Last year the New York Giants struggled on many levels: the non-existent running game, the abundance of El Manning interceptions, and the 0-6 start to the season.
With the start of preseason underway, Big Blue will look to right the ship that crashed and burned as soon it left the port last season.
While training camp has already brought its share of bad news to the team, there are many positives for Giants fans to be excited about. The acquisition of cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a revamped offense under offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo could guide the G-Men in the right direction.
The 2014 season must provide more bright spots and more consistency, which the team grossly lacked in 2013 — and I believe it will. Here are my game-by-game projections for this season.