New York Giants 2020 Schedule: Win and Loss Prediction

The release of the NFL 2020 schedule has brought a new round of pessimism among some Giant supporters. The Giants are already in the discussion of having a top ten pick in the 2021 draft. I am going to take a different view of the 2020 season as far as the Giants are concerned. In the NFL, good coaching is a crucial factor in determining the success of a team. I have a lot of confidence in Coach Joe Judge. The new and competent Giant coaching staff is a significant upgrade over the previous staff. I believe that rookie Head Coach Judge will lead the Giants to a winning record and a playoff spot in the 2020 season.

I thought that the Giants were poorly prepared to compete in almost every game they played last year. They were disorganized on defense and far too predictable on offense. In the past two years, the Giants were competitive but lost many games that they were in a position to win. In the 2020 season, the Giants improved roster will be helpful, but ultimately what will make the difference will be vast enhancements in the following areas; game preparation, player development, use of personnel, roster and practice squad formation, and most importantly game management.

I’m going to go on record right now and predicting that this Giants team will make the playoffs after ending the 2020 season 10 and 6.

Monday, Sept. 14Steelers at Giants1-0At this point, I don’t know who the Steelers are. They have been hot and cold recently. Giants will make their fans happy and win the opener.
Sunday, Sept. 20Giants at Bears2-0The Bears were supposed to be good last year but weren’t. The Giants will find a way to win this game.
Sunday, Sept. 2749ers at Giants2-1The 49ers are an excellent team. Are they still licking their wounds over a Super-bowl loss? Maybe, but they’ll win this one.
Sunday, Oct. 4Giants at Rams2-2The Rams will be rebounding from last year’s mediocre season and will win this game.
Sunday, Oct. 11Giants at Cowboys3-2Upsets happen all the time. Giants will stun the talented Cowboys. 
Sunday Oct. 18,Redskins at Giants4-2Confident Giants will win a close one at home.
Thursday, Oct. 22Giants at Eagles4-3As much as I would like this to be a victory, it won’t. Sadly the Eagles will win.
Monday, Nov. 2Bucs at Giants5-3The Bus are going to continue to be over-hyped. When they start playing, reality will soon set in. Giants beat Brady without Eli. 
Sunday, Nov. 8Giants at Redskins5-4
The Redskins will be an improved team and play hard for their new coach and split the series.
Sunday, Nov. 15Eagles at Giants6-4Finally! Giants will beat the Eagles.
Bye week

Sunday, Nov. 29Giants at Bengals7-4The Bengals have improved, but not enough. Giants win at home again.
Sunday, Dec. 6Giants at Seahawks7-5Giants will lose in Seattle. It will be close, but ultimately the Seahawks will prevail.
Sunday, Dec. 13Cardinals at Giants8-5Cardinals have a lot of firepower. But on this blustery December day in the Meadowlands, the Giants will win.
Sunday, Dec. 20Browns and Giants9-5Will Beckham be still playing for the Browns? It won’t matter because by then the Browns will be in self-destruction mode. The Giants will win.
Sunday, Dec. 27Giants at Ravens9-6At this point the Ravens are not a team, the Giants, could beat.
Sunday, Jan. 3Cowboys at Giants10-6Giants will beat the Cowboys and sweep the series.

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