Midway through the second quarter on Saturday night, Giants quarterback Eli Manning was on the sideline in a hat. His helmet would serve strictly as a headset for the remainder of the evening.

Manning was done working against the Pittsburgh Steelers, having barely broken a sweat while attempting two passes in four drives. He did not complete one.

While Manning stood on the sideline listening to the play calls being relayed to his backup Ryan Nassib, his offensive line remained on the field. They still had more work left to do.

This wasn't an accident. Coach Tom Coughlin and new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo remain unsure what they currently have at their disposal. They needed to see more from the unit comprised (from left to right) of Charles Brown, Geoff Schwartz, J.D. Walton, Brandon Mosley and Justin Pugh.