I'm really picking on the secondary here, but when you have the 29th-ranked pass defense, that should come as no surprise.
Prince Amukamara broke his foot the second day he practiced with the team in training camp and missed the first nine games of the season.
His debut was supposed to solve a lot of problems in the Giants' secondary, but it seemed to just create more. He did not show a single shred of coverage ability in the six games he played, and he even got benched against the Redskins.
He was supposedly going to use that as motivation moving forward, but the first-round pick barely saw action against the Jets and Cowboys so the coaching staff must not feel comfortable with him in the lineup.
Ironically, the Giants defense has played much better in those last two games, but I would chalk that up to the front seven getting more pressure on the QB than Amukamara's absence.
He is still a rookie who did not have any minicamps and missed the first 10 weeks (bye week) of practice, but what we saw this year was not impressive.