Last night we debated whether Eli Manning's third interception was on him or on tight end Brandon Myers who -- as Tom Coughlin pointed out -- was able to get his hands on the ball. Myers didn't speak to the press following the game but was available at his locker today. "It was unfortunate. I was there and we just didn't connect" Myers said. He added: "Obviously I wanted to make the play but it didn't turn out." Myers was asked if the throw has to come in high by design. Manning pointed out as much on Thursday night. "It changes every time" Myers said. According to some analysts Myers did not run a clean route. He disagreed.
Giants' TE Brandon Myers says no one can be blamed for Eli Manning's final interception
Newark Star-Ledger | Oct 12