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Giants news, 9/19: Breaking down the offensive line play, more headlines

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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are a few headlines to get your Wednesday started.

Traina: A closer look at the Giants offensive line’s struggles against Dallas – The Athletic
A breakdown of what went wrong on three plays that epitomized the team's protection problems on Sunday night.

Giants' defense and offense remain together at 0-2 | Newsday
The main fallout from the inability of the Giants’ offense to score is losing. People giggle when coaches or analysts list a key to victory as “scoring more points” than the other team, but when a tea

The Saquon Barkley-Bill O'Brien connection from Penn State | Newsday
Saquon Barkley never played for Bill O’Brien at Penn State, but the two did cross paths at the college. In fact, O’Brien might have played an important role in getting Barkley to play there. In 2013,

The ‘toxic combination’ that is devastating the Giants
They play the same position, but other than that there is nothing about Eli Manning that reminds anyone of Russell Wilson, and vice versa. One is tall, one is...

Former Giants wide receiver Joe Jurevicius robbed at gunpoint in Ohio
Former Super Bowl champion and ex-Giant Joe Jurevicius recently was robbed at gunpoint, he told police and reporters, as part of what authorities think may...

Eli Manning and the Giants offense provides 'a tough challenge for us,' says Texans coach Bill O'Brien - NY Daily News
If Bill O’Brien sees any erosion in Eli Manning, he certainly wasn’t going to admit it in a conference call with reporters Tuesday.

Betting odds list Bill O’Brien as favorite to be first NFL head coach fired | The Sports Daily
NFL teams play only 16 regular-season games, and as a result, head coaches tend to be on a short leash. Teams that start the season in an 0-2 hole have an extremely difficult chance of making the playoffs, as only 10 of 91 NFL teams that have lost their first two regular-season games have qualifi...