Dwayne Harris

With 4 Games To Go, Giants Offense Needs To Wake Up

If the New York Giants are going to end their four-year playoff drought, Eli Manning and the offense have to improve and quickly.

The Giants (8-4) saw their six-game winning streak end Sunday with a 24-14 loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh.

The blame can be put squarely on the offense. It was held to 234 yards, needed help from the defense and special teams to produce two touchdowns, and allowed the Steelers to get on the board first when left tackle Ereck Flowers was called for holding in the end zone.

It would be easy to say it was simply a bad game for the offense. It's been the norm lately.

"When we see the film, we see there are opportunities...

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