3 keys to victory for NY Giants vs. Washington Football Team
The NY Giants listless effort on offense, and defense, against the Denver Broncos doesn’t inspire much confidence entering Week 2 against the Washington Football team
Following last Sunday’s uninspired performance, the NY Giants showed fans what they have to offer in 2021 — and it precluded them from defeating a competitive Denver Broncos team.
Without the following adjustments to their game, it could also prevent them from bouncing back against the Washington Football Team in Week 2.
When it comes to Giants‘ matchup against one of this year’s NFC East favorites, the game plan should be simple: Get Kenny Golladay involved, plug the holes in their secondary, and light a fire under QB Daniel Jones.
The NY Giants travel to the nation’s capital for Thursday Night Football. Here’s how they leave FedExField with a Win.
NY Giants must center their passing game around No. 1 receiver
Although sixth-year receiver Sterling Shepard stole the show with a stellar offensive performance in Week 1 (7 receptions for 113 yards and a 37-yard TD catch), it’s the recently signed Golladay whom the Giants need in order to overcome CB Kendall Fuller and a solid Washington Football defense this week.
The Giants invested $40 million of guaranteed salary as part of their four-year, $72 million deal with the former Detroit Lion wideout this past offseason. They need something to show for it: starting with receptions, leading to TDS, and culminating in Wins!