“Let’s also look at what happened. At the end of the day, they weren’t good enough to beat a bad Giants team when it all came down to it..
If you look at it from the point of view of a brand new coaching staff coming in, installing their system. You’re going to have struggles early in the year and you hope to get better towards the tail end of the season, the [Dallas] Cowboys did that.. The Cowboys basically did what they should have done based on all of the injuries that they had. It wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t anything to write home about… but in the grand scheme of how you’d envision the season to go when you lose your star franchise QB after week 5, you lose your Pro Bowl RT before the season starts, you only have two games of your left tackle, your right guard who is All Pro, first ballot Hall of Famer probably the best offensive lineman in the league only plays half the season.. you can kind of understand how this team is a 6-10, 7-9 team regardless of what your expectations were.
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