Giants News: Eli Manning likes "sense of urgency" with new offense

In today's edition of Giants news, New York Giants starting quarterback Eli Manning is excited to learn the team's new offensive scheme under recently-hired offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.

According to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk, Eli Manning has "plenty of homework to do in addition to rehabbing his ankle. Manning said that so much is new that it feels like his freshman year in college or rookie year in the NFL as he familiarizes himself with recently signed players and the scheme."

“[The changes] bring a sense of urgency to this time of year, to the offseason,” Manning stated, via information obtained from Jordan Raanan of “For me, [it's] getting healthy, meeting teammates and learning a new playbook. We have a lot of work to do. But [I'm] enjoying the competition of it all, the urgency we’re having right now.”

After a tough 2013 season, Giants fans are hoping that the "sense of urgency" Manning is referring to translates to results come the 2014 NFL season.


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