants to defend their Super Bowl championship, going down without a fight the last two weeks. Where was the pride? Where was the sense of urgency? Where was the ability to rise above adversity and impose their will? Where were the Giants?
After Another Blowout, Giants’ Playoff Hopes Teeter - NYTimes.com
The Giants allowed 533 total yards of offense to the Ravens, who converted 11 0f 18 third downs, and have been outscored 67-14 in their last two games.
Giants searching for answers as playoff hopes take another hit
The Giants have lost five of seven and while their playoff hopes are still alive, it might be too late for the defending Super Bowl champions.