If the New York Giants are going to make a run in the playoffs, they must get their offense in gear for the first time this season and start playing better on the road.
The Giants (10-5) are locked into the fifth seed in the NFC and are not going to have a home game unless the top four seeds all lose. That's not likely.
Their offense, expected to carry the team in Ben McAdoo's first season, has not scored more than 28 points in any game this season. It's averaging 19.4 points and has not scored more than 19 in any of the last four games.
The road also has not been kind to New York. It is 3-4 away from MetLife Stadium, and one of those wins was a neutral site game in...