New York Giants: 4 Down Territory 5-12 Edition

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Dec 7, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) signals from the line against the Tennessee Titans during the first half at LP Field. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

This is the new start of a new series of articles. Every week I will do a 4 down territory article in which I will discuss the four things burning on my New York Giants mind. It seemed like today was a good day to get the ball rolling. If you’re like me you just want something that isn’t about deflated footballs at this point. Now more than ever you need a dose of Giants talk, and I have you covered.

Today I am going to discuss the best possible ways for the Giants to use their rookie strong safety, Landon Collins. I will talk about his strengths and weaknesses and how the Giants can put him in a position to be successful. I will then explore the potential of late round draft pick, Geremy Davis. Davis is a very intriguing wide receiver from UCONN, is he a diamond in the rough?

On third down, we will talk about ways of getting to the quarterback, using the Giants defensive personnel. It takes more than just athletic pass rushers in the NFL, it takes strategy and skill as well. Finally on fourth down we will take a look at how Odell Beckham Jr. will avoid a proverbial sophomore slump.

There is plenty of things to talk about today and none of it revolves around PSI, the New England Patriots or their ball boy. The football media has forgotten that other teams exist, the Giants deserve some attention too. So with that in mind here we go.

Next: 1st Down: How To Utilize Landon Collins