Talk Back! What do you want to see in preseason game No. 2?

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Your chance to weigh in on the most pressing Giants-related questions.

The Giants host the Chicago Bears Friday night. Wins and losses aside, what do you want to see most in this second preseason game?

Tell us in the comments below.

Comments (22)
No. 1-9
StrongWoodStudio
StrongWoodStudio

I'm with BigBlueGmen1986... we need to see Eli perform. We've HEARD that his arm has found some sort of miraculous fountain of youth... but we need to SEE it. I heard an interview with Kurt Warner where he mentioned that Eli's style is to wait until the play unfolds and only throw when the receiver is open. I want to see him trust his gut, his O-Line and his receivers! Throw the ball Eli! THROW IT!

GiantSteve
GiantSteve

Hey Pat, I’m adding to my comment from yesterday since I didn’t throw any positives out there because there were some great things from game 1. I’d like to see the same energy from the guys on the sideline that we saw against the Jets. It’s great to see the guys genuinely happy for one another.

Also, I’d like to see the WRs ball out again. Is it just me or does it seem like we don’t have too big of an issue at WR going into week 1 against Dallas even with Tate being suspended? I’m not jumping the gun here as I know things can change quickly but if they continue where they left off, I’m not too worried. Once again, I’m not jumping the gun here because I need to see these WRs be productive and get open against a starting defense but it seems like what was once a big question mark is no longer one.

PopPopBrian
PopPopBrian

Two sustained drives by the 1s on Offense, two stops and pressure by the 1s on D...depth on OL, no injuries...and a partridge in a pear tree! 🙄

EMPIREPRMAN
EMPIREPRMAN

Glad to see more comments. I would like to see more of a pass rush. I know they don't want to show too many blitzes yet. But, I want to see them get to the opposing QB quickly so their young secondary can make more plays.

bvrkilmatt
bvrkilmatt

Readers

Back up O-line play will be interesting to watch. I want to see how the backups are able to protect the QB as well as open holes for runners. Let's not see any penalties!