Here are three things to watch in the New York Giants preseason game vs. the New York Jets on Saturday night in the Snoopy Bowl.
By Vincent Rapisardi
The third preseason game is always the most interesting for any football fan. We finally see a shell of what the regular season could look like, when starters play well into the third quarter as a “dress rehearsal” for week one.
So what should we expect from this New York Giants roster? What should we be looking out for? Many positional battles are set in stone, especially on the offensive side of the football. But this game centers around more than just players fighting for jobs, there needs to be clear improvement on many levels.
Thus far, the first-team offense has looked out of sync in their first two preseason games. It’s clearly a small sample size, but something that needs to be taken care of considering the identity of this team will rely heavily on the offense this season.
The defense on the other hand, still without Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, will have to make-up for his overall production by using a heavy rotation. Almost like having a bullpen full of defensive end’s to achieve one goal.
So, let’s get started shall we? Here are three things you should watch for in the Giants preseason game vs. the New York Jets.