New York Giants: Playoffs probably won’t happen, but don’t quit now
The 2017 season for the New York Giants has not gone as planned. They are on pace to have one of the worst seasons in the history of the Giants. They are coming off there bye week and it seems that there is little hope left for this team. It seems that several players have already checked out for the rest of season. You are seeing signs of players pointing fingers at other players. However, the entire team should take accountability for what has happened in the first half of the 2017 season for the Giants.
As a Giants fan, this becomes very disconcerting. While I am aware that the playoffs are out of the picture for this team, they need to at least play with a bit of motive. After they play host to the Los Angeles Rams this Sunday, They still play the San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs, Washington Redskins (twice), Oakland Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, and Arizona Cardinals. It won’t be an easy second half, but there are some winnable games. However, it comes down to if the Giants will show up.
If you look on paper, they should win the 49ers game and possibly one of the Redskins game. However, if this team plays like crap like they have for most of the first half, then they won’t win any game in the second half. What people seem to not understand is that once a team is more than likely eliminated from the playoffs, then they need to start playing for there jobs. While I still see Jerry Reese being let go at the end of the season, the second half of the season could be what determines how the Giants look in 2018.
All I am asking for as a Giants fan is for the Giants to not give up so fast. You don’t want to have it that come by Week 15 or so you have MetLife Stadium cheering for the team going up against the Giants. The Giants play the Rams this Sunday.