By Dan Benton
At 1-5, the season is all but over for the New York Giants under the first-year regime of general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur.
Quarterback Eli Manning is clearly winding down and at this point, whether you love him or hate him, it’s hard to defend the decision to leave him under center. Manning is like a heavyweight boxer who has gone all 12 rounds, done amazing things, but simply isn’t capable of defending himself anymore.
Someone, please… Stop the fight!
The debate can rage about whether or not the Giants were correct in passing on a quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft in favor of the mesmerizing Saquon Barkley, but what’s done is done. This is where they are. This is who they are.
So, what can be done? What changes can be made to salvage what little is left of this season? Who can they bring in to help alleviate some of the issues on offense?
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