Jared Jewett’s funeral has been a very long one for the New York Giants star quarterback.

The Giants have lost the first two games, and lost the last two to the Rams in their wild-card race.

The team is currently 0-6 in its last nine games, with two wins in those contests.

The loss to the Cardinals was one of the biggest comebacks of the season, but the loss of Jared Jewitt to the Lions on Monday night left the Giants with just two quarterbacks.

They also lost their starting cornerback, Darian Thompson, for the season with a knee injury.

The two losses left the team with just one quarterback to play, with quarterback Carson Wentz having thrown for over 400 yards in his last two starts.

The quarterback situation is still a mystery for the Giants, but coach Ben McAdoo made a few predictions for the team’s game against the Eagles, which they’ll play on Saturday night.

He also made some bold predictions about the game.

1.

He said that the Eagles will have a tough time running the ball in the first half.

That is what we have been hearing for a while now, McAduow said.

2.

He will have to play a lot of one-cut plays.

That means they will be getting some more pressure.

And they will have the ability to run the ball at some point, he said.

3.

I don’t expect any of the running backs to have a big impact.

4.

He wants to play at a higher level and we need to play with an edge, he added.

5.

And I think there are some of the receivers who are good, but there are a lot to look forward to.

McAda will get the ball out of his hand and let his team go.

And if the Eagles play well, it’s a lot easier to turn to Wentz, who has done a nice job so far this season.

Wentz has thrown for more than 1,400 yards, but McAdao’s team is still one of only three teams in the league that has allowed a rushing touchdown in each of the first five games.

He’s not done running the football, either.

The Eagles will be in the hunt for the NFC East crown after beating the Cowboys in Dallas on Monday, but they also lost to the Patriots in Week 6.

They’ve also lost three straight to the Packers and Cardinals, and they’ll have to win two more games against teams with a winning record to win the division.

They’ll face the Lions in Week 7 and the 49ers in Week 8.

All of that is on the schedule.

They have a bye this week, but it won’t be long before they play a team from the NFC West, which the Seahawks won last week, so they’ll be playing a team that is coming off a bye and hasn’t lost since Week 7.

The Seahawks have been without their starting offensive tackle, Justin Britt, who was injured on Sunday, and will be without their leading receiver, Sidney Rice, who is on injured reserve.

The Lions are a team with a lot at stake, having just beaten the Patriots by three points and are now in a playoff race.

They’re one of just two teams in this division with three losing seasons, and McAdauow expects them to win this game, as well.

The Eagles, meanwhile, have just one losing season, and have been one of five teams to beat the Rams this season, including a game in Week 3 that gave them their first win in their first two seasons in the NFL. “

We’ll go through this with the mindset that we’ve got to go out there and give them something to work with.”

The Eagles, meanwhile, have just one losing season, and have been one of five teams to beat the Rams this season, including a game in Week 3 that gave them their first win in their first two seasons in the NFL.

The Rams have played just three games this season and lost to Arizona, the Titans and the Seahawks in the last three.