2015 New York Giants: 5 Ways To Make A Statement

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Nov 23, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (13) catches a touchdown pass over Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr (39) during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

1. Send A Statement With Consistency

How many times have you seen a team win a few games early in the season but the win streak was just a mirage in a season of disappointment? Look at the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 team that started 9-0, barely snuck into the playoffs and lost to the Colts despite having a three score lead. In the NFL you have to prove it and you have to keep proving it every single week.

The Giants must play with consistency. They cannot play down to the level of their opponent. They can not falter, they must put forth a perfect effort every single game. The Giants have to do the little things, they must hold on to the football, running backs have to pick up that tough block and defensive backs have to communicate. It is the little things that win and lose football games, so doing them right on a consistent basis is the way to win on a consistent basis.

The Giants must send a statement to the NFL in 2015 for a number of reasons. These are just 5 things they can do to prove themselves in the season ahead of them. The Giants have to make some noise in the playoffs. I know the Giants fans have had it pretty good but they deserve a winner.

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