Blueprint for Giants’ Potent Offense to Tear Apart Tough 49ers Defense

October 10, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Giants have a complex offensive blueprint to defeat the San Francisco 49ers' grueling defense this Sunday.
Throw the football.
All jokes aside, New York's passing offense was dominant against the Niners' defense in both meetings during the Giants' 2011 Super Bowl run.
A Week 10 meeting at Candlestick Park saw Eli Manning and his receiving corps find plenty of open space, as Manning threw for 311 yards and two touchdowns, including six receptions and 84 yards for Victor Cruz.
Hakeem Nicks made the most of his two receptions, going for 41 yards and a touchdown in a 27-20 losing battle against San Francisco.
Nicks—who missed the last three games due to knee and ankle injuries—apparently hinted to teammate Ahmad Bradshaw that the wide out would play for the G-Men on Sunday in San Francisco, according to Jorge Castillo of The Star-Ledger.
Nicks and the Giants' passing game were dominant again in the NFC Championship game during last sea...

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