STATE OF THE FRANCHISE
Despite a disastrous showing from their offense, the 2013 Giants finished the year on a 7-3 run, but it was too little too late as a 0-6 start was too deep a hole out of which to climb.
The reasons for the Giants' offensive struggles were manifold. The offensive line went from mediocre to terrible with the losses of guard Chris Snee and center David Baas. This had the predictable result of destroying the team's running game – its 3.5 yards per carry ranked 29th in the league, and featured tandem Andre Brown and David Wilson missed 19 games between them. The passing game was no better. Eli Manning found himself under constant pressure, a tough situation for any quarterback, but especially dire for an immobile pocket passer. Worse, offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride stuck with calling downfield pass plays that never had a chance to develop. Moreover, Manning seemed to lack communication and rapport with sec
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