4 biggest problems the NY Giants must fix against the Panthers in Week 2
By Reese Nasser
2. Start games faster
The Giants had a tale of two halves in Week 1. Heading into halftime, they were trailing 13-0, and at times, it felt like the gap was much bigger than that. The Titans’ offense struggled heavily, and that may not be the case for the Carolina Panthers.
With offensive weapons in Christian McCaffrey, DJ Moore, and Robbie Anderson, this offense could be quick to put points on the board. And always playing from behind is not something that this group should be doing this season.
In Week 1, the Giants looked uninspired in the first half. Moving the ball on offense seemed near impossible, and the defense struggled to make a play. And then something changed at halftime. And whatever occurred while that team was in the locker room, well it lit a fire under the players. If they can start a game in the same way that they finished this one, they could be a legitimate threat at all times.