The New York Giants have played in three preseason games, and their first-team offense has not been up to par.
Head coach Tom Coughlin, who has not been shy about sharing his honest opinion when evaluating the team, recently spoke about his disappointment with how the team has performed and he decided to call out his first-team unit.
“We are realists, and looking at what looked to be a very poor performance in the first half with the 1s that didn’t really get a lot better once the 2s came in,” Coughlin told ESPN.com. “It wasn’t impressive at all. We didn’t get a whole lot done. There’s no production. There’s nothing to look at from a production standpoint.”
Last season, the Giants sputtered on offense thanks to a turnover prone Eli Manning, but the preseason struggles are a result of lackluster execution from all parties involved.
If the Giants first-team offense doesn’t find a way to get their act together, the team could be in for yet another long season full of struggles.