A common thread in all six Giants losses: mistakes by Manning. He threw another three interceptions on Thursday night, and two of them were clearly his fault. (The other one, a pick six, came on a miscommunication with Reuben Randle.)
Manning, who has the most turnovers in the first six weeks of any quarterback since 1991, was driving the Giants in Bears territory for a possible game-winning touchdown in the final two minutes. He threw a pass too high for tight end Brandon Myers. The ball was tipped and picked off. The interception came only a few plays after Manning was nearly picked off on an underthrown pass.
Early in the season, Manning was the least of the Giants' problems. He's received better protection of late but still has failed to cut down on mistakes.
Manning also made too many critical mistakes, and this is a Giants team without a margin for error. They are 0-6 for the first time since 1976.
For the Giants to win one of these games, Manning has to play like one of the best quarterbacks in football. He might have to put up 30 points. He has to raise the game of everyone around him.
He's not at that level.