It’s Joe’s final show from Radio Row ahead of Super Bowl LV, and he saved the best for last! Tune in for some incredible interviews with LA Chargers’ 5x Pro-Bowl Guard, Trai Turner, 2x Super Bowl Champ, New York Giants fan favorite, Chase Blackburn and the legendary Archie Manning. Joe’s monologue breaks down what each team has to do on each side of the ball to win and why this game could determine the greatest quarterback of all time, and stick around for his Final Word to get the pick you’ve been waiting all week for. ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk!
Joe opens up the show with a big announcement, then hits both NFL conference championship in his monologue, including which matchup makes him want to SHOUT & which two teams he sees moving on to the big game in Tampa! Plus, a final word all over Philip Rivers retiring, why he’s sick of the comparisons to Eli and the serious problem the NFL has with hiring coaches. Brandon Lang also stops by to make some picks and blame Jared Cook for costing the Saints a trip to Lambeau Field, so don’t miss it!
In his first live show of 2020, Joe Ceraulo tackles the upcoming Super Bowl in Miami and the potential legacies it may leave, why one Hall of Fame voter just may have gotten it right, Eli Manning’s official retirement and more…ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk.
Nothing has been more irritating than the constant criticism of Eli Manning for the struggles of the New York Giants in recent years.
This is a franchise with high expectations. This year will likely mark the sixth of the last seven season in which the Giants have failed to make the playoffs since winning Super Bowl XLVI. Change is needed, but it’s needed in areas that don’t include moving on from Manning just yet.
Manning is currently tied with Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott, for the league lead having been sacked 38 times. That’s not by any means a category you want to lead the league in, but it also isn’t a category to blame any quarterback for.
Those 38 sacks put Manning on pace to be dropped behind the line of scrimmage 55 times this season. That’s 16 more than his current career high of 39, set in 2013. The last time someone was sacked more than 55 times was also 2013, when Ryan Tannehill was dropped 58 times.
If you don’t like throwing the blame on the offensive line, let’s take a look at Manning’s numbers…