New York Giants Review (2029) Weeks 5-9

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Week 5 vs The Kansas City Chiefs

This game was ultimately decided in a FW for the G-Men. QB Daniel Jones had his typical game with average passing yards and low TD numbers. He also did not throw a INT which was nice to see. RB2 Josh Jacobs and RB1 Saquon Barkley carried the load for the offense as they combined for 35 carries and 139 yards. Jacobs had the lone rushing TD. Defense had a solid game with 4 sacks and 1 INT. Giants win 33-22.


Week 6 Was our BYE week


Week 7 vs The San Francisco 49ers

This was yet another game that was decided in a Giants FW. The stat line for the offense was very similar to their week 5 FW against The Chiefs. The defense was not able to record any sacks in this one, but did force a INT and a FF. Giants move to 5-2 with a 31-15 win.


Week 8 vs The Los Angeles Chargers

This game was over from the beginning. The Giants who beat the Chargers the last time they played, came into this game extremely rusty and it showed immediately. The Giants defense had zero answers for anything that the Chargers threw at them. Giving up a ton of yards in the air and were really unable to get the Chargers off of the field the entire game. Offense only had 1 turnover but struggled mightily moving the ball down the field. It is also worth mentioning that QB Daniel Jones was suspended for this game. Giants fall 10-34.


Week 9 vs The WFT

After the beat down the Giants took against The Chargers the previous week, the expectations for this week were bleek. However, the rust from the previous week seem to somewhat disappear as the Giants actually played a pretty good game. QB Daniel Jones did throw 2 ugly picks in the game, but the offense in general was solid and the defense really did their best to keep the Giants in the game. Danny Jones did throw for over 300 yards and 2 TD. Saquon could not get any running room in the game but did score twice on the ground, and WR Mecole Hardman had his way with the WFT defesne as he caught 7 passes for 217 yards and 2 TDs. The defensive unit forced 3 WFT INTs but zero sacks. Giants win 31-24.