Good morning and Happy New Year, New York Giants fans!
Jason Garrett knows offense needs to step up
The Giants are 31st in the league in offense and have not reached the 20-point mark in their last five games. That kind of performance just isn’t going to cut it Sunday in a must-win game against the Dallas Cowboys.
“We want to play better offensively, there’s no question about that,” Garrett said on Thursday. “We have to run it better, we have to throw it better, we have to score more points, and we have to contribute to winning in other ways too by being more productive.”
“Special” safety trio
The signing of Logan Ryan means that Ryan, Jabrill Peppers and Xavier McKinney will stay together at the back end of the Giants’ defense.
I love playing with Logan for the couple games that I’ve gotten to actually play with him and be out there with him. And I love playing with Pep,” McKinney said on Thursday. “I think it’s going to be a really fun ride, to be honest, especially when we do get in the offseason and we get to build that chemistry. I’ll have a longer process just being with them, and we’ll be all together for a longer amount of time and we’ll be able to build that chemistry throughout the offseason. I think it’s going to be really fun. I think we’re going to do a lot of special things.”
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