Five Things New York Giants Must Do To Beat Tennessee Titans

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Nov 23, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Frustration is evident on New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin face during the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. Dallas Cowboys defeat the New York Giants 31-28. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

5. Playing Disciplined Football

It has been evident that this Giants team has played too much undisciplined, sloppy football which has lead to too many agonizing turnovers, penalties, and miscues that have been a big reason why the Giants are in the position they are right now.

It is alarming how a team coached by Tom Coughlin who prides himself on playing smart, disciplined football plays the way that they do. This has lead to many questions regarding the talent on the team and whether or not the team still responds to Coughlin’s voice in the locker room and still believe if he can once again lead them to victory.

Bottom line is that if the Giants ever want to win another game this season, they must quit playing like a high school football team and start playing like professionals. They must play smarter and cut down on the penalties and communicate better with each other to limit the miscues.

The Giants have a strong tradition of playing smart disciplined football and it’s no secret it has been a big reason they have been successful over the years. It’s also a big reason why the lack of that on this year’s team for whatever reasons they may be, are also a big reason this team is playing for pride more than postseason hope.

If the Giants can get back to playing the type of football that they have been known to play for years, then they have a great shot at beating the Titans and start a solid foundation to build momentum for next season.

It would also be nice for the Giants to give themselves and fans something to cheer about that they haven’t had in almost two months. The taste of a win.