The New York Giants will head into next season with the goal of getting better, not winning another Super Bowl, quarterback Eli Manning said Tuesday.
“We’ve said we’re not going to talk about repeating or doing that, just becoming a better team,” he said. “We have a lot of work to do. You look at a lot of things from last year that we did not do well. From an offensive standpoint, there’s a lot of things.”
Manning spoke before a record crowd of about 1,000 people attending a College Football Hall of Fame luncheon. He answered questions about New York’s Super Bowl season, his college career at Ole Miss and growing up the younger brother of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and the son of former New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning.
Manning said the focus for the Giants this season is to find a way to learn from last season, when they turned around their season with a six-game winning streak after losing their first two.