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Giants O-Line Getting Closer to Being in Sync

From: Pro Football Weekly

The Giants’ offensive line was praised as perhaps the best unit — maybe not the five best individual talents, but the most cohesive group — heading into the season by NFL people. Through two games, that sentiment hasn’t changed much. Eli Manning has been sacked four times in 68 pass plays, which is a higher percentage than last season, but the running game has produced a scalding 5.6 yards per carry.

ORG Chris Snee finally might be recognized for his ability this season, and ORT Kareem McKenzie is off to a great start. Still, head coach Tom Coughlin sees room for more cohesion. “I think a team can have a rhythm and I think the team — when all 11 [players] are meshing at the same time — can be productive and can appear to be in rhythm. I don’t know that we are always … that everybody is in total sync on every play. … I wouldn’t say we are there. But we are making an attempt to do that.”


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