Lions Look to Puncture New York Defense in Monday Night Showcase

Ben Mc Adoo is finding much offense on his Giant playsheet of late and that needs to change in a hurry

McAdoo offered up nothing of substance as it relates to what good things Flowers did in Week 2, but his stance on the 23-year-old was shared by fellow offensive lineman Justin Pugh.

"They're good with or without him, but he is a dynamic player", Lions safety Glover Quin said, referring to Beckham, who has led the Giants in receiving in each of his first three seasons. The Giants even continuously threw the ball short of the first-down marker late in the game as they were attempting to mount a comeback.

Manning does, however, have at least a few traits left in the toolbox and one of them is leadership. Fixing them is another. "The dimensions of the field were going to be the same", quarterback Matthew Stafford said. "I'm not sure what you mean by calling him out; we need to get the ball snapped". This is NY. "Any time there's a delay of game, it's on the quarterback and can't afford to not get it right there".

Part of the reason is the offense, which has scored less than 20 points in eight consecutive games, including last year's postseason loss in Green Bay. He first pushed the tempo to catch the Giants with twelve men on the field. "Breakdowns are spread out, it's not just one player making breakdowns". Now maybe we've got to just hold them down to maybe three points, keep them from out of the red zone and stop the big plays.

"Only thing it guarantees you is that you won't be 1-15", Caldwell said Tuesday.

"We've had some production there just in terms of collapsing the pocket and getting ourselves near and around the quarterback", Caldwell said. "So, somebody's got to win a job or take a job to get a job". "Once it hits zero, they look at the ball, look at the clock, usually have a tick once it hits zero to get the ball snapped without it being a delay of game". Odell Beckham Jr. isn't going to be pressured by your flailing rosters.

Beckham played 34 snaps and finished with four catches for 36 yards, but the question the rest of the week will be how his ankle is recovering from the game action.

"He got some treatment this morning", McAdoo said. When the offense stagnated in the second half, the team needed a someone to make a play and ice the game. He knew the offensive line was the weak link of this team.

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"Playing left tackle in the National Football League is very, very hard". He was sacked five times by the Lions.

Yet, through two games this season, Flowers, the ninth overall pick in the 2015 draft, continues to struggle with consistency in his technique.

Philadelphia's defensive line has the ability to generate a ton of pressure and defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz isn't afraid to send blitzes. They played a lot of line stunts, played aggressively there.

There's no way he could have played more.