Former Ute players thrive, Romo chokes in the best and worst of Week 15 in the NFL

Published: Tuesday, Dec. 17 2013 10:44 a.m. MST

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The New York Giants were well aware that they were hosting arguably the best pass defense in the NFL on Sunday in the Seattle Seahawks. In case someone had forgotten, however, Seattle did its best to remind them.

Eli Manning threw five interceptions in the game and became the Giants' all-time leader in interceptions, a record which he will not likely place among his greatest achievements. Manning had a total quarterback rating of 2.1, his worst since 2006.

The Giants couldn't get their running game going, rushing for just 25 yards. With the running game useless, it was difficult for Manning to use play-action effectively, which allowed Seattle to focus on the pass coverage.

When all was said and done the Seahawks came out on top, 23-0. As the Giants continue to struggle, it wouldn't be a shock to see coach Tom Coughlin leave the Giants. Perhaps a coaching change would be just what the Giants need to kick-start next season. After all, it worked for the Chiefs.
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evansrichdm
west jordan , UT

Could careless what school they went too, once they leave the state to the NFL we all should be cheering for them.

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