The New York Giants haven't made the postseason the past four years, but Eli Manning sees the drought ending this season.
The Giants made a number of changes this offseason, including the departure of Tom Coughlin and promoting of Ben McAdoo as coach.
"I'm excited about this year with the Giants, I'm excited about Coach (Ben) McAdoo and staying in that same offense," Manning said. "I'm looking forward to getting back to making playoffs and getting back to what we're expected to do."
The Giants increased their scoring average in each of McAdoo's first two seasons as offensive coordinator.
"We expect to score the ball more. We think we can score over 28 points a game," Manning said. "We were close to hitting that last year. I think being my third year in the offense, getting some new weapons like Sterling (Shepard), getting Victor Cruz back, getting Larry Donnell back healthy. .... We do have a lot of weapons."