NFL Power Rankings, Week 10: Eagles upgrade at receiver during bye week

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30. New York Giants

Words can’t even describe how frustrating it’s been to watch the New York Giants this season since the hiring of Pat Shurmur was supposed to help this team return to their winning ways from a few years ago, which hasn’t been the case at all. Any team with an offense consisting of weapons like Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr. would seem capable of putting together at least a couple of wins, but the Giants only recorded one victory before their bye week.

If that didn’t sound frustrating enough, it should also be noted that three of New York’s previous four losses have come by single-digits, which seems to be the icing on the cake of what 2018 has been like for this team in a nutshell. At this point, the Giants need to be thinking hard about what their future has in store on offense since whether it seems fair or not, Eli Manning is seeing most of the blame for some of the struggles.

As mentioned before, any team would love to work with an offense consisting of Barkley and Beckham, showing why there’s so much criticism surrounding Manning at the midway point of the regular season. Unless Manning figures out a way to get better production on offense, that criticism isn’t going to disappear any time soon.