1. Are the Giants an 11-5 or 5-11 team?
Of all the 1-1 teams in the league, the Giants have had the most inconsistent performance thus far, beating up on an awful Panthers team in the home opener and getting blown out by an A+ effort from Peyton Manning, Dwight Freeney and the Colts on the road. On paper, you'd expect New York to be .500 after these two matchups, so the record isn't the problem. What's perplexing is the gargantuan disparity in the quality of play from game to game. Are they the team that looked like they're back to Super Bowl form in battering Matt Moore into turnover after turnover or the team that looked old on the offensive line, weak in the defensive front seven and painfully slow to adjust the game plan (never helping the tackles block Freeney and Mathis) against the Colts? It's impossible to say right now, which is personally worrisome to me as a lifelong Giants fan. Fortunately, we'll get our answer by the end of week 5 after tough but winnable matchups with playoff contenders Tennessee, Chicago and Houston.