New York Giants football is back! Big Blue’s team will kick off its season on Sunday, Sep 09th at MetLife Stadium. Like most New York games, fans looking for the Giants vs Jaguars live stream feed will find it on Fox Sports at 1:00 PM (ET). You will find other New York Giants live streamed games on NBC (3), CBS (2), and ESPN (1) during the season. NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Game Pass allow fans to watch all 16 games. Internet television fans in the United States will need to use a VPN for NFL Game Pass’ international NFL live stream service or combine two domestic services, like Sling TV and CBS’ All Access, to enjoy the complete season of New York Giants live stream football games.
The biggest debate in New York during the offseason was whether the Giants should use the second overall draft pick on Eli Manning’s replacement or a franchise-carrying runner who could make people forget Ezekiel Elliott is in the same division. Love to watch NFL 2018 Giants live stream online free then NFL game pass then visit official website.
Since the night Dave Gettleman chose the latter option, the biggest debate in New York is whether Eli Manning has enough left in the tank to not waste Saquon Barkley’s talent. That one won’t be answered until we see the Giants’ new offense and old quarterback in action.
This is how we see the New York Giants ’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Jaguars (0-0) at Giants (0-0)
It is hard to look past an opening day game, but the Jaguars must be anxious to take on their week 2 opponent. New England is circled on the schedule as payback day for the Jaguars’ elimination at the hands of the Patriots in last season’s AFC Championship Game.
Maybe, the excitement around New York’s new offense is enough to pull off the upset. Saquon Barkley does rack up almost 200 total yards around an efficient game from Eli Manning. Whatever the reason, the Giants walk away with an opening day upset over the AFC runner-up.
Week 2: Giants (1-0) at Cowboys (0-1)
It seems like every season the Giants take part in the opening of AT&T Stadium. Almost every season, the Cowboys come up with a way to humble their division rivals.
New York’s offense continues to click in the early season. The defense, however, can’t stop Ezekiel Elliott from scoring in the second half. It’s another close loss in Dallas. (Cowboys 27-24)
Week 3: Giants (1-1) at Texans (0-2)
New York will take part in another home opener as the Texans return from two road losses. Houston has high hopes riding on the arm of a healthy Deshaun Watson and their strong defense.
New York takes a loss on their first two offensive plays. That sets the tone for the game in a slap-down loss to the inspired Texans. (Texans 27-17)
Week 4: Saints (3-0) at Giants (1-2)
New Orleans is 3-0 in the absence of Mark Ingram, who is serving his four-game suspension. Alvin Kamara leads the league in rushing and Drew Brees has more chances to be Drew Brees without a second running back looking for the ball.
New York’s defense has struggled to gel in their new 3-4 formation. Houston showed the league that containing Saquon Barkley makes the offense average. But today, each Giants unit does just enough to pick up their second consecutive home upset of a playoff contender. (Giants 24-20)
Week 5: Giants (2-2) at Panthers (4-0)
Carolina has charged out of the gait in pursuit of a division title. Cam Newton looks decisive in his second year of a new offense and the defense has been dominant.
New York has another good defensive effort, but Manning looks tentative choosing between his tight ends, receivers, or back in the passing game. Tentative doesn’t work against a fast defense. (Panthers 20-16)
Week 6: Eagles (5-0) at Giants (2-3)
For the third week in a row, the Giants face an undefeated opponent. This week, they are back at home trying to pull off their third consecutive upset in a Thursday Night Football game in the Meadowlands.
New York’s offense comes out clicking and jumps in front. Philadelphia is up for the challenge and chips away at the Giants defense. The fans go crazy at the notion of beating another playoff team. But the Eagles come up big when they need to and another 400-yard game by Manning is wasted. (Eagles 31-28)
Week 7: Giants (2-4) at Falcons (3-3)
Atlanta opened their season with losses to three consecutive playoff contenders before pulling even at 3-3. A fourth consecutive win would leave them within striking distance of the Panthers and Saints in the NFC South.
New York comes into this Monday Night Football game well-rested and prepared for the Falcons’ fast offense. Manning decides it’s a better plan to just outscore them. Odell Beckham is the star in primetime in another Giants upset. (Giants 27-24)
Week 8: Redskins (1-5) at Giants (3-4)
Washington has fallen on hard times since their opening day win in Arizona. Alex Smith can’t find receivers and the running game is nonexistent.
As their brutal first-half schedule comes to a close, the Giants can use some rest. Unfortunately, they start their bye week a day early. This time, the Giants are the victims of an upset in New Jersey. (Redskins 21-10)
Week 9: The Giants are on their bye week.
Week 10: Giants (3-5) at 49ers (4-5)
The mystique of Jimmy Garoppolo has been laid aside in a rough first half of the 49ers season. San Francisco come off a Thursday night loss to the Raiders to host the Giants in a Monday Night game before their bye.
New York comes out of their bye still angry about their embarrassing loss to the Redskins in Week 8. Saquon Barkley takes this game over and helps the Giants score 30 points for the first time since 2016. (Giants 31-24)
Week 11: Buccaneers (3-6) at Giants (4-5)
Tampa Bay has won three of four since their grueling 0-5 season-opening stretch. Jameis Winston is connecting with receivers and the defense has come together.
The Giants are not about to be denied again in their quest to reach .500. The Buccaneer slow them down, but New York does enough to log a comfortable win. (Giants 21-10)
Week 12: Giants (5-5) at Eagles (8-2)
Philadelphia comes home after a tough loss in New Orleans. Carson Wentz tells sports writers he doesn’t expect to lose again this season.
That doesn’t sit well with the Giants’ captain. Odell Beckham is afraid to take his eyes off Eli Manning who keeps throwing the ball downfield on his way to the fifth 400-yard game in the last six meetings with the Eagles. (Giants 33-27)
Week 13: Bears (5-6) at Giants (6-5)
Mitch Trubisky is taking longer to develop than anticipated as the Bears watch the other three NFC North teams vie for playoff slots. Two straight losses have all but eliminated Chicago.
New York mixes up their offense to keep the Bears’ strong defense guessing. It works enough as the backup running back and fourth receiver score touchdowns in a nondescript win. (Giants 20-7)
Week 14: Giants (7-5) at Redskins (2-10)
Don’t look now, but the Giants are wild-card contenders! There are four teams one win ahead of them. The Giants know if they win out, anything is possible. The word “rebuilding” is banned from the locker room and replaced with more positive terms like “playoff-contending” or “winning”.
Meanwhile, the Redskins are putting together a special game plan for the Giants and stockpiling all the emotions they can for their Sunday meeting. For the second time, Washington ambushes the Giants, throwing a damper on their party. (Redskins 24-16)
Week 15: Titans (5-8) at Giants (7-6)
Tennessee comes off an impressive win against the Jaguars and entertains notions of salvaging an 8-8 season.
But the Giants still think they can steal a wild-card slot. The Titans bottle up the passing game, but Saquon Barkley shows why Dave Gettleman made him the second overall pick, carrying the team to another win. (Giants 24-14)
Week 16: Giants (8-6) at Colts (6-8)
With Andrew Luck looking stronger every week, the Colts also have aspirations of a .500 season. The Giants drive for a wild-card spot drives them harder than Indianapolis’ modest goal.
Manning spreads the offense against an overmatched Colts squad to keep New York fans praying for a miracle. (Giants 26-14)
Week 17: Cowboys (7-8) at Giants (9-6)
For the third straight week, the Giants are in a position to end a teams’ drive for a .500 season. But the Cowboys know they can not only avoid a losing record with a win, but they can kill any remaining chance of the Giants capturing a wild-card slot.
The contest takes on the appearance of a two-on-two battle. Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott are determined to crush Eli and Saquon. Both defenses play on their heels and are desperate for stops.
The scenario has played out too many times for agonized Giants fans. An emotional roller coaster slams to a stop with the Giants left contemplating what might have been. (Cowboys 31-27)
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What happens next?
In an emotional locker room, Eli Manning says he isn’t sure if he will be back next season. Contract talks with Odell Beckham’s agent immediately break down. The Giants sign free agent Jacoby Brissett and the recently-released Andy Dalton, while insisting 2016 draft pick Davis Webb can be a franchise quarterback. Stay tuned.
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