5 Best Red Zone Options for the New York Giants in 2012

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5 Best Red Zone Options for the New York Giants in 2012
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Sure, Victor Cruz's 99-yard touchdown on Christmas Eve last season was impressive, but we all know that it's what an offense can accomplish in the red zone that counts.

According to www.teamrankings.com, the New York Giants ranked No. 9 in the NFL last season with a 54.41 percent red zone scoring mark.

Big-bodied running back Brandon Jacobs was an inconsistent but decent red-zone option for the Giants, but now that he's soaking up the sun in San Francisco, New York is forced to look elsewhere.

The Giants need to look no further than their QB Eli Manning, as he was dominant last season in his opponents' red zone.

When on his opponents' 19-yard line or closer, Manning compiled 15 touchdowns and four interceptions and even scored a rushing touchdown.

He has a few new targets to look to this season, so let's get into it. 

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