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Taking a look back: New York Giants 2015 Season

by Daniel Gerbick on Thursday, January 21st, 2016

New York GiantsThe New York Giants face a very eventful off-season, which begins with the search for a new head coach, Tom Coughlin, after 12 years of management has been relieved of his post. Several are candidates already, including Adam Gase and indeed his two current coordinators, Ben McAdoo and Steve Spagnuolo, regardless of who takes the reins, the new coach will head a team that desperately needs someone to control their players. The disappointment of 2015 has much to do with huge problems on defense, which must be improved, especially the linebackers body.

The good thing about the 2015 season for the New York Giants

Until he lost his head, Odell Beckham Jr established himself as one of the best in his position, really unstoppable against any defense, helping Eli Manning to improve their numbers and level of game as well. On the other hand, the Giants special teams can say they are elite in the league, both Josh Brown and Dwayne Harris proved to be one of the best in the NFL.

The downside of the 2015 season for the New York Giants

The defense was a disaster, where several players look much slower than they should about the position they play, above all, as we mentioned, the linebackers, urgently need help. We can also name their running game here; Although Rashad Jennings and Shane Vereen played decently throughout the year, they had to always yield carries to a third or fourth RB due to the large number of injuries in the squad.

Giants season ended when …

After the tough loss to the New England Patriots 27-26 in Week 10. After the Giants lost the game they did remain alive for several weeks, mathematically, but after their bye in Week 11, they won just a single game in Miami. Losing to the Patriots was something that the team never really recover from.

2016 Giants?

The decision of which coach will give the orders is the most important, If they choose to go, McAdoo, the Giants will not have the need to step back, and actually be competitive in 2016 with a menacing offensive, but still there are several candidates for the position and speculation without knowing which philosophy the team will go for is hard enough. We should note that the division most likely not rise much level therefore compete for the playoffs next season will depend on the level of the same.

Future Free Agents

Jason Pierre-Paul – DE (27)

Prince Amukamara – CB (26)

Cullen Jenkins – DE (34)

Josh Brown – K (36)

Rueben Randle – WR (24)

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