Scouts Buzz: Week 15
Giants' flaws boil to surface in embarrassing loss; Packers in world of hurt up front
Each Monday, Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. breaks down games from the previous weekend. Today, he looks at the action in Week 15.Giants' flaws exploited: A very talented Giants team could not have been flatter at home against the Redskins on Sunday. Led by London Fletcher, the Redskins played an extremely solid game on defense. Washington wasn't great at pressuring QB Eli Manning and it was aided by many dropped passes. Still, the Giants' offense was incapable of creating big plays and Manning, who threw three interceptions, was not as sharp as he has been for the majority of the season. New York has little to speak of with its rushing attack, and if Manning isn't playing at an elite level, this is a very beatable team with too many holes.
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