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Sunday night wrap-up: Giants give it away

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Only in a Cowboys-Giants game can Tony Romo come back from an injury to lead a win, and become almost a footnote.

Romo played well enough for long enough to hang on for a 36-31 Cowboys win, despite clearly not feeling well after a second-quarter shot to the ribs. But the story was the Giants coughing up a game they had a chance to win, even after committing five turnovers.

The sixth, inside the two-minute warning, was more than they could withstand. Eli Manning’s futile chase of Brandon Carr after his third interception was symbolic of the night, the frustration of repeated errors boiled over.

Romo may or may not be completely well, he’s played with rib injuries before. But he missed just one play and threw for a pair of touchdowns, showing the kind of toughness he has so many times. It wasn’t the most efficient, as he wasn’t able to bury the game when the Giants were begging him to.

But unlike every other time the Giants have been to Jerry Jones’ new stadium, it worked.

Here are five more things we learned during Sunday Night Football:

1. David Wilson was a first-round pick in 2012, taken one spot after Doug Martin.

But we may never see him again, at least carrying the ball for the Giants.

Fumbling on his second NFL carry found him a place in the doghouse last year, and fumbling twice in this year’s opener may make him a return man for the rest of his career.

He’s clearly a talented back, but he might not going to get many more chances to show it for Tom Coughlin. Ball security isn’t the only issue, as his pass protection isn’t sufficient either.

They can’t turn to Ahmad Bradshaw now, he’s a Colt. And with Andre Brown on short-term IR, it will be another few months before he can fix things.

The Giants sniffed around some veteran backs last week (working out Beanie Wells and Jonathan Dwyer among others), and it’ll be a surprise if they don’t add one this week.

2. Monte Kiffin still has it.

The Cowboys managed a grand total of 16 turnovers last year.

It looked like they were going to match it in the first half. The Cowboys forced three turnovers in the first quarter alone, picking Manning twice and forcing the first Wilson fumble.

The elder coordinator’s legacy in the NFL is well-established, but if he can keep the Cowboys playing this well — especially given the injury depleted defensive line — it might be as impressive as anything he’s done.

Turning a middling 3-4 defense to a productive 4-3 is a feat, and doing it with Nick Hayden and George Selvie instead of Jay Ratliff and Anthony Spencer is practically alchemy.

3. Jason Witten has it too, sort of.

The veteran tight end was caught on camera having a bit of gastro-intestinal distress, but continued to play his guts out after surrendering his pre-game meal.

Early in the game, Romo seemed to be making a conscious effort to get the ball to Miles Austin, as Dez Bryant was drawing so much attention from the Giants’ secondary.

But it didn’t take long to get the 31-year-old back into the flow. He caught 110 passes last year, but only three for touchdowns. That doesn’t appear to be case this time through, with two already.

4. It’s fun to see hustle pay off.

Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray finished the night with 86 rushing yards.

But his biggest contribution might have been the four points he saved when the game was in doubt.

Murray had the tackle when Giants safety Ryan Mundy picked off a Romo pass in the first quarter and returned it 91 yards.

Murray’s tackle dropped Mundy at the 1, and when the Cowboys defense held, the Giants were forced into a field goal.

It wasn’t quite Don Beebe-Leon Lett, but it was an effort play that paid off.

5. Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz isn’t playing like a guy who just got paid.

After getting his big contract this summer, the Giants’ slot receiver continued to make big plays. His 70-yard touchdown was nice, the second one was a tougher play, and the third was meaningful.

With Hakeem Nicks in a contract drive, the Giants knew they were going to have at least one highly motivated receiver. Having two could make them dangerous, and getting Rueben Randle incorporated gives them plenty of options, as long as Manning doesn’t continue throwing it to the other team.

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75 Responses to “Sunday night wrap-up: Giants give it away”
  1. logicalvoicesays says: Sep 8, 2013 11:46 PM

    Snore. The Cowboys beat the worst football team in NY. Big deal. With 6 turnovers, still suffered to beat the mediocre Football Giants. The class of this division and conference is clearly the Washington Redskins. Nobody ever dare say Eli is even half the QB RGIII is. Romo is a big joke also. Of course Jerrah gave him a 100 million dollars. That’s what inept franchises do! Thank Goodness we have sensible football guys in DC with Snyder, Allen and Shanahan. See you all in the playoffs with Home field advantage in FedEx Field. #BurgundyandGoldSTANDARD

  2. thekiller678 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:46 PM

    Huge Giants fan here. We played like garbage for the majority of the game, but at the same time I don’t think that was Dallas’ best shot either. So Im not gonna pull the “we beat ourselves” card.

    Also believe it or not, actually happy with the defense. They played well considering the field position and turnovers by the offense that were stacked against them.

    Oh well, another classic Giants-Cowboys game..Hopefully Eli can match his brother next week… We’ll need him to

  3. itsmammoth says: Sep 8, 2013 11:47 PM

    1-0 in AT&T Stadium.

  4. Eli on Injured Reserve says: Sep 8, 2013 11:47 PM

    Eli is done for the season. Time to put in Nassib. Three interceptions. Pathetic.

    Wilson with his hands of glass, is not long for this league. Certainly Coughlin will never play him again. I hear Tebow is available.

  5. logicalvoicesays says: Sep 8, 2013 11:48 PM

    Hail to the Redskins!
    Hail Victory!
    Braves on the Warpath!
    Fight for old D.C.!
    Run or pass and score — we want a lot more!
    Beat ‘em, Swamp ‘em,
    Touchdown! — Let the points soar!
    Fight on, fight on ‘Til you have won
    Sons of Wash-ing-ton. Rah!, Rah!, Rah!
    Hail to the Redskins!
    Hail Victory!
    Braves on the Warpath!
    Fight for old D.C.!

  6. justintuckrule says: Sep 8, 2013 11:49 PM

    Tiki fumbled a million times early too. Lets relax with the “he’s a goner” talk.

    This loss falls squarely on our GM for leaving us with zero nfl ready rbs. I said this all week that they NEED to sign Jacobs or else Eli will get killed. At least the defense wasn’t bad. They held Murray and dez pretty well. No worries.

  7. skinsfan91 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:51 PM

    Redskins are going to mow through this division.

  8. gibson34 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:52 PM

    HEP PFT…..THIS TEAM HAS IT AND GET RATLIFF AND SPENCER BACK ALONG WITH BEING ABLE TO SCORE 30 PTS PER GAME THIS TEAM COULD GO UNDEFEATED AND WIN SB NUMBER 6.

    HOW BOUT THOSE COWBOYS!!!!!

  9. dirtybird28 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:52 PM

    Romo played great. Dallas D looked incredible, but too lax when they got ahead by ten or more on each occasion. They need to stay focused and not just on the fact that they had a ton of turnovers.

  10. chrismgillis says: Sep 8, 2013 11:52 PM

    now u sit and wait to hear the Eli is better than Peyton crowd to chime in. Maybe Eli has a chance to match Peyton with seven….INTS that is:)

  11. trefkennedy says: Sep 8, 2013 11:55 PM

    It’s only one game, and we need to score better when given the opportunities when we are in the red zone, but I like what I seen tonight from the defense and o-line Team Cowboys

  12. bigbluenationdb says: Sep 8, 2013 11:55 PM

    David Wilson career will be over quickly. No team will give him a chance. Teams around the league have him pegged as a fumbler. I can’t think of a player in recent history who had the ball taken from him twice in seven carries. See Ya Wilson!

  13. microc22 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:58 PM

    Michael Turner can be a short term answer for that horrible display at the RB position.

  14. realfootballfan says: Sep 8, 2013 11:59 PM

    Monte Kiffin getting his career back from what his son did to it the last 5 years. The Cowboy defense looked great tonight.

  15. jhop86 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:00 AM

    5 long years it finally happened

  16. blueballz77 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:00 AM

    If we turn the ball over 5xs!!! instead of 6! we win, lol Horrendous O just horrendous

  17. dlbpatsfan says: Sep 9, 2013 12:01 AM

    I still say Hakeem Nicks is better than Victor Cruz.

  18. Eli on Injured Reserve says: Sep 9, 2013 12:03 AM

    The New York Football Giants are in last place in the division. And where are the fans now claiming that Wilson doesn’t have a fumbling problem? Hate to say I told you so, but I told you so.

  19. thelastbesthope says: Sep 9, 2013 12:06 AM

    Both of these NFC East teams are stink bad.

    The preview of the NFC Championship game was 49′ers vs Pack.

  20. alligatorsnapper says: Sep 9, 2013 12:12 AM

    Dallas’ defense showed up tonight! Romo and the offense played “well enough for long enough” and the ‘Boys beat the Giants. It is too early to get hopes too high, it is just one game. How can any team hope to win by turning the ball over that many times and yet being that close after it was over? The Giants did very well despite the huge number of turnovers.

  21. dallashomer says: Sep 9, 2013 12:13 AM

    I’m ready for the Romo haters to start questioning his toughness. Well?

  22. pzkslc says: Sep 9, 2013 12:13 AM

    Eli pulled a Romo on the last drive. Good thing Tony’s not hurt too bad.

  23. beerbudsnbevo says: Sep 9, 2013 12:17 AM

    Let’s see how they look when Brian Waters suits up next week….Cowboys may not be half bad

    And Giants fans…keep your heads up. That wasn’t bad considering all of the injuries

  24. dezertdweller says: Sep 9, 2013 12:17 AM

    “The Story” was the Dallas Defense – refreshing to see Romo getting some help from the O-Line, Defense and Running Game!

  25. skipbaylesslovesmen says: Sep 9, 2013 12:17 AM

    Glad I took David Wilson in the 3rd round this year. Usually I lose running backs to IR early in the season. Now lose one to sloppy ball security. VT running backs suck

  26. taintedsaints2009 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:22 AM

    for the giants to keep that game close after 6 turnovers, frankly, is impressive.

  27. michiganstillsucks says: Sep 9, 2013 12:26 AM

    You mean the cowpies are not a juggernaut heading straight to the Super Bowl?? What a pillow fight. Both of those teams will be lucky to win 7 games!!

  28. 950003cups says: Sep 9, 2013 12:26 AM

    Tough loss

  29. berniemadoffsides says: Sep 9, 2013 12:26 AM

    Jonathan Dwyer makes the most sense.

  30. dino2997 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:28 AM

    Not a Cowboys or Giants fan but the title “Giants give it away” really isn’t fair to the Cowboys considering their defense played lights out when it mattered.

  31. larrybrown43 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:29 AM

    Boy do Collinsworth and Michaels go out of their way to not blame Manning. That last pick was totally his fault. He fired it. It’s easier to blame the scrub who doesn’t have the famous brother and father.

  32. staubach12ismyidol says: Sep 9, 2013 12:31 AM

    Correct title should read “Cowboys Defense TAKES it away” The Giants didn’t “give it away” willingly. I think the Cowboys D had something to do with it.

  33. calizcowboyz says: Sep 9, 2013 12:32 AM

    giants gave NOTHING

    WE TOOK IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. multiplemiggs says: Sep 9, 2013 12:35 AM

    HAHAHHHAAH CIRCUS

  35. antmings says: Sep 9, 2013 12:43 AM

    That’s a game dallas would have lost in years past…there’s something special with this team

  36. notbrettfavre says: Sep 9, 2013 12:49 AM

    This might have been the ugliest game I’ve ever seen between any two teams. This game was a lot closer than it seemed; anyone who tells you different doesn’t know football.

    6 turnovers and the Cowboys only won by 5? They should have put up at least 50. Enjoy the night, but I wouldn’t get too excited until the Cowboys learn to capitalize a lot more.

    I wouldn’t want to be a running back on the Giants right now, Coughlin is going to rip them apart on the way home. No part of the backfied looked good tonight. Frankly, the only players on that offense that shouldn’t be getting yelled at are Nicks, Cruz, and Randle. On a positeve note, Eli showed some shifty feet in the pocket.

    If the Giants can fix the turnover problem, they can be a very dangerous team. Same for the Cowboys if they can get more points of turnovers.

  37. ppc50 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:49 AM

    The Cowboys should have won by 16, at least. Their defense played very well, considering their DL is patchwork. Very bias “reporting.”

  38. pappageorgio says: Sep 9, 2013 12:56 AM

    Here’s a question….

    Why does Cruz (and other WRs from media darling teams) not have to “complete the process of the catch” when Calvin Johnson gets jobbed by the BFL on a semi-regular basis.

    Look at the catches today. Tell me the difference. Please.

  39. bluemist says: Sep 9, 2013 12:57 AM

    As a Cowboy fan, I am very happy with the new defense so far. Hallelujah. It’s good to see DeMarco Murray out there. He was really fighting for extra yardage.

    I am still shocked at the Giants turnovers. The only thing missing was wrapping paper and a bow.

  40. youngdru88 says: Sep 9, 2013 12:58 AM

    Dallas rush D was good. but man did they get shredded thru the air.. pass rush was MIA at times.. offense looked outta sync all game.. a win.. but a lot of work to do.. hoping Spencer and Waters play next week

  41. rasta028 says: Sep 9, 2013 1:08 AM

    All those turnovers and the Cowpukes still managed to almost lose, I’ve seen enough of Monte Kiffin or any Kiffin for that matter to know that, it’s the Redskins division to lose this year cause all the other NFC east teams are a joke.

    HTTR!

  42. footballviewer says: Sep 9, 2013 1:14 AM

    Wilson could be overrated, and maybe he never amounts to a good starting RB in the NFL. Plenty of RBs with athletic ability never make it.

    However, based on what Coughlin said after the game, there is no reason to believe the following:

    “But we may never see him again, at least carrying the ball for the Giants.”

    After Coughlin made comments critical of Wilson, he also made sure to say that Wilson is a very important player for the Giants. It sure didn’t sound like Coughlin was looking to bury Wilson.

    Then Manning said that sometimes the best thing to do when a player fumbles is to let him get the ball again so that he doesn’t dwell on his mistake and he gets the chance to do the right thing and gain confidence.

    There’s nothing crazy or controversial about what Coughlin and Manning said, but it isn’t as sexy as saying something like “Wilson is GONE!!!” even though that is probably very wrong.

  43. hogdropalogonbigd says: Sep 9, 2013 1:18 AM

    Nice game Cowboys. All it took was a sixth turnover to barely hang on for the win.

  44. Mr. Wright 212 says: Sep 9, 2013 1:34 AM

    No matter how Dallas fans spin it, you only forced two turnovers, had four gimmes for six total and were a bench player’s butterfingers away from losing on the final drive yet again. Tonight was not February 3.

  45. sharingankunai says: Sep 9, 2013 1:40 AM

    Giants killed their chances of winning with 6 turnovers. Sloppy game all around,very disappointed. Hopefully they will get better before next week when big bro comes to town.

  46. rebeljpl says: Sep 9, 2013 1:50 AM

    guaranteed that if the Giants won, there would be a hell of a lot more comments on here almost two hours after the game. it was ugly but the giant’s “advantage” here in arlington didnt help them tonight. regardless of the bad play and inconsistency of the cowboys, the giants were gifted the opportunity to still be in it several times and still could not capitalize on it.

  47. divious24 says: Sep 9, 2013 3:36 AM

    1st to comment b4 all the haters do congrats on finally defending the home against the giants n forcing 6 turnovers bcuz last year the D on collected 16 all season

  48. well7765 says: Sep 9, 2013 3:50 AM

    Can someone explain why Cruz’s second TD counted even though he dropped it while going to the ground but Calvin Johnson lost a TD when he reached across the goal line and dropped it? They are almost identical plays. That rule is still very confusing to me.

  49. unislaya says: Sep 9, 2013 5:20 AM

    It amazes me that both of these team’s fan-bases are delusional enough to think either is relevant. Both looked bad, real bad. The Cowblow’s just made 1 less mistake.

  50. wearethesteelers says: Sep 9, 2013 6:04 AM

    Eli is garbage.

  51. elmerbrownelmerbrown says: Sep 9, 2013 6:17 AM

    That was an insult to GIANTS fans and fans of the NFL ! You know how sometimes you can’t stay awake for a night game and fall asleep midway through the third quarter with the game on,,,,well I didn’t do that I thought if your gonna insult me that bad why should I watch ! In years past I would have tossed and turned and lost sleep over horrible play ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,not no more ! Click OFF and was snoring away 2 minutes later and got a great nights sleep ! T truly mean this I have played and seen better games on the sandlot !

  52. dogman9 says: Sep 9, 2013 6:30 AM

    NYG continue to be overrated, Eli is a walking turnover machine. Regressing, very strong case for a losing season and no playoffs again. Eli will get torched by Peyton next Sunday.

  53. greenbloodking says: Sep 9, 2013 6:32 AM

    This is why Eli is not an elite QB. No one is surprised by this 3 interception performance. That’s just Eli. When true elite quarterbacks throw 3 ints you look at them and ask what the hell happened with them today? I don’t care if Eli does have more rings than his brother, if Payton throws 3 interceptions you would thing he either had a lobotomy before the game or the receivers were in the wrong spot. When Eli throws 3 interceptions its just a Tuesday.

  54. whyamiacowboysfanagain says: Sep 9, 2013 6:51 AM

    dirtybird28 says:
    Sep 8, 2013 11:52 PM
    Romo played great. Dallas D looked incredible, but too lax when they got ahead by ten or more on each occasion. They need to stay focused and not just on the fact that they had a ton of turnovers.
    ******************************************
    Romo played great? What game were you watching. I’ve supported Romo thru all his misqueues but simply put…. this team will be another 8 or 9 win team this year. Romo doesn’t have the necessary killer mentality that all great QB’s in this league have. Simply put.

  55. nfl fan says: Sep 9, 2013 6:57 AM

    Ya think? There’s not much more they could have done to help the cowboys win……by 5 points.

  56. bunjy96 says: Sep 9, 2013 6:58 AM

    dirtybird28 says: Sep 8, 2013 11:52 PM

    Romo played great. Dallas D looked incredible, but too lax when they got ahead by ten or more on each occasion. They need to stay focused and not just on the fact that they had a ton of turnovers.

    >>>
    Typical Kiffin.

  57. father4 says: Sep 9, 2013 7:07 AM

    Painful to watch how sloppy we were even on defense with clearly blown coverages on Whitten after he put up career numbers last year—and we still almost won! Not sure all the talk about Wilson being done is coming from–no doubt he had a terrible game—as mentioned in the article, his protection was as concerning as the fumbles. Close your eyes and look back in time and think about Tiki Barber, Brandon Jacobs, Ahmad Bradshaw fumbling multiple times in games—I think Tiki put it on the ground 4 times in one game. Credit to the Boys for their tenacity in pursuing the rock but these are growing pains(as painful as they may be) that Giants are going to have to go through. There were a lot of bright spots and plenty of blame to go around–they’ll be sick when they watch the tape–clearly shot ourselves in the foot and after that performance there is no where to go but up–6, SIX turnovers–com on man!!!!

  58. gammynomnom says: Sep 9, 2013 7:20 AM

    Giants never led. So they did not give the game away. It was taken away.

  59. bbk1000 says: Sep 9, 2013 7:22 AM

    This was all about the Giants sloppy play, not about the Cowboys superior play….things will change.

  60. thehouseofho says: Sep 9, 2013 7:34 AM

    bigbluenationdb says:
    Sep 8, 2013 11:55 PM
    David Wilson career will be over quickly. No team will give him a chance. Teams around the league have him pegged as a fumbler. I can’t think of a player in recent history who had the ball taken from him twice in seven carries. See Ya Wilson!

    =====

    Didn’t Tiki lose three fumbles in a quarter once or twice?

  61. skinsalldayeveryday says: Sep 9, 2013 7:39 AM

    Skins will easily beat these scrubs. NFC east champs again HTTR

  62. gpete1962 says: Sep 9, 2013 7:47 AM

    I said it before and I’ll say it again.
    Even with all the bad breaks for the Giants last night, the ultimate problem with this team is there Offensive Coordinator Kevin Killdrive

    Nobody seems to recognize this?

  63. markdamack says: Sep 9, 2013 8:28 AM

    Shouldn’t that second Cruz TD have been turnedover on the “Calvin Johnson Rule” as well?

  64. arwiv says: Sep 9, 2013 8:30 AM

    Uh dude, the kid was a first round pick last year…..and any clown can see he has tons of talent. TC will coach the giants as long as he wants to…..and Wilson will be a giant long after TC is gone.

  65. mrmet21 says: Sep 9, 2013 8:36 AM

    Eli manning is a avg quarterback who occasionally makes a good play in a big spot. Over the last 5seasons he leads the planet in giveaways. That trend continued last nite. Lets stop mentioning him with the greats cuz like jazz said. He’s alright but he’s not real!!!!!

  66. peymax1693 says: Sep 9, 2013 8:43 AM

    To give Monte Kiffen the credit for the six turnovers is a bit much. All three interceptions were the result of 3 bad decisions by Eli and David Wilson would fumble the ball crossing the street. Just a terribly sloppy performance by the Giants.

  67. maverick0 says: Sep 9, 2013 8:49 AM

    It wasn’t just Wilson’d fumbles, but his “attempted” block of Selvie on his way to a sack, was pathetic (diving to the ground, rather than take him head on). At least Collinsworth noted that that Andre Brown would have been in there on the goalline had he not gotten hurt. At the very least we have seen the last of Wilson inside the 10 yard line.

  68. rcampore says: Sep 9, 2013 9:01 AM

    The only tiny bit of comfort I got out of last night’s game is that the Giants never gave up and really were in it until the end even with 6 turnovers. You see that number and you would assume the game was extremely lop sided. Our defense kept us in the game but were on the field way too long and the injuries towards the end did not help. Wilson had a bad game, it happens, but I think we do need to bring in a veteran RB to shore up blocking. It’s one game and both sides had their sloppy moments. The Cowboys took advantage and came out on top plain and simple.

  69. rcampore says: Sep 9, 2013 9:39 AM

    well7765 says: Sep 9, 2013 3:50 AM

    Can someone explain why Cruz’s second TD counted even though he dropped it while going to the ground but Calvin Johnson lost a TD when he reached across the goal line and dropped it? They are almost identical plays. That rule is still very confusing to me.

    _____________________________________

    They were not the exact same catch. Johnson caught the ball in the air and was going down into the endzone and the ball came lose. He did not make a second football move.

    Cruz caught the ball at like the 3 yard line, planted his football turned around and then lunged for the goal line. He made the second move and therefore became a runner which only requires the ball cross the plain of the goal line.

    That was the difference between Cruz’s being a TD and Johnson’s not being a TD.

  70. justintuckrule says: Sep 9, 2013 10:11 AM

    If I didn’t know any better I’d say that all of the above posts were copy pasted after we get crushed in our 07 opener. We know how that season turned out. Relax a.d.d. Generation. It’s one game!

  71. doomsdaydefensetx says: Sep 9, 2013 3:51 PM

    They’re called TAKEAWAYS, not giveaways. The Doomsday Defense TOOK it away. Vintage DALvsNYG

  72. bbk1000 says: Sep 10, 2013 4:02 PM

    Gilbride is terrible, Fewell stinks….if these guys were let go they would not find a similar position in the league…..

    ————————————————
    gpete1962 says:
    Sep 9, 2013 7:47 AM
    I said it before and I’ll say it again.
    Even with all the bad breaks for the Giants last night, the ultimate problem with this team is there Offensive Coordinator Kevin Killdrive

    Nobody seems to recognize this?

  73. Mr. Wright 212 says: Sep 10, 2013 6:02 PM

    Killdrive has always been great between the 20s. When we are pinned deep, he stinks and his predictable. And we all know about the Giants’ woes punching it in down in the green zone, mostly due to his ridiculous play calling. Some of it is execution, but a lot of those plays are doomed before they are run anyway. Most knowledgeable Giants fans see this. So tired of people citing Giants passing yardage, PPG (while leaving out how they leave 3-6 PPG on the field per game) and rankings at the end of the season. It’s the IN-GAME stuff that kills us with Killdrive.

  74. Mr. Wright 212 says: Sep 10, 2013 6:13 PM

    Gilbride has always been great between the 20s. When we are pinned deep, he stinks and his predictable. And we all know about the Giants’ woes punching it in down in the green zone, mostly due to his ridiculous play calling. Some of it is execution, but a lot of those plays are doomed before they are run anyway. Most knowledgeable Giants fans see this. So tired of people citing Giants passing yardage, PPG (while leaving out how they leave 3-6 PPG on the field per game) and rankings at the end of the season. It’s the IN-GAME stuff that kills us with Gilbride.

  75. skybox22blog says: Sep 11, 2013 3:10 AM

    33-27. Completely disappeared from this thread. Shocking. How funny.
    At least Cowboy and Giant fans have backbones and show up win or lose.
    Much respect Giant fans, always classy. Scare the hell out me every time we play. I’m sure it will be another crazy one up there next game.

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