Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin dual reactions sum up Giants awful 2013 season

It didn't take long for the Giants to stir up both their QB and coach, which ESPN captured in one shot to sum of their miserable 2013 season.

Giants fans facetiously exhaled when Eli Manning and the offense got through their first series of the game without an interception. But after a lengthy drive into Minnesota territory, Manning almost added another chapter to the 2013 misery narrative when tight end Larry Donnell slipped and fell going down the seam. Manning's pass sailed right for the arms of defender Andrew Sendejo, but the Vikings safety could not convert what would have been another crushing pick.

They may have avoided the turnover, but another failure by a Giants pass-catcher to stay on route resulted in this shot of double...something -- anger? exasperation? frustration?

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And that loop is a pretty good summation of the 0-6 Giants season to date.

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