By: Jonathan Orrillo


Standing in second place of the NFC East the Giants (1-2) still have a long way to go if this team wants to make the post season.


After losing the first two games of the season by mental errors and poor execution in the fourth quarter against the Dallas Cowboys and the Atlanta Falcons have dug a hole for the G-Men. It was the first time that a team gave up a 10-point lead heading into the fourth quarter in NFL history. The Giants did bounce back with a win against the Washington Redskins last Thursday 32-21.


With the rest of the NFC teams like San Francisco, Tampa Bay, and New Orleans the Giants’ out-of- division schedule does not look too scary. The G-men face the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and that marks the return of Victor Cruz who has not played an NFL snap since he torn the patellar tendon on his right knee on October 12 2015. Lets see if with Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham Jr. can produce some magic on the field this Sunday.