2011 New York Giants Championship Season Highlights 73 minutes

2011 New York Giants Championship Season Highlights 73 minutes

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Another miraculous Giants run. 9-7, good for 4th seed, beating the hated Cowboys in weeks 14 and 17 to win the division. DL immediately. Check my channel for more Films, and Greatest Games.
These Giants are not the Giants of my lifetime. It's a passing offense, with a Bad Run game. 31st ranked Offensive Line by Profootballfocus. 2011 is a passing offense, Coordinated by Run and Shoot guru Kevin Gilbride, which in the 1990's brought option routes to the NFL. Defenses hated it, but, That offense was too rigid in its 4WR base. Gilbride adapted the playbook to be more multiple, especially run centric 06-07-08, to use FB and TEs. With Coughlin as your boss, you're going to run the ball and run it well. In 2011 though he went spread to its run and shoot roots.
In 2011 The Giants COULDN'T run, the O line had deteriorated through injury and age from its 2007-2008 Peak. No problem, Gilbride had an answer for that, an offensive scheme that's hard to stop, and was different from most offenses teams faced. Instead of the 4WR, The Giants rolled out 3WR 1TE as their base, with Victor Cruz as the dangerous slot man who was often allowed Option route, just cut away from defender's leverage, whether a Nickel Corner or a Safety or linebacker in Zone. Run out of the Shotgun, the Giants scored points, won when they needed to, improved throughout until they could blowout the Packers in Lambeau in NFC Championship.