.@BigBlueView & @BleedingGreen: Two innovative offenses meet, but does that matter in this rivalry? http://t.co/riSYfM1cX2 #GMCPlaybook— Marshall Faulk (@marshallfaulk) October 8, 2014
Hey, how about that. Marshall Faulk called the New York Giants' offense "innovative." Aside from the fact that he's right, the idea that the boring old New York Giants now run an "innovative" offense is sort of cool. Didn't see that coming on Tom Coughlin's watch, did you?
Anyway, back to the question. The fact that both offenses are "innovative" really doesn't matter. What does matter is that the Giants now have enough offensive firepower to have an opportunity to win should the game evolve into a high-scoring shootout.
What matters for the Giants on Sunday is whether or not they can keep their collective cool and execute in a hostile environment. What matters for the Giants is winning the turnover battle and not giving away points to the Eagles on special teams.
Agree or disagree, Giants fans?
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