Have the New York Giants (3-9) hit rock bottom? After surging out to a 21-point lead against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10), New York lost two key fumbles, and the game, 25-24 at EverBank Field.
Las Vegas tells us the New York Giants (3-8) are a three point favorite versus the home Jacksonville Jaguars (1-10) at EverBank Field on Sunday. The G-men have not been able to establish a rushing attack, or protect their quarterback on a regular basis this season.
The New York Football Giants will miss the NFL playoffs for a third consecutive season, and that fact alone makes the probability of changes very high as the calendar turns to 2015. The Giants spent over $114 million this off season, in a buying spree that was not worth the effort. So what is in store for the New York Giants this off season?
The New York Football Giants (3-8) dropped another winnable game, as New York could not hold an early lead, and then allowed a late Tony Romo to Dez Bryant touchdown, as the Dallas Cowboys (8-3) remained tied for the NFC East lead with a 31-28 victory at the Meadowlands.
The Dallas Cowboys (7-3) head back to work after completing their bye week. The New York Giants (3-7) begin the process of playing out the string, but they do get a player back from the injury list this week.
For a franchise that considers itself a model NFL team, the New York Football Giants seem likely to experience a third straight season without a playoff berth. In the face of a 7-9 season last year, the front office promised major changes, but those changes have fallen far short of expectations.
The New York Football Giants (3-7) have lost five games in a row, and the team will equal last year’s six game losing streak with a loss to the visiting Dallas Cowboys (7-3). The Cowboys were on their bye last week, but actually gained ground in the division race, as the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Packers in Green Bay.
On a day when the New York Giants (3-7) straightened out their defensive woes, the “broken” offense re-emerged, and the result was another loss for Big Blue. Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers (6-4) did just enough to escape the Meadowlands with a 16-10 victory.
New England hopes its offensive line continues to play well when it meets Indianapolis.
In the cold and rain of the Pacific Northwest, New York Giants’ rookie receiver, Odell Beckham, Jr. offered the one ray of sunshine against the world champion Seattle Seahawks, in what is fast becoming another disastrous season for Big Blue.