New York, NY — The New York Giants season has been anything but good. They currently have the second worse record in the league, 1-6. They are last in the NFC East and are the 15th seed in the NFC playoff race.
Injuries haven’t helped them either. Their best wide receiver and when healthy he is one of the best in the league, Odell Beckham Jr has been out since week five after suffering a dislocated knee in the Giants 35-28 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Beckham was averaging 70 yards per game. It might not seem like much, but when you’re talking about an offense that is only averaging 198 yards passing yards per game, that’s a number they could really use. The good news for the Giants is that Beckham is expected to return as soon as next week. “We know the odds are against us. No one but us believes we can still save this season.” Said Beckham after his non-contact practice “I’m getting stronger by the day. I want to get out there and help my teammates by being productive and getting those points we need.
Beckham isn’t alone in believing the Giants can save their season. Coach Jarin has been preaching all week long they can and will do it, one game at a time. “We took the bye week and re-evaluated somethings, made some changes where we felt we needed and hopefully with that and a strong commitment from everyone we can save our season. I think we can.”
We’ll see if whatever adjustments the Giants made work. It won’t be easy as they will be taking on the second best team in the NFC west, the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams are 4-3, but have only won one game on the road this season. That’s a good thing for the Giants, as they have yet to win a game at home this season.