Oh, where do we even begin with the Giants' catastrophic home opener against the Cowboys? A 40-0 loss? Really? I mean, if you're going to lose, at least make it look like you showed up to the game. The Giants didn't just drop the ball; they punted it into another dimension.
Let's talk about Andrew Thomas and Matt Peart. If these two are seriously injured, we might as well start planning for the 2024 season. The offensive line was already as sturdy as a house of cards, and now we're talking about losing its starting and back up left tackles? Good luck, Daniel Jones; you're going to need it. You might want to consider investing in some life insurance while you're at it.
And then there's Evan Neal. Ah, the second year phenom who was supposed to be our savior. After tonight's performance, people are suggesting he be moved to guard. Guard? At this point, the only thing he seems qualified to guard is the water cooler. Maybe he should consider a career change to security guard, because he sure as heck couldn't secure the line. Neal looked like a revolving door out there, letting defenders waltz right through as if they were VIPs at a nightclub.
Let's not forget the coaching staff, who seemed to be competing in their own private game of "Who Can Make the Worst Decision?" Spoiler alert: It was a tie. The play-calling was so predictable, you'd think the Cowboys had a psychic on their sideline. And the decision to go for it on fourth down deep in their own territory? That's the kind of stuff that gets you featured on "Shaqtin' a Fool," and this isn't even basketball.
So, where does this leave us? Well, if you're a Giants fan, you're probably already looking at mock drafts and praying for a miracle. If you're part of the Giants organization, it might be time to hit the panic button. And if you're Andrew Thomas or Matt Peart, get well soon; your team needs you more than ever.
In summary, if this game is any indication of how the rest of the season is going to go, then Giants fans, brace yourselves. It's going to be a long, painful ride. But hey, at least you'll have plenty of time to debate whether Evan Neal would make a better security guard than an offensive lineman.