1. Keep Tommy DeVito protected
While DeVito is the talk of the news as of late, the Giants offensive line is not getting the love they deserve. With the Giants' long past of injuries and poor play up front, the O-line should get their flowers for protecting DeVito so well, especially last week.
In the matchup against the Packers, the Giants allowed zero sacks. This foreign idea to Giants' fans is a welcoming surprise, making DeVito's spectacular performance much more believable. As a young, undrafted quarterback, every split second DeVito gets to pick apart opposing defenses and make intelligent decisions is of the utmost importance.
Taking sacks was the main flaw in his first three appearances under center. It's clear that during the BYE week, it was an emphasis point that the Giants seemed to fix. With DeVito's oozing confidence and swagger, look for him to continue playing quality football with the help of an O-Line that finally seems to be finding its groove.