In their first home game since Week 2, the Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
They will try for their first win of the year against an Eagles team thank ranks first on the ground, propelled by the NFL's leading rusher through the first quarter of the season, LeSean McCoy (468 yards). Meanwhile, quarterback Michael Vick is averaging 8.8 yards per carry of his own for 228 yards in addition to guiding the No. 11 passing offense in the NFL. Throw in wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who is tied for sixth with 393 yards, and the Giants defense will be tested in Week 5.
"As I said, very good skill with a very unique pattern that all of us have been scrambling to work on all throughout the winter, and they've been very effective with it," Tom Coughlin said Wednesday. "But when you study and you watch, you see again the skill that we've always seen when Michael Vick is at the controls and McCoy and so on and so forth as far as their football team."
That leads us to our Morning Debate:
Who is the most dangerous offensive weapon on the Eagles?
QB Michael Vick
RB LeSean McCoy
WR DeSean Jackson
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.