With the 2013 regular season now officially in the books, 2014 opponents have been set for all 32 NFL teams. And that, of course, includes the New York Giants who finished the 2013 season with a record of 7-9.
Although it's nearly impossible to tell how tough their strength of schedule will ultimately be (this year is a prime example of the unpredictability), their home schedule looks to be a brutal one. Outside of the typical NFC East home and home, the Giants will host powerful defenses in both Arizona and San Francisco, while taking on a high powered offense in the Colts and what's sure to be a healthier and more improved Falcons team.
With the exception of traveling to Seattle — one of the most difficult places to play in the league — their away schedule, at first glance, appears to be much tamer. The Rams, although hard-hitting, seem to play at a lower level outside of the NFC West, while the Jaguars and Titans are … well, the Jaguars and Titans.
If Big Blue can come back healthy and with a revamped offensive line, our first instinct is to look at this schedule and think 10-11 wins. But that's thinking entirely too far ahead for right now.
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