The NY Giants enter Week 12 with a 3-7 record. Their record could just as easily be 7-3 or 0-10 with a few different bounces of the football. Let’s review the 2020 season so far.
This has been quite the season for the NY Giants.
The NY Giants started the year off 0-5, and then picked up their first win before losing again to drop to 1-7 halfway through the season. Four weeks later, and the Giants are riding a two-game winning streak along with a chance to go into first place in the NFC East after this weekend.
The entire season has been defined by close games, some heartbreak, bad finishes at the end, along with more recent signs of a team able to finish a game and close it out when it matters most.
NY can only hope to see more of the latter part for the last six weeks of the season.
The division is wide open for anybody’s takings right now. Big Blue has to be thankful they’re in this opportunity after such a bad start. That bad start could’ve gone much differently if just a few plays went the team’s way the first eight weeks.
Let’s break down what went wrong for NY the first half of the season and what could have been for the Giants.