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Baldy Breakdown: Giants … what in the world are you doing?

It came a little late in the week, but retired offensive lineman and long-time NFL analyst Brian Baldinger finally got around to his film review of the New York Giants.

We bet Baldy wishes he hadn’t.

Right out of the gate, Baldinger had his mind blown. Who are these Giants? What in the world are they doing? How can so many things possibly go so wrong?

Those were some of the questions Baldy had after watching just four plays.

It looked bad in real time, but looks even worse upon the film review. The Giants ran a fly sweep to rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney that went directly at an unblocked Von Miller.

Did tight end Kyle Rudolph blow his assignment? Did right tackle Nate Solder blow his assignment (does not appear to be the case)? Was the timing of the play simply off?

Whatever the case may be, it was a horribly designed and executed play by Jason Garrett and his offense.

But Baldy didn’t want to focus only on the negative from the Giants’ offense. And after digging, and then digging some more and continuing to dig, he did come up with at least one solid play to review.

Enter running back Devontae Booker.

Quarterback Daniel Jones was given a lane and some time, and made a great throw to Sterling Shepard who took care of the rest. A brief snapshot of what could be. Maybe.

Baldy also gave a well-deserved shout-out to Giants safety Logan Ryan for his incredible forced fumble and recovery.

Despite a few solid plays, Baldy was mostly left speechless. He closed with, “Giants offense. Two words: ‘Groundhog Day.’ You get one mulligan. See you Friday morning.”

Hopefully the next Baldy Breakdown is better, but don’t hold your breath, Giants fans.

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