The only thing going right for the New York Giants these days might be the standings after two games.
The offense has scored 13 points total. The defense that carried the team to its first playoff berth since the 2011 season is not playing as well as last season, and the special teams have generated nothing on returns and gave up rookie Jamal Agnew's game-breaking 88-yard punt return on Monday night in a 24-10 loss to the Detroit Lions.
Winning 11 games this season would appear to be wishful thinking at this point, especially with Denver, Kansas City, Oakland and five more NFC East opponents in the remaining 14 games.
If there is any reason for optimism, it's the...