The New York Giants scored a measly 14 points against a team that surrendered 80 through two weeks. Injuries to Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton combined with terrible individual mistakes led to an ineffective offense that only scored one touchdown. New York won time of possession, had 50 more yards than Atlanta, and gained more first downs, but they couldn’t secure the victory.
It’s very easy to be pessimistic about this Giants offense - they earned that - but that doesn’t necessarily mean everything is terrible. There’s a lot to clean up, and living up to the “disciplined” reputation that Joe Judge preaches is a good start, but there were positive plays to go over. I attempt to illuminate that in the video below.
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