As one of the best players in the Giants dressing room, Sterling Shepard should have a good pulse for the thinking of his teammates.
ESPN.com and CBSSports.com reported that Giants players express their frustrations with quarterback Eli Manning behind the scenes.
Along with wide receiver Odell Beckham's last "Uhh, I do not know" answer, if one asks if the Giants have a quarterback problem, Manning's struggling performances and reviews from former NFL quarterbacks, it has surfaced heat on the two-time Super Bowl MVP ,
"I have total confidence in Eli," Shepard said. "I did not even hear that in the locker room, I did not hear that from any single player, it's just outside of noise and other things trying to break us apart."
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The Giants parted last season when the team had a record of 1-5. About 2/3 of the 53-headed squad have since been turned over to find better character in times of need.  "You learn from the past," said Landon Collins. "The past is past, you can only learn from it, but we'll put it behind us and move into the future."
The Giants' universal standard response for their offensive bouts – 24th in a meter per game and 27th in points per game – is too "We need to score more points."
Easier said than done.
"Achieving more touchdowns, ending races, not getting behind the sticks, (making) little mistakes when we make a big game and then come back and a stupid punishment," said Evan Engram. "Just a few trifles that help us get started. "
Giants coach Pat Shurmur said last week that no players came to talk about Manning.
Owners John Mara and Shurmur have said that the Giants "believe in Eli," but Shurmur's patience with Manning may be meager. He screamed, "Throw the ball!" after two straight bubble shades on his quarterback and he sharpened Manning's early game an interception that was converted into seven points for the Eagles.
"We also saw her seven po, too," said Shurmur.