5 Scheme Adjustments the New York Giants Should Consider in 2012

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5 Scheme Adjustments the New York Giants Should Consider in 2012
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The New York Giants were one of the more surprising Super Bowl winners in NFL history in 2011. They sneaked into the playoffs at 9-7 with a negative point differential, mainly due to the underachieving of the NFC East in 2011.

The point behind addressing this is they are not without holes—some of which can be fixed with coaching. Most of the fixes will come from the defensive side of the ball, and defensive coordinator Perry Fewell likely has these changes in mind already.

Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride did not get much credit for the Giants' Top-10 offense last season, mostly because the fans have grown to hate his inconsistency over the years. I have some possible changes for him as well that could turn the Giants offensive into more of a juggernaut than it already is.

Feel free to leave your suggestions in the comment section below.

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