NY Giants: 3 keys to pulling an upset against the Chiefs
After an upset victory against the Panthers, alongside a disappointing season from the Chiefs, it is not out of the realm of possibility that the NY Giants can pull yet another upset.
However, while it is not impossible, it is going to be very difficult. While the Chiefs have been struggling this season, so have the Giants.
Here are 3 keys for the NY Giants to have a chance at pulling an upset against the Chiefs:
After a nearly flawless game against a great Panthers defense, it only seems right that Jones will perform well again against a terrible Chiefs defense.
On the season the Chiefs’ defense has allowed the fifth-most passing yards, the 12th most passing touchdowns allowed, and third-most net yards per attempt.
As long as New York’s offensive line holds up Jones should have no issues throwing the ball.
While the offensive line has been a problem in games past they should not struggle nearly as badly as they usually do with the Chiefs pass rush ranking dead last in sacks with 8.
With Kadarius Toney seemingly returning from injury this week it will only make things easier for Jones.
Toney has already proved to be one of the most elusive receivers in the entire NFL and if he is good to play this week the NY Giants offense should have no problem against this bad Kansas City defense.