Predicting NFC Playoff Seeds: Are Giants In The Mix?

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Oct 19, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (13) celebrates his second quarter touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

5. New York Giants: 10-6

The New York Giants have so much talent that it just has to work out. This team will have problems. The offensive line will have its struggles as it depends heavily on a rookie offensive tackle. That being said the offensive line will be good enough. The defense still isn’t a masterpiece but it should certainly be better than it was in the 2014 season. As long as the Giants don’t suffer devastating injuries that cripple the team, the talent of this team will carry us to the playoffs.

The Giants receiving corps is out of this world talented. Odell Beckham Jr. is already one of the best the game has to offer. Victor Cruz is a playmaker. Rueben Randle is very talented and tight end Larry Donnell is emerging as a quality option in the passing game. The Giants offense will be one of the best in football. Make no mistake about it, there will be ups and downs this season. When it is all said and done though, its hard to see all of that talent being wasted.

The Giants will put on a show every single week. Win or lose the Giants are going to be competitive in every game. The defense won’t be a pushover this season. The offense will put up three touchdowns per game, easily. The defense has got to hold teams under 21 points per game. With a greatly reinvigorated pass rush and a strong secondary the defense will excel at sacks and takeaways. 10-6 and a wild card spot would be pretty satisfying after the past two seasons.

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