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Eli Manning threw for 4,002 yards, 31 touchdowns and 25 interceptions last season.
If you take the interceptions out of the equation, he had a great year. However, we can't, but there's still a silver lining here.
Yes, the receivers did let cacthable passes bounce off their fingers and into the hands of the defense.
Yes, it's not all Eli's fault, but it can't happen again this season. He needs to work on his relantionship with his receivers, especially Hakeem Nicks.
If Nicks and Eli aren't on the same page, you can kiss this season goodbye. I do think Eli can lower his interceptions this season, but it's going to take some work.