1. Giants' offensive EPA (expected points added)
It was obvious after the game's initial drive that the Giants would struggle moving the ball. What wasn't as clear, though, was that New York's would post one of the worst EPA's the league has seen since the COVID 2020 season.
Per ESPN's Bill Barnwell, the Giants logged a -.23.8 EPA, which is somehow barely better than the Broncos -23.7 EPA against the Saints in 2020 ... when Denver was forced to start Kendall Hinton at quarterback. That's a hair better than what the Broncos produced
A then-rookie UDFA out of Wake Forest, Hinton was thrust into action after a trio of Broncos quarterbacks -- including Drew Lock, Jeff Driskel and Brett Rypien -- were unavailable due to an exposure to COVID-19.
Essentially, Daniel Jones and the Giants offense were the equivalent to that, which is almost impossible to fathom given NY was fully healthy.
Back to the drawing board for Brian Daboll and Co.