How we graded Big Blue in Week 15 loss

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Outside of the opening drive, the Giants offense looked abysmal on Sunday.

After a couple of games of solid offensive play, the Giants came back down to earth and had their fifth game of the season without an offensive touchdown. The same issues that have plagued the team all season reared its ugly head again.

It all starts with the offensive, line which allowed seven sacks, and Saquon Barkley to average only 1.4 yards per carry. This has been a problem all season and the Giants were able to temporarily plug the hole last week (zero sacks) but the water broke loose yet again in Week 15.

The rest of the team did not play well as Tommy DeVito was the leading rusher with only 36 yards. Removing the rushing game from the offense left DeVito to have to sling the ball, and the combination of poor offensive line play, lack of receiver separation, and a string of drops did him in.

It’s clear the last few weeks were a fluke and this offense does not have what it takes. The only positive was that the offense did not turn over the ball.

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