Serious question: Will the Giants Win a Game in 2017?

October 11, 2017 • Ben Heck • Features, Front Page, New York Giants, NFC, NFC East

This is ugly.

Seriously, oh so ugly.

It may even be Cleveland Browns ugly? Depends on who you talk to, I suppose.

But you know it’s bad when “Eli Manning to the Jaguars” rumors start to swirl.

OBJ and Brandon Marshall are both gone for the season. You lose a game to the previously-winless Los Angeles Chargers despite leading late in the fourth quarter.

And when Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson tweet at you, you know you’re desperate for wide receiver help.

The Giants are struggling so bad right now that the New York Jets actually look like a competent franchise.

The offense ranks 28th in scoring and starting running back Paul Perkins has just 61 yards on 32 carries (1.9 YPC) with his longest run of the season being just 14 yards.

It’s bad all the way around, and looking at their remaining schedule it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any easier.

Broncos and Seahawks the next two weeks before a much-needed bye week. Then it’s L.A. Rams (winnable), San Francisco 49ers (winnable), Chiefs, Redskins (twice), Raiders, Cowboys, Eagles and Cardinals.

If the Giants don’t beat the Niners Nov. 12, they could honestly end up going winless in 2017.

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