The New York Football Giants have been so bad so far through the first four weeks of the season.  They are currently 1-3 overall in the NFC East and have only led for 19 seconds for the entire season.  That came in the second half against the Arizona Cardinals where Daniel Jones led them on a historical comeback win 31-28.  Outside of two whole quarters this season, they have played truly awful.  They lost 40-0 in week 1 vs the Cowboys, 30-12 at the 49ers, and 24-3 vs the Seattle Seahawks.  It is very surprising how bad they have been at home at MetLife Stadium.  They have been behind in every game so far and offensive line has been absolutely atrocious.

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It is no secret to anyone that overachieved last season compiling a total of 10 wins.  Now the Giants didn't have star left tackle Andrew Thomas and running back Saquon Barkley in their Monday Night Football loss to Seattle.  With that being said, the offensive line has to be better.  Daniel Jones was sacked 11 times and has just been beat up all year.  Some of the blame has to go toward head coach Brian Daboll because good coaches don't get blown out like this.  Especially with the fact that the Giants roster got better on paper in 2023 during the offseason.

The Giants now have to play at the Dolphins and host the Bills the next two weeks.  They realistically could be 1-5 and the season could be over early on.  I really hope Joe Schoen Brian Daboll and company can figure this out because the Giants do not look good to start this 2023 season.

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