New York Giants top Buffalo Bills in Hall of Fame Game

By Ricky Yandoli,

The New York Giants earned a hard fought victory against the Buffalo Bills Sunday night during the preseason-opening Hall of Fame game. The final score was 17-13.

Andre Williams, who the Giants drafted from Boston College this year, played exceptionally well. He ran for 48 yards on seven carries. According to the Associated Press, last season, Williams led the nation with 2,177 yards rushing.

Williams has the potential to help the Giants on offense after they struggled last season scoring. It took the Giants until week seven in 2013 to win their first game of the season. With his potential, Williams has the opportunity to take some of the pressure off of Eli Manning.

Head coach Tom Coughlin was pleased with how the team communicated with each other in no-huddle situations, reports the New York Daily News. However, the Giants still have a lot of work to do in order to be competitive every single week.

"I like this offense because we have tools," Giants running back Rashad Jennings said of the new-look offense. "We have tools to fix any problem a defense throws at us."

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