Four Ways the New York Giants Can Add Some Much-Needed Punch

Posted: 3rd January 2010 by Julius Caesar in NFL
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Even the most ardent Big Lose critics must admit that the team severely underachieved.á Except at Defensive and Offensive Tackles, the Giants, in other words, do not lack talent at critical positions.á Instead, they are severely mismanaged.á Consider three critical areas which merely require simple adjustments:á First, the running game is most indicative of this core problem.á Brandon Jacobs is a battering ram with deceptive speed.á Amad Bradshaw is a scatback with deceptive power.á Each looks like how theyÆre supposed to be used. However, the Giants' offensive coordinator Kevin (Killdrive) Gilbride has reversed their roles at times. Second, the passing game is completely unimaginative. áSteve Smith, Mario Manningham (when he manages to hold onto the ball), and Hakeem Nicks are no ...

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