The NY Giants offensive woes continue.
Before kick off on Sunday the New York Giants ranked #13 in passing offense; however 3rd in the their own division. The rushing offense gets worse. The Giants were ranked 24th in the NFL and 3rd in the NFC East. After Sunday’s loss to Seattle running the ball continues to be a problem.
The tough, durable and productive offensive line that the Giants have had since 2005 has all but disappeared. Ahmad Bradshaw the featured back in the Giants’ offense has not had a 100 yard rushing game this season and only 1 game over 60 yards.
New acquired center David Baas is hurt with a neck injury that has become day to day and Pro Bowl Guard Chris Snee was sent to the hospital for observations after receiving a concussion during the Giants last drive. This will certainly cripple the Giants O line as the face a re-surging and emotional Buffalo Bills team.
Even with the Giants scurrying for healthy players no one knew that the big boys upfront for the S...