He completed less than 38 percent of his 53 passing attempts and threw for 190 yards, which gave him an epically bad 3.58 yards per attempt in the 23-7 loss to New York.
You'd think the Giants would've been scared off, but it's not the case.
Instead, Freeman will now back up Eli and give the Giants a fairly decent backup option should something happen to Manning injury-wise.
Despite reports, it's unlikely the Giants are really worried about Manning's play randomly declining.
The deal is, according to Fox Sports Mike Garafolo, a one-year contract.