Evan Neal and Giants OL didn't give Daniel Jones a prayer in deflating loss to Cowboys

The former No. 7 overall pick had another terrible showing for the G-Men
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What happened to all the talk of the NY Giants offensive line improving this offseason? What happened to right tackle Evan Neal, who worked his tail off to improve his body and technique, getting ready to have a big second year?

The final whistle just blew in East Rutherford and the G-Men should be ashamed of themselves. New York was hoping to post an upset win at MetLife Stadium against their NFC East rivals, but the Cowboys ended up celebrating a 40-0 victory.

Nothing positive can be taken away from this contest. The negatives? There are too many to discuss, but we 100 percent have to bring up the horrendous play of the offensive line. The group had Danny Dimes running for his life throughout the night. Their play was unacceptable.

Evan Neal owes Daniel Jones an apology for how he played against the Cowboys

If Jones even tried to blink, he'd have a Dallas pass-rusher in his face. In the first half alone, the Cowboys recorded four sacks and countless pressures - Jones was 5-of-13 for 43 yards and two interceptions, one that wasn't entirely his fault, but it was still taken back to the house for six. Dallas finished with seven sacks in total of Danny Dimes, while Jones was held to 145 total yards. Woof.

If you look on Twitter or X (whatever the heck you want to call it), people are quite unhappy with the play of Neal in particular. Micah Parsons was having his way with him too many times. Matter of fact, any guy in a white jersey was making Neal look silly.

Cowboys fans were dancing inside of MetLife while Giants fans were left with sad looks on their faces. You can't blame them for that. All of the exciting talk surrounding this team has been wiped away after 60 minutes of garbage play.

Everything was a mismatch in terms of the Giants offensive line trying to contain the Cowboys pass-rush. General manager Joe Schoen needs to get on the horn as soon as possible to try and bring in some veteran hosses for a visit. This offensive line needs major help as soon as possible.

Jones won't have a chance to hit his receivers if the guys up front don't wake up and remember what they do for a living. Yes, the Cowboys defense is stellar and will have them in the NFC East title conversation the rest of the way, but Neal and Co. owe Jones an apology for their inability to do their job in primetime to start the campaign. This was a pitiful showing from them.

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