The New York Giants are the most intriguing team in the NFL this season. While the defending champions remain in first place in the NFC East, there are plenty of question marks still facing Tom Coughlin's club.
With three tough opponents on the horizon, New York must play with a sense of urgency in order to contend for a coveted fifth Lombardi Trophy.
The Giants are a riveting squad because of their uncanny ability to play at erratically high or low levels each week. After scoring only three second-half points against Washington on Monday Night Football last week, New York thumped New Orleans to the tune of 52 points on Sunday.
Although inconsistent performances have marred the Giants’ repeat campaign at times, there is one constant which cannot be ignored: New York is the most dominant team in the league when they play at their best.
Here are five things the defending champions can discover about themselves as we approach playoff football.