Title: Tony Pollard Braces for Redemption as New York Giants Struggle Defending the Goal Line
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Guam News Factor – In an unexpected turn of events, the New York Giants find themselves struggling to defend their goal line against running backs this season. As we approach another exhilarating match between divisional rivals, the Dallas Cowboys’ Tony Pollard hopes to capitalize on this weakness and redeem himself after a streak of unfortunate events.
The Giants’ defensive woes have been most apparent inside the 5-yard line, as they have allowed the highest number of goal-line touchdowns to running backs this year. This glaring weakness has not gone unnoticed by Pollard, who has had a particularly unlucky season himself.
Having carried the ball only ten times, Pollard has managed to score a mere two touchdowns on the goal line. However, in their Week 1 matchup against the Giants, he surprised everyone by finding success with two goal-line touchdowns. Now, with another game against the Giants on the horizon, Pollard sees an excellent opportunity to redeem himself and potentially add more touchdowns to his name.
If Pollard manages to score multiple touchdowns in this upcoming game, it will mark the second time he achieves this feat against the Giants in one season. This accomplishment would solidify his place as a formidable force and leave the Giants scratching their heads in frustration.
Remarkably, since Week 8 of last season, Pollard has found the end zone multiple times in six different games, surpassing even the talented Christian McCaffrey in this aspect. This stunning statistic speaks to the potential and explosiveness that Pollard brings to the field.
As the anticipation builds, fans of the Guam News Factor eagerly await the clash between the Cowboys and the struggling Giants. Will Tony Pollard seize the opportunity to redeem himself and further expose the Giants’ vulnerabilities on the goal line? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain – this will be a game not to be missed.
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