No one on the New York Giants likes talking about their running game. Seven games into the season, it's just not there.
The Giants (4-3) are ranked last in the NFL, averaging 70.3 yards. It's like running into a brick wall every play. It's 2 yards and a cloud of those rubber pellets on the artificial fields.
Coach Ben McAdoo and offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan used the bye week to look at the offense and get the Giants ready for Sunday's NFC East rivalry game with the Philadelphia Eagles (4-3) at MetLife Stadium.
Everything was examined, from personnel groupings to who was out on the field.
"So, really just a kind of a thorough check under the hood to...