Giants get on the board, trail Eagles 28-7

NFC Divisional Playoffs - New York Giants v Philadelphia Eagles
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The Giants have finally scored their first points of Saturday night’s game.

It took more than a half, but the Giants found the end zone with just over six minutes left to play in the third quarter. Matt Breida scored on an eight-yard run after a handoff from Saquon Barkley, who took a direct snap from center Jon Feliciano on the play.

The touchdown cut the Eagles’ lead to 28-7.

The 88-yard drive covered more yardage than the Giants offense had picked up over the rest of the game and they’ll need to keep things churning while the defense gets quick stops to have a chance of making this game interesting in the fourth quarter.

12 responses to “Giants get on the board, trail Eagles 28-7

  1. I took a nap and woke up in the middle of the third quarter.
    The Giants aren’t even competitive as a playoff team.
    What a complete and total fraudulent team.

  2. Nick sirianni might want to tone his act down ,there will come a time he will be given a receipt for acting like a tool

  3. Too little too late but still a successful year for the Giants. Biggest challenge for next year along with personnel improvement is how to get off to a faster start.

  4. Daboll, he’s an offensive genius, we were told.

    Giants, this year’s Cinderella team, look more like lil sisters of the poor. How’d these clowns manage to beat the Vikings?

    No wonder Kadarius wanted off that roster. Thanks for that trading away your best receiver, KC gave you a bag of roasted and salted peanuts for Toney.

  5. After last week I thought Jones would be looking at a nice new contract. Now what do the Giants do? He looked like he did last year..

  6. Beware paying anyone after a game against the Vikings!
    The Giants showed us Viking fans just how bad the Vikings are. Yikes!

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