"We have to get the ball in the end zone more," he said. "We're going up against a good team that's outstanding against letting teams in the end zone.
We started to run the ball better the last couple of games, and we need to continue to do that. We have to put points on the board when we get down in the red zone. Otherwise, we're not going to win games. We can improve in a lot of areas, but unless it results in points (we're not going to win).
The Giants are 29th in the NFL in points per game (14.3 a game), 27th in rushing yardage (87.3 yards a game), tied for 30th in offensive red zone efficiency (five touchdowns in 15 possessions, or 33.3 percent) and their turnover differential is minus-4.