Daniel Jones and the NY Giants offense have been a disappointment through the first half of the season
The NY Giants’ offense has been one of the biggest disappointments, and storylines of the NFL season’s first seven games.
Entering next Monday’s game against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Daniel Jones and the NY Giants’ offense has been among the most inept in the league.
The Giants’ offense ranks 31st in total offense, averaging just 282.4 yards per game, 28th in passing offense, averaging 184.3 yards per game, and 31st in scoring, averaging only 17.4 points per game.
In an era of pinball offenses led by elite duel-threat quarterbacks, the Giants’ offense has struggled to find any sort of identity, either as a big-play aerial attack or a ground and pound yard churning machine.
What has gone wrong? Who has stepped up? Scroll through for a look at who the Giants’ five best offensive players have been through the first seven games, using Pro Football Focus rankings and our analysis: