EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Four times in the first half, the Giants' offense advanced inside the Indianapolis 20-yard line. They kicked three field goals to score only nine of a potential 28 points. So what was the problem?
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In two games, the Giants have only five field goals to show for six trips inside the green zone.
"It's something we've got to get better at," quarterback Eli Manning said. "We had three opportunities with that first group of getting down there inside the five-yard line or near it and not get any touchdowns. So obviously that's something where we've got to get better and make sure that we're having good drives and getting the ball that close to the end zone to finish up with seven points instead of settling for three or in one case get nothing when we went for it on fourth down and didn't convert."