The NY Giants did not show up for a football game today. They played porous football for 60 minutes straight and now the NFC East is fully wide open.
The NY Giants have a major problem on offense.
After four weeks of improved and inspiring play, the NY Giants took a major step back today vs the Arizona Cardinals. From the game’s first drive, seemingly everything went wrong for New York. Daniel Jones got strip-sacked by Markus Golden, who forced the fumble and returned it back 30 yards himself to the NY 9-yard line.
From there, the defense held and got a crucial 4-play goal-line stop and stopped Arizona from the 1-yard line.
Unfortunately, the offense never did its part Sunday and wasn’t able to move the ball or create any real opportunities.
Joe Judge and the NY Giants must look in the mirror as this is now the defining moment of their season. They snapped their win streak and are looking at missing a golden opportunity to win the division.
The Giants missed a huge chance to create more separation in the NFC East and solidify themselves as a legitimate playoff contender in the NFC.
Instead, they regressed and put on their worst performance since the Week 3 loss vs San Francisco.
The NFC East is now fully up for grabs. The Giants will root their hardest for the 49ers and New Orleans Saints to defeat the Washington Football Team and the Eagles.
We break down the wide-open NFC East picture here: