The Giants signed Josh Freeman to be their backup quarterback, despite seeing the worst of him last year.
And Freeman vowed to not repeat that kind of performance, with a little help.
Upon signing his contract with the Giants yesterday, Freeman said he hopes to never repeat the kind of miserable performance he put out there with the Vikings, going 20-of-53 for 190 yards with an interception in a loss to the Giants.
“I think, as a competitor, I don’t really see myself in that situation,” he said, via Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger. “It’s definitely a change of pace for me and frustrating on the field. I don’t really see that happening again as long as I’m playing. I expect to go out and when I play, play well.
“Last year was rough all around, but I’m happy to get a new start here and have an opportunity to be there for the Giants and see where it goes.”
Freeman got his first chance to hang with Eli Manning (along with Curtis Painter and Ryan Nassib), and seemed to relish the opportunity to take a deep breath.