The Giants were great in Glendale again, especially Eli Manning.
Manning threw for three touchdowns in his return to the scene of his Super Bowl MVP performance and New York beat Arizona, 37-29, to end the Cardinals’ home winning streak at seven games.
Despite being without running back Brandon Jacobs (knee), the Giants (10-1) won their sixth in a row. Manning was 26 for 33 for 240 yards with no interceptions. Kurt Warner was 32 for 52 for 351 yards with a touchdown for Arizona (7-4). He was intercepted once and fumbled once, and both led to Giants touchdowns on the field where they upset New England in last season’s Super Bowl.
Quoteworthy: “He just continues to do whatever has to be done to win.” -- Tom Coughlin, Giants coach, on Eli Manning
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