Eli Manning is simply a different quarterback on the road. The two-time Super Bowl winner isn't the same confident, clutch passer that he has been in the postseason and at home in The Meadowlands. At home, Manning has 15 touchdowns and nine interceptions with a 90.3 quarterback rating. On the road, he has five touchdowns and six interceptions for a 77.3 rating. Manning isn't having a banner season, regardless of venue, but that doesn't make him any less dangerous or likely to get untracked Sunday against an injury-riddled Ravens secondary. He has the requisite downfield weapons to utilize in wide receivers Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks and big tight end Martellus Bennett. With strong safety Bernard Pollard expected to miss this game with several damaged ribs, the Giants may choose to attack the middle of the field. The question of which Manning will show up Sunday remains unanswered and will have a large impact on deciding the outcome of this pivotal encounter.
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