Jason Garrett's offense continues to flounder for winless Giants

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The New York Giants have scored three touchdowns in 16 quarters this season, and they didn’t score any in Sunday’s 17-9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Who knows when that first win of the season will come? Jason Garrett’s offense isn’t just struggling, it’s bordering on incompetence. At least the Giants play Garrett’s former team, the Dallas Cowboys, next Sunday. Nobody is playing worse defense than the Cowboys; just like nobody is playing worse offense than the Giants.

New York remained stuck at three touchdowns this season by settling for three field goals in three red zone trips on Sunday. In four games they’ve reached the end zone the same number of times that Odell Beckham Jr. did on Sunday alone for the Cleveland Browns.

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It’s not as if they’re getting a ton of chances. The Giants produced just 67 yards of total offense in the first half Sunday, when the teams combined to produce 183 yards — the lowest total in any game

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