3 games. 3 losses.
The Giants have not started a season this poorly since 1996. And to take matters from frustration to full on crisis mode, the third game of this trifecta of terror for the New York team was a 38-0 humiliation at the hands of the Carolina Panthers.
You read that right: a 38-point shutout loss to the offensively challenged Panthers, who entered the game without a win on the season, averaging just 15 points per game. In their entire history, Carolina has never won a game by a bigger margin.
Oh but it doesn’t stop there. The Giants have never lost a game by a more lopsided score in the 10-year tenure of Coach Tom Coughlin, a Hall of Fame coach with two Super Bowl victories on his resume.
No way is this the same Giants team that just 19 months ago won it’s second Super Bowl in just five years. This season is unprecedented. But just how much worse can it get?
Worse it appears. A LOT worse.