3 reasons the NY Giants season can't be turned around

Four games in and this NY Giants season is looking like its over

Seattle Seahawks v New York Giants
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2. The Giants offensive line is a joke

I'm sorry, but what a horrendous performance by the Giants offensive line against the Seahawks. Fans have never seen anything like this and even though Andrew Thomas was inactive for the second straight week, were they ever that sharp anyway?

On the night against the Seahawks, they gave up an absurd 11 sacks and made Jones run for his life practically all night, giving him no time at all to take any sort of shot downfield. How can we expect Jones to live up to his contract when he's not getting the proper protection?

What else can you say except the fact that the Giants offensive line has been an unmitigated disaster? If you can't protect your quarterback, you won't be expected to win games in the NFL, especially when you're in the same division as the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and Washington Commanders, who have many skill players on the defensive side of the ball.

The Giants offensive line has been the team's biggest Achilles heel for quite some time and after Monday night's total meltdown, there's no reason to believe the guys up front will get things right moving forward.