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New York Giants' news and notes: Miserable Monday edition

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Maybe this will help cheer you up this morning
Maybe this will help cheer you up this morning
Scott Cunningham

The New York Giants played a miserable football game Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. In fact, they didn't really even play. Mostly the Giants just spectated while the Falcons embarrassed them, 34-0.

Here is your Monday morning notebook, filled with reaction to the ugliness you witnessed on Sunday.

Eli, Tom come up small in big spots -
This is no way for an elite quarterback to defend a Super Bowl, and it is no way for a two-time Super Bowl coach’s team to defend a Super Bowl.

Eli Manning threw two early interceptions on a day when Matt Ryan was easily the better quarterback and orchestrated the first regular-season shutout under Tom Coughlin’s watch. Of course, he didn’t get to play against a Giants defense that was too soft again against the run and virtually helpless against the pass.

All that was missing was a Manning butt fumble.

Giants Come Up Empty, Literally -

With three-way tie for first, this is the last chance for sputtering Giants -

New York Giants say confidence is not shaken by Atlanta blowout - ESPN New York

Giants report card -

Eli, defense stink it up as Big Blue lose control of East -

Cruz's personal tribute to a fallen fan | New York Daily News

Breaking down why Giants still guaranteed a bid to postseason if they win out |

Eli Manning again threw an early interception - only this time the Giants couldn't recover |

Giants Rookies Step Into Larger Roles With Frustrating Results -

Reeling Giants at a loss for words after suffering humiliating 34-0 defeat to Falcons - Yahoo! Sports

Fourth-down stops kill Giants' momentum