This week, it was all on the Giants offense, which mustered just 181 total yards, including 25 yards on the ground.
The hapless Giants offense gave the ball away five times, all on interceptions by Eli Manning, who with 169 career turnovers, has passed Charley Conerly as the Giants' franchise leader.
After the game, head coach Tom Coughlin didn’t mince any words in sharing his observations, calling the performance of the offense “pathetic.”
“I told the players who prepared and gave great effort that I appreciated what they did, and I told those that were obvious they had not, that I felt sorry for them because they’re missing the whole point,” said the disgusted Coughlin.
While defensive co-captain Antrel Rolle insisted that the blame shouldn’t be on the head coach, the fact remains that with the Giants (5-9) out of the playoffs and guaranteed of having their first losing season under Coughlin since 2004, the coach's message is apparently not reaching some of the players.
Hard as it might be, here’s a look at the grades earned by each unit.