NY Giants: Why The G-Men Must Find Their Running Identity To Make Playoffs

September 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Before the Giants have any thoughts on making the playoffs they must first find their identity. The game plan for last weeks game against the Colts was very suspect. Moving forward the Giants must realize that the key to this teams success is the running game.
Just because the Giants have a good young receiving core does not mean they should abandon the running game. The Giants quite frankly are not that great to be abandoning their greatest strength as a football team.
If you don’t believe me ponder this, Eli Manning threw for 4,021 yards last season more yards than he has ever thrown in his career in a single season and the Giants went 8-8. Albeit the secondary had a lot to do with that, but still the Giants lacked a running game last year.
The Giants in the offseason got their secondary healthy and even improved it. Understandable is the fact that they did not play that well against the Colts. But we all know we expected the Colts to win that foot...

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