The Giants fell to 0-4 on the season after Sunday's loss in Arrowhead Stadium to the Kansas City Chiefs.
It is the first time the Giants have started off a non-strike season with four straight losses since 1979 as the Giants have been outscored by 85 points in that stretch. The Giants offense is 30th in the NFL, averaging 15.3 points per game, while the defense is giving up a league-worst 36.5 points in the first quarter of the season.
There's only one thing Tom Coughlin and his team can do.
"We go back, take a look at the tape and at the next opponent, we come together, we try to plan again," he said after the 31-7 loss to Kansas City. "We go back to work. What else is there for us to do? Go back to work and see if you can make something happen that allows us to be more competitive, to play a second half of a game rather than one half, to play four quarters and put some points on the board to give our defense a chance to re-group rather than send them back out there every three plays."
That leads us to our Morning Debate:
What do the Giants need to change moving forward?
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