31. New York Giants
Another week of New York Giants football continues to make it clear this team seems to be in for another rough season in 2019 after coming up short once again during Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills.
There were plenty of questions surrounding the Giants from the offseason after making the questionable decision to move on from Odell Beckham Jr. the way they did since this would be taking away a reliable target from Eli Manning.
Not to mention, there’s only so much a star running back like Saquon Barkley can do on his own without the proper help from the rest of his teammates on offense, although it was impressive to watch the young running back finish with 107 rushing yards and a touchdown in Week 2.
If the Giants continue to look this bad each week, it seems like only a matter of time before the team begins to focus on the future by replacing Eli Manning with Daniel Jones to provide the rookie quarterback with some early experience.
While there’s still plenty of football remaining in the 2019 season since it’s only been two weeks, it’s tough to imagine this New York team having what it takes to turn things around, and become a contender in the NFC.
Even with an upcoming game on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Giants will probably find a way to come up short in that contest as well.