Having lost in a not-so-dignified manner against the Carolina Panthers, the New York Giants are now trying to get their act back together. However, a series of injury-related challenges seemed to have rocked the team’s resolve. Facing tough opponents in their coming games with the Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, and Chicago Bears, can the team still hack it and regain their name in NFL?
After losing to the Carolina Panthers with an embarrassing score of 38-0, and probably the worst record of Tom Coughlin’s career as coach of the New York Giants, the team is doing its best to prepare for their upcoming games. They surely don’t want to make another historical embarrassment, just like with what happened in the Bank of America Stadium in their game with the Panthers
As much as they want to however, some of the players are in the “injured” list. For instance, David Baas and Chris Snee, starting center and right guard respectively, were not able to practice for two days due to injuries. At present, it is still quite uncertain whether they will be able to make it to game with the City Chiefs on Sunday.
In another corner, David Diehl, the offensive tackle, recently had a thumb surgery and is currently experimenting with various types of wraps that could protect his thumb during a game. He has been actively practicing, but this does not seem to guarantee a good performance on Sunday. It might even be that he will simply be a lineman or he doesn’t get to play in the game. According to Diehl, he still needs to pass strength tests that will determine if he is ready to wage it out in the field.
Perry Fewell, the team’s defensive coordinator, said that there has been a good deal of improvement in Jason Pierre-Paul, defensive end. Paul has been considered as one of the team’s greatest assets, and he just needs to find his groove and get back in his game.
According to Kevin Gilbride, the offensive coordinator of Giants, there is just that possibility that they might utilize the hurry-up offense in the game. The coach and coordinators are all doing their best to ensure that the team be physically, emotionally and mentally fit, to help everyone be their best during the game. They have also planned the right strategies on how to match the City Chiefs.
It can be recalled that Giants had their share of winnings in 2007 but the year 2008 onwards was not so lucky for the team, ending with its most current defeat against the Panthers.
But, it’s never over. The New York Giants still has a chance to prove its worth in a series of upcoming games. On Sunday, they will be at Arrowhead Stadium Parking Lots, Kansas City, in a game against Kansas City Chiefs. And on October 6, the Giants would be playing against Philadelphia Eagles, their longtime rival, at MetLife Stadium Parking Lots, East Rutherford, NJ. On October 10, they will be playing against Chicago Bears at Soldier Field Stadium Parking Lot in Chicago. You can catch them in action by getting your New York Giants tickets from Ticket broker today.
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