Big Plays For Big Blue: The Top 5 Offensive Plays For The Giants Offense

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Big Plays For Big Blue: The Top 5 Offensive Plays For The Giants Offense
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The following article deals with the success of the 2008 New York Giants offense. In 2008, the Giants rushing attacked was ranked number one in the NFL. They ran for over 2,500 yards and 5 yards per carry while pumping in 19 touchdowns. Running backs Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward both gained over 1,000 yards and helped the Giants to a 12-4 record.

The ground game was a key reason the Giants claimed their second NFC East Division title in four years and locking up the number one overall seed in the NFC playoffs. Coupling this with their timely passing attack, made the Giants one of the most fearsome teams to deal with in the 2008 NFL season. We'll look back now at some of the plays that made the 2008 New York Giants offense a force to be reckoned with.

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