Well, at least someone's happy that the Giants ​will be sticking with Eli Manning in 2019.


The aging New York quarterback has been the center of attention for the Giants as the franchise incompetently tries to figure out what direction to go with for the future, much to the dismay of fans. Thus, the reports suggesting that the Giants are leaning towards utilizing ​Eli Manning again in 2019 are sure to come to the chagrin of Giants fans everywhere.


However, Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is thrilled that his favorite NFC East target will be returning. Considering Lawrence sacked Manning twice last year, continuing to have the opportunity to get after the famously immobile quarterback will only help him in his quest to earn the honors of Defensive Player of the Year. 

​​The Cowboys are paying Lawrence $21 million next year, as well as a $5 million signing bonus, so he will want to show he's worth the investment by constantly applying pressure to Manning and the Giants' offensive line. 


Every quarterback has a rival defensive lineman that torments them constantly. For Manning, it looks like it will continue to be Tank Lawrence. 

​​There are big expectations for Dallas in 2019, but with Manning under center again for the Giants, the Cowboys are already salivating at the opportunity to take down the veteran yet again.


However, whether Dallas can handle the attack of Saquon BarkleyEvan Engram, and Golden Tate is another story.