Is trouble in paradise on it's way to New York City? It sure looks like like it due to the poor records of both the New York Giants and the New York Jets who are both currently 0-3 to start the NFL season.
New York Giants losses came from the Denver Broncos (27-13), Washington FT (30-29), and the Atlanta Falcons last week (17-14).
Giants QB Daniel Jones has 782 passing yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions, along with a 94.3 QBR through three games this season.
As for the Jets, their losses this year came from the Carolina Panthers (19-14), arch divisional rivals the New England Patriots (25-6), and last week with a shutout loss to the Denver Broncos (26-0).
Jets rookie QB Zach Wilson on the other hand is off to real rough start, with just 628 passing yards, two touchdowns, seven interceptions, with a 51.6 QBR.
The Giants are off to their worst start since 2017 with their record being 0-3 while the Jets are pretty much picking up where they left off at the beginning of the season in 2020 while also sitting at 0-3.
Both teams sit in last place in their divisions and playing tough teams the Tennessee Titans (NY Jets) and the New Orleans Saints (NY Giants) who are both 2-1. Both teams are going to need as much luck as they can in order to come out the winners of those games with a win.
With that being said, both offenses will have to come starting fast and both defense must have answers for both running backs Alvin Kamara and Derrick Henry, along with both secondaries in need of being more aggressive now than ever due to high power of both offenses coming their direction.
It's officially do or die for both teams, and it starts now!