Daniel Jones (17/25, 229 yards, two TDs, one INT, 106.9 QBR) got the start after telling the world he was not 100% healthy this week and would play from the pocket. He looked a lot like his old self. Jones completed passes to nine different receivers in this game. He was charged with a fumble on a missed exchange with Wayne Gallman which was clearly Gallman’s fault. So was Jones’ first INT in 178 attempts when Evan Engram let a perfect pass slip though his fingers for a turnover. Jones rushed nine times for 17 yards in the game with a long of 11.
Bottom Line: Jones seemed more comfortable this week, made good decisions, protected the ball well and made some impressive throws.
After averaging just 68.7 yards per game on the ground during their three-game losing streak, the Giants rushed for 125 yards on the day. Wayne Gallman (11 rushes, 65 yards) was not charged with the fumble in the first half but came close to losing a fumble late in the fourth quarter that could have cost the Giants dearly. Alfred Morris rushed five times for 12 yards and Dion Lewis rushed once for a seven-yard gain.
Bottom Line: When they run the ball well, they win. Plain and simple.
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THE 12TH DIMENSION
Sports cards, two embarrassing photos, and Giant trades
Judge hires all-important offensive line coach
After interviewing a few candidates, Joe Judge hired Rob Sale to coach his offensive line. Sale previously worked with Judge during their time together at Alabama under Nick Saban.
Keeping best friends Williams & Tomlinson will be a tough task
The Suburbanites Once great offensive line
Center Bart Oates was nicknamed “Books” by Bill Parcells.
QB evaluation…it's complicated
THE JURY IS STILL OUT Daniel Jones can still become an elite QB.
Playoff glories of yesteryear
It is January, which can only mean one thing: post season football is near. Some of the greatest performances in NFL playoff history have occurred right here in New York and New Jersey. Let’s take a look back at some of them
X's and O's: Cowboys
Leonard Williams sacks Cowboys quar terback Andy Dalton.
Breaking down the X's and O's
Lamar Jackson rushed for 80 yards against the Giants.
Mr. Jones and Joe
Whether you agree or not, Daniel Jones is the Giants QB in ‘21
NEWS & NOTES
STAYING PUT Logan Ryan received a much deserved contract from the Giants.
DRONE OPERATORS CHALLENGE SURVEYORS' TURF IN MAPPING DISPUTE
When Michael Jones started a side hustle shooting drone photos and videos for realtors, his clients wanted more: Images with property lines on them, to better understand where their fences should be.
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN: TOP AVAILABLE FREE AGENTS
Leonard Williams, Giants 6-5 • 255 pounds • 28 years old An athletic 300-pounder with quick feet, Williams amassed a career-high 11.5 sacks last season. Add that to him being a stout run defender, very durable and possessing great character, and he should be in high demand. He won NFC Defensive Player of the Week twice last year. $$$$$
2020 Free Agency Flashback
After reviewing the top pending free agents at every position, it’s important to understand that the Dolphins won’t be involved in the kind of shopping spree they had last offseason.
JC Deep Dive: Why Jets said, ‘No Tank You'
Those who frequent social media are likely aware that some Jets fans were livid at the team for beating the Los Angeles Rams, Dec. 10, greatly hurting their chances at landing the first pick in the draft, which likely will be Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence.
A LASTING LEGACY
All-star player. Decorated manager. Ambassador for the Dominican Republic. Felipe Alou wore many hats, but above all he was a pioneer who helped pave the way for generations of Latino players.
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