Michael Strahan quote on state of the Giants is enough to make you cry

The Giants legend knows how much of a disappointment this season has been

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Where did everything go wrong for the NY Giants this season? The expectations were sky-high for this squad, as they went 9-7-1 last year, took down the Vikings in the Wild Card Round and added plenty of talent during the offseason.

Despite that, Big Blue enters Sunday's game with a 2-8 record and people aren't optimistic at all they'll be able to top the Commanders on the road. Last Sunday, the Cowboys dominated the G-Men on their way to a 49-17 win. Team legend Michael Strahan caught the action and even he was sick to his stomach seeing the way America's Team took care of business:

Micahel Strahan is heartbroken seeing the Giants play so poor

At the time of that quote from Strahan, the Giants were down 28-0 at halftime at AT&T Stadium. No one expected New York to post an upset win, but come on, couldn't they have at least made things competitive?

Dallas did whatever they wanted on offense, with quarterback Dak Prescott throwing for 404 yards and four touchdowns, while adding another score on the ground. Brandin Cooks and CeeDee Lamb put on a receiver clinic too.

These past three weeks have been a nightmare for Brian Daboll and his staff. Against the Jets, the Giants completely choked away a win at the end of regulation - they ended up losing in overtime. Then against the Raiders, a 30-6 loss was recorded.

You already know how things went against Dallas. Yes, the injuries on both sides of the ball have plagued this team, but that's no excuse for the terrible play we're seeing each weekend. Something has to change for this squad and fast. Otherwise, the headaches are only going to keep on coming in for Strahan and everyone else who loves this team. We've all suffered enough.