Sunday, November 17, 2013

The New York Giants win their fourth straight game

The New York Giants win their fourth straight game

The New York Giants defeated the Green Bay Packers on Sunday evening. The final score was 27-13. The game took place at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants defense played well again and the offense was pretty good. The offense still has areas to work on but it has been getting better.

The Giants defense had three interceptions and one of them went back for a touchdown. JPP had his second career interception return for a touchdown. The Giants had only eight interceptions all season before today. The defense has really stepped it up in the last four games. Beason has come to the team and made a huge difference. JPP is getting better and better, he was coming back from a back injury. Justin Tuck has looked better, the defense as a whole is playing great and that is really propelling the team.

The Giants offense has been better because they are more balanced. Andre Brown returning from injury has boosted the team. Eli Manning is playing better but he is still a little off and not in synch with all of the receivers. He was 25-35 for 279 yards. He had a touchdown and an interception. Victor Cruz led the receivers with eight catches for 110 yards. It was the first time a Giants receiver has had at least 100 yards since October 6th in Philadelphia. Rueben Randle had a touchdown catch, which was his sixth of the season. He has two more than Cruz and Brandon Jacobs.

Andre Brown led the rushing attack with 18 carries for 66 yards. He leads the team in rushing yards and has only played in two games. Jacobs was playing for the first time since October 10th in Chicago. He scored his 60th career-rushing touchdown extending his franchise record.

The Giants are now 4-6 and trail the Dallas Cowboys by a game and the Philadelphia Eagles are in first place at 6-5. The Giants host the Cowboys next Sunday at 4:25PM. The Giants could pull even with them and be right behind the Eagles for first place in the NFC East. Who would of thought that after a 0-6 start?


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