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Author: Jon Kuzma
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I know I know it’s easy to look at New York’s 2 game losing streak and think that this is the same old Giants. But there’s plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the direction this team is heading. For about three quarters the G-Men were in this football game and hanging in there against the defending Super Bowl champions (New England Patriots).
If it wasn’t for a fumble by third string running back Jon Hillman then this game could’ve been a different story. That fumble was returned for a touchdown by New England and it was the defining moment in this contest. However soon Saquon Barkley will be back and that won’t happen anymore. Which brings us to our next point. If the Giants can play the Patriots so tough without Barkley, Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram. Imagine how good they’ll be a year from now when they keep adding pieces to the puzzle? With the right additions this roster could become competitive. When you also take in to consideration that Daniel Jones will certainly benefit from the action he’s seeing. It’s easy to see that Big Blue is on the rise. They’re also 2-4 right now and should be able to beat their 5-11 mark from a year ago if they keep playing like they did last night.
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New York Giants fans should be optimistic with how tough they played the New England Patriots.