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New York Giants Review (2027) Weeks 10-13

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Week 10 vs The New England Patriots

Giants pushed their record to a solid 10-0 after the win against The Pats 35-32. Giants actually started off this game pretty well, but both defenses actually struggled to keep the opposing offenses off the field. QB Danny Jones had an average game for the Giants, completing 11/16 passes for 232 yards 2 TDs, and 1 INT. HB Saquon Barkley carried the load as normal with his 13/145/3 statline. Defense was quiet with exception to Kenneth Murray Jr's sack and McNeal's INT.

 

Week 11 vs The WFT

Round 2 was a lot different than the first meeting between these two teams. The WFT utilized the short passing game and made nearly zero dangerous throws. Playing safe in combination of the defense playing well really put the Giants in a tough spot in the game. Add in 2 Daniel Jones INTs and it was a combination that resulted in the Giants first loss of the season. Giants lose 23-35.

 

Week 12 vs The New Orleans Saints

This was a game that the Giants should have 100% won. Both teams battled throughout and the Giants actually led the game through 3 quarters. 3 Giants turnovers on offense really hindered the team. Especially the pick 6 in OT that cost the Giants the game. Again short passing was the bane of the Giants defense existence. Giants will need to make the correct adjustments as they will most likely see the Saints at some point in the playoffs.

 

Week 13 vs The New York Jets

Riding a 2 game losing streak, the Giants wanted to come out in this game and put it to bed as early as possible. Which is pretty much exactly what the G-men did. The defense finally stepped up in a big way forcing 3 Patrick Mahomes INTs. They also added 2 sacks in the game.  On offense, the tandem of Mecole Hardman and Saquon Barkley seemed more than enough as the Giants went on to win 49-27.