CHARLOTTE, N.C. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Giants’ offense is a mess, and coach Tom Coughlin knows time is running out to find answers and salvage the season.
New York’s 38-0 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday was the most lopsided defeat in Coughlin’s 10 seasons with the Giants. It speaks volumes about just how far they are from being a competitive team.
“Something is definitely going to have to happen because this is intolerable,” safety Antrel Rolle said. “There needs to be a reality check.”
After the Giants’ loss in Week 2, Rolle said the team showed a “lack of excitement” on the sidelines.
“Whether there was fight or not, we didn’t fight enough,” he said Sunday.
In three games, the Giants have turned the ball over 13 times, Eli Manning has been sacked 11 times, and New York has only 133 yards rushing.
The Giants have been outscored 115-54 en route to an 0-3 start.
“Disappointed isn’t a strong enough word,” Coughlin said after Sunday’s performance.
The Giants have plenty of concerns as they prepare for next Sunday’s game against Kansas City (3-0).
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