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Giants 18: 4 things we learned as the Giants fall to 1-3

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2 months 1 week ago #80 by liny195
liny195 created the topic: Giants 18: 4 things we learned as the Giants fall to 1-3
Saints 33 Eli Manning Jersey , The New York Giants fell to the New Orleans Saints, and in doing so fell to 1-3 on the season. The game started out promisingly for New York, with the defense getting a stop on the Saint’s offense and the offense driving 75 yards for a touchdown. After that, however, things spiraled out of control for the Giants. We thought the team might have been on the verge of breaking out after their victory of the Houston Texans, but what have we learned about the team after their 33-18 loss to the Saints? The Giants need to come to play on offenseThe Giants’ offense has shown a distressing tendency to go in to a shell on offense. Too often we saw the Giants resort to short passes that traveled just a couple yards in the air against a Saints defense which had been the league’s worst to start the season. The plan seemed to be to try and control the clock and keep the Saints’ potent offense off the field and avoid a shootout. However, the Giants simply sputter when they go into their shell. It is too easy for defenses to contain the Giants’ playmakers and keep the game in front of them. It was the same problem we saw from the team against the Dallas Cowboys. The team needs to play with a wide-open throttle and try to win the game on offense, because if they play it safe, the offense just spins its wheels.The Giants can’t beat themselvesGiving up a first down on a fake punt. Fumbling the ball and nearly giving up a touchdown on the return. Penalties to kill their own drives and extend the Saints’. Mental mistakes leading to blown coverages or big plays. The Giants have the talent to compete, but not nearly so much that they can beat the opposing team and themselves at the same time. Unfortunately, the Giants have shown a tendency to do as much to beat themselves as the opposing team. The team made a point of bringing in veterans to help mentor and be steadying influences on the younger players, but there have simply been too many mental mistakes. The coaches have their work cut out for them shoring that up Authentic Odell Beckham Jr Jersey , but it might be too late to do much good in 2018.The defense has potentialDespite still being down two of their best players, the Giants’ defense played hard and contained the Saints’ offense for much of the game. They didn’t have any support from the offense after the first drive, but still played hard throughout the game. Ultimately, they couldn’t get off the field when they needed to, instead shattering to give up a third touchdown to Alvin Kamara. They played too well to be in that position to begin with. Eventually Olivier Vernon and Eli Apple will return, and the infusion of talent at the edge and in the secondary is much needed. The Giants’ defense has the potential to be one of the better ones in the league, but they will need to improve their depth and find some more speed.The offensive line is still a problemThere were plays where the Giants’ offensive line gave the Eli Manning time to find his receivers. But all too often there were Saints’ defenders precariously close to Eli Manning, hitting him or affecting his passes. Pressure came from across the offensive front, left, right, and up the middle, but as we have seen time and again from Manning Color Rush Jon Halapio Jersey , it was the pressure up the middle which had the greatest effect. Manning is far from mobile, but he has the ability to navigate the pocket andget away from pressure off the edge. He has little ability to deal with pressure through the A or B gaps. The team needs to open the throttle for the offense to function correctly and Manning to play his best, but they just can’t block for it to do so on a regular basis. The New York Giants didn’t really practice on Monday, just a day after losing to the Carolina Panthers. Had they practiced, however, as they look toward Thursday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles two key players would have been held out of practice.Tight end Rhett Ellison (foot) and placekicker Aldrick Rosas (right quad) are listed as Did Not Practice by the Giants in their initial Week 6 injury report. The extend of those injuries, or how they happened, isn’t known.The Giants are already without tight end Evan Engram (MCL sprain). Out the past two weeks, Engram was listed as limited on Monday.Rosas is 11-for-11 this season and made a career-long 53-yard field goal on Sunday.Also listed as limited in practice for the Giants were the following players:WR Jawill Davis ShoulderTEEvan Engram KneeDLJosh MauroGroinWR Russell Shepard NeckLBOlivier Vernon AnkleVernon (high ankle sprain) has yet to play this season. There has been some optimism the past two weeks that he might play. Perhaps the talented linebacker will make his season debut on Thursday.

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