The New York Giants' loss Thursday night to the floundering Denver Broncos has finally put perspective on the roller coaster ride that is the Giants seasonùthey're not good. Whether the bottom has fallen out of a team with unlimited potential, or they just never had it to start, is insignificant at this point because one thing has become apparent: The Giants offense is not the villain but the victim of head-scratching play calling. It is easy to recognize the talent the Giants possess on the offensive side of the ball. Brandon Jacobs was one of the league's top running backs last season, Eli Manning is a Pro Bowl-caliber quarterback, and Steve Smith is one of the league's leading wide receivers, so the finger of blame does not point to the field, but rather to the sideline at the on ...
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