Excerpt: 'Heading into the 2013 season, the New York Giants could have one of the most explosive offenses in the entire NFL, especially if they all stay healthy.
In 2012, the Giants had one of the highest scoring offenses in the entire league with 429 points, which was the sixth highest in the NFL. In Week 17 against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Giants put up 42 points, had 397 yards of total offense and everyone got a really good glimpse of what the team can do when players are healthy and running on all cylinders.Earlier in the season, the Giants had 502 yards of offense against the Cleveland Browns and 604 yards of total offense against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, both games the Giants won and scored big in as well. Those two games are something offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride would like to build on for the upcoming season, especially with some of the new weapons on offense that he can utilize.
In an interview with Giants.com after the team's mini-camp ended, Gilbride sat down and talked about a variety of topics including his offense, the wide receiver situation, Eli Manning, among many other things." Read more...