New York Giants Midseason Report Cards for Each Positional Unit

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New York Giants Midseason Report Cards for Each Positional Unit

In the last four seasons, the New York Giants have never finished below .500.

They've also had a Super Bowl berth (2012) and haven't started out worse than 5-3 in their first eight games in that four-year period.

While there are teams that would gladly swap places with the Giants to have that kind of record of accomplishment, it wasn't good enough for the team’s general manager, Jerry Reese, who kicked off the annual training camp with some stern words.

 “All I know is we've been in the playoffs one time in the last four years, and that’s really not acceptable for us,” Reese said.

“That’s not our standard, that’s not what we shoot for and we want to put everyone on notice, myself included. Everybody’s on notice.”

A lot of good that notice did, as the Giants limp into the midway point of the season with a 2-6 record. While they are just two games out of first place in the division, they still have a lot more digging to do to get themselves out of the hole they're in. 

Let's look at how the individual units have done at the halfway mark.  

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