Giants lose their best player, lose two of their best defensive players, and give up the crown to the Cowboys
A win over the Cowboys in Week 17 could be just what the Giants needed to make up for a disappointing start to the season.
The Giants are coming off of a Week 16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, where they gave up a career-high 30 points to the run-heavy Cowboys defense.
The loss comes as the Giants have now given up an average of 27.3 points per game through their first five games, a team-worst mark in the league.
With that loss, the Giants are now 0-8, which is also the worst start to a season in team history.
With a win, the team will have their best start since the 2010 season.
And, with a win in Week 18, they will have the best start in team franchise history.
Let’s take a look at who the Giants will be facing in Week 16: Giants defense is ranked 29th in Football Outsiders’ DVOA and is allowing the third most points per attempt on the ground in the NFL.
That’s good for the sixth worst mark in that category, behind the Cleveland Browns, San Francisco 49ers, and Kansas City Chiefs.
With so many points allowed on the road, the Cowboys defense is likely to give up a lot of big plays.
This could result in some of the Giants best play in Week 1.
It would also put them in a good spot to come away with a victory.
The defense has been solid since Week 1, ranking in the top five in DVOA each week.
The team is also ranked in the bottom six in opponent passer rating, meaning that the Giants defense allows a whopping 17.8 points per play.
With the defense allowing only 18.5 points per snap, the offense will be able to do a lot more with the ball in their hands.
In a week like this, the first drive should be a chance for Eli Manning to take control of the game.
The offense should get its best chance to score on the first play of the drive, as Manning should see a ton of open field opportunities on third down.
This is one of the few games in which the Giants should be able play without Eli.
The second drive should also be a nice opportunity for Manning to have a chance to get some points on the scoreboard.
On third down, the second and third downs should be fairly open.
Manning should be looking for some easy touchdowns.
The best way to do that is to get the Giants first touchdown on the ensuing possession.
That should give Manning a huge lead, with the defense giving up just five points on its first two drives.
If Manning can get the first down and score the first touchdown of the day, the defense should give up just one more point.
That would put the Giants in a strong position for the game-winning score.
The third drive of the first half should be another easy score for the offense.
Manning could have a lot to work with with the second half of the season, as the Cowboys offense will likely have a great week of practice.
The Cowboys defense has allowed an average total of 26.3 yards per play on the day and has given up just 21 points.
The next drive could be a huge opportunity for the Giants to get another score.
This will be a game where the Giants offense will need to make some big plays, especially when the offense is playing without Eli Manning.
Eli Manning and the Giants might need a win for Eli to have any chance of a repeat of his 2016 performance.
If the Giants can keep Manning off the field for a period of time, they should have a very good chance to keep things close in the game for the win.
With this game being so close, the stakes are high.
If Eli Manning can keep his head, the quarterback should be in a very strong spot for the first score.
Eli’s play will be an important factor in determining the outcome of this game.