It now comes down to this: Who can play the best football in the final seven weeks of the season?
Nothing that transpired before this matters. The Giants losing their first five games is meaningless.
Here’s the crazy thing:
Five wins might actually get this done.
It’ll probably take six. God, it should take six. It’s all but impossible to believe that the weekly pillow fight that is the NFC
Grading the Giants after their 27-17 win over the Eagles on Sunday.
Daniel Jones did not throw a touchdown pass and no one cared. He also did not commit a turnover (everyone cares about that)
Beware of flying pigs.
The Giants finally figured out how to hold a big lead against the Eagles and now they are tied in the win column for the lead in the NFC East in the middle of November.
The first nine games of the season do not matter.
Evan Engram dropping that critical fourth-quarter pass at the Linc does not matter. Andrew Thomas mimicking Ereck Flowers does not matter.
Golden Tate missed one game for putting his foot in his mouth and might miss more because of a knee injury.
Tate was hurt late in Thursday’s practice, according to the Giants. Originally scheduled
Grading the Giants after their 23-20 win over the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
Daniel Jones played a clean game (although he did get a fumble on his ledger when he lost the ball out of
The fourth time quiets the alarms.
After blowing double-digit leads in each of their last three losses, the visiting Giants forced two turnovers late in the fourth quarter and five in the game Sunday
Mike Tannenbaum thinks it’s already time for the Giants to move on from Daniel Jones.
But another big name formerly with the Jets, Keyshawn Johnson, does not believe Gang Green should bail yet on
Daniel Jones needs to sit.
The Giants’ second-year quarterback must be benched.
Not for the season.
Not for the rest of the month.
Just for their next game, Sunday at