Giants’ Options To Replace Saquon Barkley Are Far From Ideal

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Call me a fool, but I strongly believe this is the week the Giants’ offense breaks out. Mike Nolan’s defense is abysmal and has allowed 125 points combined in the Cowboys’ last three games. The Giants may have found something in the running game and will be able to throw the ball against an injury plagued Dallas secondary. Remember, they don’t have trouble moving the ball, their issue is scoring touchdowns. That changes in week five as Jason Garrett will utilize play action and RPO at the goal line.

As for the Cowboys’ high-powered offense, they lead the league in giveaways and turnover differential as Dak Prescott often attempts to fire the ball into tight areas. This will help the Giants’ force turnovers and continue their hot hand on defense against an injured Dallas offensive line.

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