Yesterday's game for the New York Giants appeared to be as bad as it gets for a Big Blue fan. After what was a boring start of the game, I am not sure if I have ever seen a team play a worse 2nd Quarter, as the Giants did yesterday. The Los Angelas Rams scored 4 touchdowns in the second time-frame. One touchdown came off of a Daniel Jones fumble after being sacked. Another followed one of his interceptions, deep in New York territory. It was ugly.

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Is this as bad as it gets for the New York Football Giants? I don't think it is that bad but my perspective has been severely tainted. I grew up a Jets fan. I know, say no more. So, I figured I would turn to someone that covers the team. I had a feeling, while I was watching the game that my friend from the New York Post, Paul Schwartz may be going wild, to himself, in the Press Box.

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In this morning's NY Post, Paul wrote, "There have been lowlights aplenty over the past decade and especially in the terrible past five years. Still, this felt like a low point amid all the other low points. The Rams (5-1) entered MetLife Stadium and treated the home team like some junior varsity outfit as the Giants were thrashed 38-11. At least the weather was spectacular." Hmmm. "junior varsity" hurts coming from a respected beat-writer for the team. Schwartz was right.

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I have been a big fan of Joe Judge, not so much Dave Gettleman. I have little faith in Daniel Jones. That's just my perspective. Fans have a lot to be worried about. This looks like a 5 win team, if they they get hot. Former Met Life Stadium resident on the Green side of the building, Sam Darnold comes to town next week for a 1pm kick with his Carolina Panthers. Joe Judge has a chance to right the ship or sink it.

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