Commentary by: Front Office
So It begins


Dick Gozinya here with another report out of the New York Football Giants camp. Week one is in the books and the Giants chance at an undefeated season has already come to an end. Falling 20-7 to their tough division rival, the Dallas Cowboys. We have learned some things about this year’s radicial reboot. The offensive line may be at its weakest point in the Saban era. That didn’t stop new QB Teddy Bridgewater from leading the day on rushing yards but he did take some decisive sacks late in the game. Despite this, the new look wide receiver core was able to take advantage, create space and make plays throughout the game. Consistent offense may prove to be a problem this year with running back Kenyan Drake struggling to find space to run. Coach Saban was pleased with his defense saying “They can only do so much, at the end of the day the offense has to support them and make scoring plays.” Week two is a battle of 0-1 teams in New York. The Buffalo Bills with QB Patrick Mahomes will surely test this defense and show more of what can be expected in the days ahead. Kenyan Drake summed it up best the other day saying “0-1 vs 0-1? Shoot, someone gotta win that game. Should be us.”