The NY Giants offense shows life in the first half.
The Giants offense can’t possibly be as bad as it’s been for three straight weeks. They will come out of their first-half funk this week with a bang on offense.
Joe Judge has shown all year he’s not afraid to take chances and show guts to win games this year. No game was more evident of that than Week 5 in Dallas.
The team scored on a tight end endaround, the first rushing touchdown by a tight end since 1996, they faked a field goal for a touchdown pass to Evan Engram, they used a flea-flicker, and they used a crossfield tackle-eligible pass for a timely two-point conversion.
By all means, this offense must come to life and show some energy and passion in their biggest game of the year. The buck stops here for three straight disappointing setbacks offensively.
Expect Daniel Jones and the rest of the offense to play aggressive, fast, and physical football. The team knows where they lie offensively. They will need a spark and it will have to come from all over and be a total team effort to get the job done.