During the preseason, the New York Giants were told time and time again that the only weak spot on the entire team was its receiving core. The defensive line was heralded (prematurely) as the biggest thing since Eli Manning's latest contract. The secondary was solid as a whole, because surely second year man Kenny Phillips would play incredible, and what about Aaron Ross? Send him to the Pro Bowl! The running game would remain as strong as ever even without Derrick Ward because Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw had the talent to carry the rock behind an immensely powerful offensive line. Wow. How accurate were those assessments? The defensive line is nothing but atrocious, and has only recently begun to show signs of improvement. The secondary has been nothing if not banged up and injured ...
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