This week's #GMCPlaybook question is an interesting one that opens up endless possibilities. You could plug in legendary New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor. That would never be the wrong thing to do in a situation like this. You could defensive end Reggie White, or a safety like Ronnie Lott or Ed Reed in his prime. You could add a running back like Gale Sayers or Barry Sanders. You could add a bulldozing offensive lineman like, say, Anthony Munoz or Walter Jones.
My choice? The best wide receiver of all time and a guy who built his Hall of Fame career in the original version of the West Coast-based offense the Giants now run, Jerry Rice.
What have we talked about all week -- the lack of explosive plays from the offense. I can't think of a better way to fix that than to put Rice opposite Odell Beckham Jr.
What happens in this scenario is that the field suddenly becomes wide open. Routes get run correctly, Beckham is free to see single coverage, the middle becomes more spacious for Larry Donnell. Eli Manning is a happy guy.
What would you do in this situation, Giants fans?