The New York Giants are making a comeback after their worst start in 37 years. So are their fans.
The Denver Broncos knocked off the last undefeated team in the National Football League, beating the Kansas City Chiefs 27-17 even though Peyton Manning was held to a season-low one touchdown pass.
The New York Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 for their first win after opening the National Football League season with six consecutive losses -- their worst start in 37 years.
The Cincinnati Bengals handed the New York Jets their worst National Football League loss since 2010, winning 49-9 as Andy Dalton threw four of his career-high five touchdown passes to Marvin Jones.
The Chicago Bears won 27-21 to leave the New York Giants winless through the first six games of a National Football League season for the first time in 37 years.
Peyton Manning will miss the Indianapolis Colts’ season opener because of a neck injury, the first time he hasn’t started a game since his freshman year at the University of Tennessee in 1994.
The New York Giants, off to an 0-5 start two years after winning the Super Bowl, have been as hard to figure out for oddsmakers as they have for their frustrated fans.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos remained undefeated by pulling out a 51-48 road win against the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth-highest scoring game in National Football League history.
The New York Giants have a difficult road to the National Football League playoffs just two weeks into the season, as only 8.8 percent of 0-2 teams recovered to make the postseason in the past 11 years.
Manning Bowl III may come down to which brother has the ball last.
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