4 adjustments Brian Daboll must make if he wants to upset Philly

The Giants need to do things a little different if they want to end their dry spell against the Eagles

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2. Keep unleashing Jalin Hyatt

Jalin Hyatt's rookie season has fluctuated in terms of usage. He has four games with no targets. Going into last week, it was strange how the Giants didn't plan anything for Hyatt in their loss to Philadelphia. He didn't even receive a single target. Especially with how depleted the Eagles' secondary was and still is, using Hyatt seemed obvious.

Now it's time for Daboll and company to learn from their mistakes. With Tyrod Taylor at the helm last week, he looked to Hyatt numerous times. He only had three catches for 25 yards, but had some major yards taken back due to a holding penalty.

Hyatt also had a drop earlier in the game that would've went for a big gain. However, it's good to see that the coaching staff and Tyrod are looking to get their young, dynamic pass-catcher more opportunities down the field. After not getting any opportunities against the Eagles on Christmas, it's time for Hyatt to be unleashed.