This might be the worst offense in Giants history (and that’s saying something) | Politi

LANDOVER, Md. — So just how awful is this Giants offense?

Put it this way: If Dave Brown was watching its latest putrid performance in a 20-10 loss to the Redskins on Thanksgiving night — and this is not something we would wish on anyone — he could have fairly reached a conclusion that would have seemed unthinkable a few months ago:

“Hey, not even my teams were that bad!”

This is not hyperbole. This is true. This Giants’ offense is on pace to eclipse all but one of Brown’s teams, generally held up as the Dark Ages for the franchise over the past quarter century, for total ineptitude. 

The Giants scored 242 points in 1996, Brown’s final season as starting quarterback. They have 172 this season with five games left. If you think the offense that was on the field against the Redskins can average two touchdowns a game the rest of the way to match that, just know that Eli Manning couldn’t even fake that level of confidence.

“Every time you get the ball, you can get something going,” the quarterback said on Thursday night, but his body language was saying something else entirely. He looked and sounded like a beaten man, and given the results — and his own performance — that’s understandable. 

Manning completed 13 of 27 passes for 113 yards against the Redskins, needing a garbage-time

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