New York Giants’ Offense is Lurking in the Shadows, Ready To Explode

May 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Giants, the NFL, and any media outlet spent the entire 2010 offseason talking about how terrible the Giants' defense was in 2009. Justifiably so, considering they suffered a ton of injuries leading to eight losses in 11 games.
What they haven't talked about, however, is the possibility of a top three offense emerging in 2010 and almost certainly one ranked in the top 10.
Before you practically rip the wheel off your mouse as you scroll down to comment, read my points and then form an opinion.
Eli Manning is coming off the best year in his career, where the running game was the worst it has been since he took over the team. This is the same person who supposedly did not possess the ability to take over an offense due to his awful decision making and inconsistent play.
A "game-manager."
No quarterback in the NFL wants to be associated with that phrase, so Eli erased any notion of it the only way he knew how—showing his improvement on the field....

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