RUN WITH IT: The Giants haven’t rushed for a 100 yards as a team yet after averaging 116.4 a game a year ago. They released No. 1 running back Ahmad Bradshaw to clear the way for David Wilson. Now, he’s out and Brandon Jacobs figures to make his first start since the end of the Giants’ 2011 season.
NO DEFENSE: The Giants have allowed at least 31 points in each loss, tying an NFL record set by the Chicago Cardinals in 1954, and it’s not hard to see why. They have no pass rush and can’t get off the field on third down. Opponents have converted 39 of 79 chances, the second-highest percentage in the league.