New York Giants Relying On Big Blue Sinkhole For "Whatever"


This is no secret. The New York Giants need some offensive production. In week 8, prior to the bye, the Seattle Seahawks held quarterback Daniel Jones to 176 passing yards. That's not an alarmingly low number. However, when the total number of offensive yards totals 225 for the game, then the Giants have an issue they need to address. Let's look at Big Blue's wide receivers. Through 9 weeks of the NFL season, including last week's bye, Darius Slayton leads the Giants with 232 yards. For perspective, Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins leads the NFL in receiving yards with 1104. The number is just to give you perspective. The average leader of receiving yards on most NFL teams heading into week 10 is about 600 yards. Brian Daboll needs more production out of his receivers. In comes the $18 million wide receiver, signed by former general manager Dave Gettleman, that is allergic to catching passes or running into the end zone during actual plays.

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