I can see the Giants winning three out of their next five games
There’s no doubt that the toughest part of the New York Giants’ schedule is coming up with games against potential playoff teams like the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens.
One thing that many people don’t realize is that the teams that I just listed haven’t been playing great.
Tom Rock of Newsday broke down how each has been playing lately compared to the Giants. By the way the Seahawks are 3-3 over the past six games after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night.
I will say thought that the toughest team the Giants will have to face is the Seahawks. I think all of the other games are certainly winnable. Seattle’s offense is going to be a problem for the Giants’ defense, I’ll get into that more later in the week.
The Cardinals on the other hand have been struggling lately and just lost to a New England Patriots team that probably isn’t as good as the Giants right now.
The Browns have been playing well enough to not have a losing season, but quarterback Baker Mayfield has been very inconsistent. If the Giants can slow down their running game, they will come away with a win.
The same goes for the Ravens, if New York Can keep Lamar Jackson at bay by limiting his big runs while also slowing down J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram they will be fine. The good news is that the Giants’ run defense is the strongest part of that side of the ball.