Eli Manning returned for the Giants, but their 2017 misery remained

Eli Manning returned for the Giants, but their 2017 misery remained

Eli Manning of the Giants reacts against the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium on December 10, 2017.

It seems the fans wanted him to be the starter, too.

The 30-year-old has already missed one game this season, but he has started all 11 of the contests in which he has played.

"Nothing's easy, but we hung in there and have played tough", Manning said.

"Look, it doesn't feel good right now because we lost the football game", Spagnuolo said. After his touchdown pass there were repeat chants of "E-Lie Man-Ning". Those things are hard. I don't like losing a head coach. "I'm sorry we didn't play well enough to get that win".

Duckett dropped and suspended
When asked if he is "fed up" about having to address off-field matters, Bayliss replied: "Very much so". He was replaced in the England team for the game at Richardson Park by Joe Clarke.

"We know what we got to do", Beasley said. Manning received a standing ovation when he and the Giants' offense took the field for the first time.

Manning finished 31-of-46 for 228 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions after a whirlwind two weeks that saw an outcry over his benching followed by his eventual reinsertion into the starting lineup.

But these are the 2017 Giants. That lead lasted just a few minutes longer than the cheers, though, as four plays later the Cowboys tied the score.

Dak Prescott hit Cole Beasley on a 54-yard gain to the 20 midway through the fourth quarter.

Bryant got inside leverage on cornerback Brandon Dixon in one-on-one coverage, caught a 10-yard pass and broke free with no Giants anywhere around to keep Bryant from the end zone. They benefited Sunday from the return of linebacker Sean Lee, who'd missed three games because of a hamstring injury. He completed 14 of 18 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown in the first half, with much of the damage being done on underneath passes. That left the middle of the Giants' defense without their Pro Bowl safety on the next play and Prescott easily found tight end Jason Witten in that soft spot for a 20-yard touchdown that made it 17-10 with 7:38 left.

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