After Sunday's 41-23 loss to the Denver Broncos, the New York Giants begin the 2013 season in a 0-2 hole with road games against the Carolina Panthers and Kansas City Chiefs coming up on the schedule.
Fortunately for New York, all three NFC East rivals lost their Week 2 matchups, as Dallas and Philadelphia sit at 1-1 and Washington at 0-2. But that will bring little solace to the Giants as they look back on their turnovers, inefficiency in the run game, missed opportunities on defense, and special teams breakdowns that led to losing the first two games.
"We're disappointed, frustrated, and I can understand how some of the players feel," head coach Tom Coughlin said after yesterday's game. "The whole point is, we have to hang in there. We have 14 games to go, we've been 0-2 before, we've dug ourselves into a hole before, and been able to fight our way out of it, and we did it with 'team.' But the performance level has to come up."
That leads us to our Morning Debate:
What do the Giants need to correct to get back on track?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.