New York Giants: 2015 Season Prediction

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Oct 16, 2011; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive end Spencer Johnson (left) is blocked by New York Giants offensive tackle Will Beatty (65) at the line of scrimmage during the second quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE

Week 4 @Buffalo Bills: Win

A new coach, no quarterback, and a team with one winning season in a decade shouldn’t sound like a challenge but the Buffalo Bills are geared to have a top flight defense to go along with a pair of dynamic running backs. The Giants will struggle to get the run game going against Rex Ryan’s defense but Buffalo’s lack of a quarterback should be enough for the Giants to take this game. The Giants cornerbacks are solid across the board and can shut down Buffalo’s receivers, especially with Cassell at the helm, who rarely throws the deep ball. Underneath routes and an underwhelming passing attack, despite Sammy Watkins, is something the G-Men will be able to handle. Rookie Landon Collins will be able to play closer to the line of scrimmage to help in run support and the Giants quick passing game will offset the Bills pass rush and the Giants receivers will be too much for the Buffalo secondary to handle. Giants win by a touchdown. 4-0.

Next: Week 5