Despite losing four out of the past five games, New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings is confident that his team can right the ship and start a late season push.
“Everything is right there in front of us on the line,” noted Jennings. “This is the situation where we know what we have to do when we come in on Monday.
Jennings, 30, has just 431 rushing yards and one touchdown through 12 games and the Giants hold claim to the league’s No. 29 ranked rushing offense.
Luckily for New York, it will face a Dolphins defensive front that ranks No. 30 in the NFL at stopping the run by surrendering 134.8 yards per contest.
Big Blue’s offense has been one-dimensional throughout most of the season and if there was ever a time to turn things around it would be on Monday in Miami.