Monday, December 05, 2005


This season, it was the New York Giants offense that won the recognition, the sexy headlines, and the majority of New York's games. Their success reached summit when they had the league's highest-scoring offensive record to boast-off. Moreover, Eli Manning looked ready to carry New York's playoff hopes almost entirely on his talented shoulders. Now what’s concerning everybody is that NFL is not only about offenses, and now when December has approached when the team is going to improve its defense. These Giants are most likely going to the playoffs, but how far they go when they get there is going to be decided by their defensive might, not the scope of their offensive gnaws. Right now they are in first place in the NFC East. It's December, and with four games left, they seem to steer their own destiny. That's all one can ask for at this time of year. As a matter of fact, the Giants defense has been rather dominating for quite a long time. In the season's first six games, New York allowed an average of 411.7 yards per outing, but in its last six games, New York has given up just 227.5 yards per game, and held its opponents to six offensive touchdowns in that span. It will be foolish on Giants part to say that their defense is equal of Chicago's -- which is on a record pace this season when it comes to points allowed. This way the Giants are threatening themselves. Come January, the wide-open NFC won’t leave any space for comparisons.


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