3 NY Giants keys to offensive success in second half of the season
Score TD’s in the Red Zone
The NY Giants are the absolute worst team in the NFL when it comes to red zone TD efficiency.
New York’s 44% is even lower than last year’s putrid 46%. Scoring wins games, is not that the point of playing?
This goes hand and hand with the conservative approach this team has taken to the offensive game plan.
With the defense playing well the last three games, the offense scoring would certainly help the team. The weapons are there in Kyle Rudolph, Kadarius Toney, and Kenny Golladay should be back.
Evan Engram catches a ton of flak but his big body can make a difference at the goal line. The return of Saquan Barkley will obviously be huge for any time they are down there. In the second half, they just cannot keep settling for three.
The outlook for the second half is pretty optimistic hopefully, all the first half would’ve, could’ve and, should’ve moments are done and over. There will need to be big changes in the offense, however, if the NY Giants would like to end the season with some positive momentum.