Top 5 Reasons Why New York Giants Are Failing

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Nov 9, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) fumbles the ball while trying to make a pass during the second half against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated New York 38-17. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

1. The Decline Of Eli Manning

As you’ve probably seen from the majority of games this season by the Giants, it all starts at quarterback. Eli Manning isn’t the player he once was and often times looks confused, defeated and just frustrated every time his team either doesn’t score or commits a turnover. Considering that he picked up exactly where he left off from last year by giving up costly interceptions, Manning continues to regress. It’s to the point of questioning whether or not he should even be a part of the future long-term plans for the franchise because change needs to happen if the Giants plan to contend anytime soon.

Overall, this is probably the biggest area the Giants need to spend some serious time thinking about what to do. Should they bring in another veteran quarterback that can execute their West Coast offense better? Is quarterback Ryan Nassib ready to take his career to the next level? Should the Giants use their precious first-round draft pick and trade up to get the best available in the draft? Only time will tell what course of action the organization will take but one thing is for sure, major changes are coming once the offseason is upon them.

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