Coming into the NY Giants matchup against the Eagles, it was expected that Big Blue would have to play near perfect if they wanted a chance to win. Needless to say, that didn’t happen. The Giants lost this game 48-22 in embarrassing fashion. While the Eagles may be arguably the best team in the league, that’s no excuse for how horrid certain members of the Giants performed.
It’s very obvious that this Giants team needs their injured players back in order to be competitive, as the replacements for these players had a big role in the team’s downfall on Sunday.
The Giants play the biggest game of their season next week against the Commanders, if they win, they will likely make the playoffs, if not, it may be over. One thing is certain though, if these four players have repeat performances, the team will be in big trouble.
4. OG Mark Glowinski
It has been a very long season for Mark Glowinski, who joined the Giants last offseason on a three year, $20 million contract. Since then, Glowinski has allowed five sacks, which ranks third among guards, and 27 combined pressures.
This week was no different, as Glowinski just looked useless out there. Yes, the Eagles defensive line is no joke, however, it’s hard to tell if Glowinski even had a single positive play. Glowinski made it known it was going to be another stinker from him right from the start.
The entire offensive line played horribly this game, so it’s hard to pin it all on just Glowinski, however, with how much money Joe Schoen invested on him, he must play better. He has been the opposite of reliable for Daniel Jones.
Entering the Giants matchup against the Commanders next week, Glowinski must step up against their incredibly talented defensive line. Considering he allowed two sacks in the Giants last matchup against Washington, though, we doubt that happens.