The good news? Our starting unit did great, but our backups started letting the Jaguars pick away at the lead until they finally overtook it. Eli Manning looked as well as he did last year in the two series that he played. He went 4-for-8 for 60 yards. While Manning was in the Giants managed to score a fiel goal. Backup quarterback David Carr also impressed and threw two touchdown passes. The biggest play for the starters was a 23 yard catch made by emerging superstar and fan favorite Victor Cruz. In his first game, defensive tackle Adrian Tracy showed off how good he can with a sack on Blaine Gibbert that resulted in Jason Pierre-Paul jumping on the ball and giving the Giants back possession. Most eyes were on the other side of the ball especially when draft pick David Wilson got the ball. Wilson looked explosive when he returned a kickoff for 48 yards. Wilson seemed solid the entire game, however he did miss a handoff at the very end of the game, but that is what these games are for. “I knew the play,” Wilson said, explaining that the Giants had called two plays in the huddle. “I just thought it was the other play. I definitely can’t commit mistakes like that.” A running back who did impress was veteran D.J. Ware who ran for a touchdown and showed why he should be Ahmad Bradshaw's bakup. Wilson can learn a lot from Ware. He can learn how to not make the little mistakes, such as miscommunication, that can cost the Giants big. Coach Coughlin was not too happy with the end result, but knows that these young guys have great potential and just need some veteran wisdom to help with the mental mistakes. A player who has to step up is Prince Amukamara. Last year, he started the season as a rookie with a broken foot and had no time to learn the plays because of the foot and the lockout. When he was finally healthy, he still looked lost on the field and could not be left in the game because he was vulnerable to give up the big passes, however we gave him a pass because of all these factors. However, in his second year it is time for him to step it up. He still looked lost on the field and missed coverage which resulted in a big play for the Jaguars and eventually a touchdown. The Giants' sceondary needs to sit down with him and explain just how important it is to understand all the different coverages that they do have.