Authentic Eli Manning Jersey , theyve gotten a break with some of the quarterbacks theyve had to face. They got the likes of Nick Mullens, Chase Daniel, and Mark Sanchez. Even Carson Wentz was proven to not be healthy when he played. Whatever your opinion of Marcus Mariota is, hes probably still the best quarterback the Giants have faced in a while.The Titans also present a mystery of what team will show up, especially on offense. Per Football Outsiders, Tennessee ranks 27th in offensive variance, meaning theres little consistency to the Titans production from week-to-week.Numbers that matterCan the turnovers continue?Over the past few weeks, the Giants defense has taken advantage of forcing turnovers. Since the Giants bye, they are tied for third among NFL teams with 12 turnovers forced. Only the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints have more. Over the first eight weeks of the season, the Giants only had nine turnovers forced. Obviously, this has helped both the offense and defense score points during the second half of the season. But its also not a sustainable way to play defense.While the Giants rank third this season in interceptions per drive on defense, they also rank just 20th in yards allowed per drive and 24th in points allowed per drive. That suggests when the Giants arent taking the ball away, the opposing offense isnt having a tough time moving the ball down the field.Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota can miss some throws and be forced into interceptions. His 2.7 interception rate is tied for the ninth-highest among 32 qualified quarterbacks this season. As a team, the Titans are 16th in interceptions thrown per drive. The task is not going to be as easy as forcing Ryan Fitzpatrick, Jameis Winston, or Mark Sanchez into a mistake.Corey Davis is No. 84 and a No. 1Per Next Gen Stats Womens Connor Barwin Jersey , Davis is sixth in the league among wide receivers in the percentage of his teams targeted air yards at 37.05 percent. This year he hasnt been great on intermediate routes, but hes won a high number of his deep targets with a better catch rate than expected per airyards.comJanoris Jenkins has played better over the past few weeks, but overall still ranks 68th of 72 qualified cornerbacks in success rate per Sports Info Solutions charting from Football Outsiders. Hes only slightly better 57th in yards allowed per pass.Davis has the ability to line up anywhere on the field, is a smooth route runner who sets up breaks well, and is quick enough to take advantage of cuts and double moves. Watch what he does to Stephon Gilmore third in success rate, fifth in yards allowed per pass after Davis motioned to a trips bunch and set up the corner with a stutter step. Gilmore was even called for pass interference on the play.Getting pressureThrough Week 14, the Titans have allowed the fifth-lowest rate of pressure in the league. But now tackle Jack Conklin is on injured reserve and tackle Taylor Lewan has been limited in practice during the week. That could set up the Giants to continue the stretch of defensive pressure theyve put up over the past few weeks.After one sack in his first six games of the season, Oliver Vernon has 3.5 in the past two weeks. It was a matter of time before the sacks started coming and a short-handed Tennessee offensive line could allow that hot streak to continue. Per Football Outsiders, Vernon leads the team in pressure by a significant margin. His 20.5 are well ahead of Kareem Martins 15.0 and Lorenzo Carters 11.0.Taming the tight endsThe Titans typically love to use the tight end. Per Sharp Football Stats, Tennessee has the third-highest rate of plays (31 percent) in 12 personnel, which is one running back and two tight ends. They run 62 percent of the time from that personnel grouping. All that made sense with Delanie Walker and Jonnu Smith, but Walker has been out for most of the season and Smith was just placed on injured reserve.With the injuries, the Titans could see a switch in philosophy, which could help them out in the run game. Despite the heavy running from 12 personnel, the Titans only have a 41 percent success rate on the ground. Out of 11 personnel (three wide receivers), Tennessee has a 48 percent success rate running the ball.Thats the opposite trend with passing Authentic Ray-Ray Armstrong Jersey , though. The Titans have a 41 percent success rate throwing from 11 personnel and 58 percent success rate from 12 personnel and they pass more often with three receivers on the field 66 percent.Tennessees top tight ends right now are Luke Stocker and Anthony Firkser. The Titans could try to run more out of 11 personnel with Corey Davis, Taywan Taylor, and Tajae Sharpe on the field, which could lead to more success on the ground and gives the Titans better options through the air. The New York Giants have their second win of the season. The Giants have been in close games all season long, but continually fell just short and let games slip away. But Monday night against the 2-7 San Francisco 49ers, the Giants were finally able to close out a game. What did we learn as the Giants finally added another game to the win column?The Giants still have no pass rushWe were somewhat excited about the prospects of the Giants defensive front going in to the bye week with flashes from B.J. Hill and Lorenzo Carter in addition to the return of Olivier Vernon.Unfortunately, the bad thing about flashes is that they can be exciting, but they go away. The Giants pass rush apparently missed the plane to California, and never made it to the stadium in time to play the 49ers. Nick Mullens had all the time and space in the pocket he could ask for, as the Giants pass rushers couldnt disengage from blockers and pressure the quarterback in his second start. We wont know until we get a look at the snap counts later on, but it would appear that Carter took fewer snaps, and spent more of them in coverage than in the previous week. The Giants need to find a pass rush if they want this defense to take any steps forward.Eli Manning isnt dead yetDid Eli Manning play a great game? No, not by any stretch of the imagination. He missed a deep strike to Odell Beckham Jr., curiously killed a pass play into a goal line run that went nowhere behind an offensive line that cant run block. He only completed 61.8 percent of his passes and didnt even throw for 200 yards.But all things considered, Manning played well with his career on the line. Manning was only sacked once, but that had as much to do with him evading pressure in the pocket as it did the offensive lines pass protection. He even hit some passes accurately while rolling out on bootlegs. He dissected the 49ers defense , distributed the ball, and took advantage of mismatches and blown coverages when they presented.Most importantly, Manning did score a trio of touchdowns, including one to cap a wild (and penalty-ridden) nine-play drive in the final 2:45 of the game.What does this mean going forward? Probably not much in the grand scheme of things. His career will still eventually come to an end, but it was good to see Classic Eli make some appearances.The Giants are built to be a big-play offensePat Shurmur might not want to run a big-play offense, but thats the team he has. It has been clear through the first nine weeks of the season that the Giants dont have a clear view of their identity on offense. A big part of that is because they have the personnel to be a big-play offense, but seemingly not the desire. With Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, and Saquon Barkley, the Giants have a quartet of receiving options that are both crisp route runners but also athletic mismatches for any defense in the league. Regardless of the pass protection woes, the Giants have the ability to throw haymakers all game long on offense. The problem has been that Shurmur wants to run a conservative, ball control offense. The Giants want to run the ball despite the offensive lines inability to run block. They want to throw passes inside of 5 yards, even if it allows the defense to play downhill and suffocate the playmakers. But when the Giants finally cracked the throttle following an 7-minute drive to open the second half, the team responded. They sprinted down the field in a four-play, 1:25 drive which ended in Odell Beckham Jrs second touchdown. When the Giants moved the ball New York Giants T-Shirt , it was on downfield shots, getting the ball to Beckham, Engram, and Saquon BarkleyThe Giants got lucky with Jamon BrownBrown might not have been the massive upgrade that some hoped when they claimed him on waivers.But he has already proven himself an upgrade, and could improve as he settles in to the Giants blocking scheme. Eli was under some pressure up the middle, with the lone sack coming from the player for whom Brown was responsible. But more often than not, Manning had an actual pocket in which he could step up and avoid pressure off the edges. Brown even laid a key block which lead to Odell Beckhams first touchdown. He has yet to do much to help the teams anemic running game, but the early signs are that the Giants might have a young foundation for their future offensive line in Will Hernandez and Brown. The Giants might have found returnersWe knew Quadree Henderson has juice as a punt returner, and is competent as a kick returner. But we didnt know that Corey Coleman had upside as a kickoff returner.Coleman had a 24-yard return (negated by a 10-yard penalty), and then a huge 51-yard return in the third quarter. If he is able to contribute anything as a receiver, the Giants might have found another piece worth keeping around beyond this season.