Can Brandon Jacobs and Eli Manning win it for the Giants?

Mike KentSenior Writer IJuly 29, 2009

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 05:  Brandon Jacobs #27 of the New York Giants scores a touchdown in the first quarter against the Seattle Seahawks as Eli Manning #10 watches during their game on October 5, 2008 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

The Giants are looking great on defense.


They have one of the best defensive teams in the NFL.


But the offense is not great.


You have a great running back and a good quarterback, but that is it.


All the rest of these guys are not more then Ok players.


So can Eli Manning and Brandon Jacobs make it work?


I think they can.


These guys are very good players, and good players make the players around them better.


Eli Manning can use both the passing and running game successfully, not many teams can say there quarterback can do that.


Jacobs makes that possible. With his great speed and the success he has in beating the defense he gives Eli more tools to work with on the offense.


And lets not forget, they may look like they are alone on the football field but they are not.


Rookie Hakeem Nicks can help this team on offense, he has great potential. And with good coaching he may end up to be the Giants top wide receiver.


And another good receiver is Sinorice Moss who is only 25 years old.


Eli Manning is only 28 years old and getting better and Brandon Jacobs is only 27 years old.


So these guys are still getting better.


And the Giants do not need to score over 21 points to win every game. All they need to do is score more then the defense gives up, and with the Giants defense that will not be to much to ask.


So get ready for are Giants, they will go a long way.