It's one thing to be 0-2 to start the season. It's another to have that record after losing both games in the fourth quarter, in historic fashion, when up by double digits. 

"I don’t think it really matters if we lost both games by 20 or by how we did," said Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, to 'Armen and Levack' on 104.5 The Team. "We have to win this week and we have to get through it."

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The Giants were criticized in the regular season opener against Dallas for not running the clock down on the final drive of the game and giving the Cowboys over a minute and a half to drive down and score the game-winning touchdown.

Last week against Atlanta, Eli Manning got the ball stripped from him with under five minutes to go, which allowed the Falcons to get the go-ahead score.

"Some of the mistakes are things that we have to trust the guys we have to get the job done. There’s only so much coaching and micro-managing that can be done. We have to get in sync and we have to get the ball in the end zone offensively. We’re not doing a good enough job converting touchdowns when we get in the red zone."

The Giants are tied for second to last in the league with four touchdowns on the young season.

New York takes on NFC East foes Washington on Thursday Night Football.

Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz joins 'Armen and Levack' every Tuesday at 5:15p ET, sponsored by McLane Food Service.