Amani Toomer: Improved NY Giants Running Game Will Help the Passing Attack

November 9, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When it comes to having success in the passing game, there’s no greater benefit to a quarterback and his receivers than to having a functioning running game.
Just ask former New York Giants wide receiver turned NFL analyst Amani Toomer, who believes that the lack of a balanced offensive attack is a primary contributor to the Giants being ranked 30th in the NFL with 17.6 points scored per game.
In an exclusive interview with Bleacher Report, Toomer, who this weekend will be helping to promote the Charmin Relief Project that will be held in the MetLife Stadium parking lot before the Giants-Raiders game, said that the lack of a running game has shown thus far that the Giants passing game isn't capable of carrying the team by itself. 
“In (offensive coordinator) Kevin Gilbride’s offense, they like to have as close to a 50-50 balance in terms of run and pass, and the fact that they haven’t had that for the majority of the season has been a problem...

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