New York Giants: What’s next for Big Blue as the season moves forward?

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 22: Quarterback Eli Manning
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 22: Quarterback Eli Manning /
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I don’t think anyone could have predicted this but the New York Giants are off to a 1-6 start and it only seems to be getting worse. So what’s next for Big Blue?

Coming into the season I would have thought the New York Giants would be at worst 4-3 coming into their bye week. Well they are now 1-6 and there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Odell Beckham Jr. is gone for the season, as is Brandon Marshall, Ereck Flowers is well, Ereck Flowers, and our right tackles just keep getting injured.

I’m still not sure how they beat the Broncos in week six but they did. Now the Giants will go into their bye week as the worst team in the league aside from the Browns and 49ers. So what’s next?

Well according to Ben McAdoo, “everything will be evaluated” but he’s been saying that for weeks now. It took him five weeks to finally realize that Mike Sullivan should be calling plays so what makes you think this time it will be different?

Nothing is going to change in the bye week, as much as we would like it to. Our run game will still be awful and Ereck Flowers will be a big reason it is so bad. Eli Manning will still be quarterback even though it appears he can’t hit a target unless the receiver has ten yards of separation, and our defense will continue to be on the field for 80% of the game.

At this rate the Giants are more likely to get the first pick in the draft than they are to get to five wins. So let’s take a look at what can be changed so we’re not the laughing-stock of the league any longer.