With 4 prime time games and the third toughest schedule in the NFL can the NY Giants make the leap they want to make?

For the first time since 1990 an NFL has to play 7 of their first 10 games on the road. That team? You guessed it, the NY football Giants.
They will start the year off, surprise, on the road against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. A trip to the west coast to Arizona and Giants requested they stay there, so the San Fransisco 49ers are next on Thursday Night Football. The Giants have the third of their prime time games at home versus Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

They round out their string of prime time in December against the Green Bay Packers on week 14 of Monday Night Football. This follows a week 13 bye. The Giants travel to the Philadelphia Eagles in week 16 on Christmas Day then finish the season at home against the Eagles again.
It could be a tough task in a tough division to make that major leap, a saving grace could be the games against the NFC West, which has some teams on the dowturn or some big questions marks.