New York Giants: 5 Players to Watch vs. Kansas City

September 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Changes are coming for the New York Giants.
They have to be, right? After all, this team is off to its worst start since 1996, and clearly what they have been doing so far has not worked.
This week’s changes are mostly driven by injuries to the offensive line, who will be missing starters David Baas (neck) at center and Chris Snee (hip) at right guard.
Those two players’ absences will mean that the Giants will field their sixth different offensive line configuration since the preseason and their third one in four regular season games. 
That’s not good news for an offensive line that, according to NFL.com statistics for Week 4, is ranked 27th overall, or a line who is part of the league’s worst rushing attack (133 rushing yards, or 44.3 per game).
The pass protection hasn’t been that much better. New York is tied with the St. Louis Rams and Philadelphia Eagles with 11 sacks, the second most given up this season t...

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