How New York Giants’s Offense Can Become a Juggernaut Via 2009 Draft


Published: March 23, 2009


... which means that they can maneuver basically however they please in the upcoming draft.


As the Giants' offense dwindled down the stretch in the 2009 season, many assessed the downfall to a lack of a true No. 1 receiver.


While Plaxico Burress’ absence certainly hurt the team, it wasn’t entirely his fault that the Giants faltered down the stretch. There were two very specific things that occurred which led to the downfall of the offense; they could not convert third downs and they could not command the attention of the safeties over the top to prevent them from coming down to the line of scrimmage to stop the running game.


Those issues can be resolved without having to break the bank for a No. 1 wideout, despite the fact that many people expect a blockbuster trade to occur to obtain a true No. 1 ...

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