3 Personnel Changes New York Giants Must Make During Bye Week

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3 Personnel Changes New York Giants Must Make During Bye Week
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Over the bye week, the New York Giants will have plenty of time to mull over the ailments that have caused the team to drop its past two games.  Neither side of the ball has played particularly well as of late.  In fact, the Giants’ current scoring drought is their worst since Eli Manning’s rookie campaign in 2004, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.

Given the way his squad has performed recently, head coach Tom Coughlin will probably have his eyes glued to game film in the coming days.  In retrospect, Coughlin may start to second-guess a few of his starters.  The two-time Super Bowl-winning coach will need to address those inefficiencies before his team takes on the Green Bay Packers in Week 12.

This article points out three personnel changes that Coughlin and the Giants must make if they plan on making another Super Bowl run in 2012.

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