NY Giants - Strong game No 'W'

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Giants vs Panthers

Scribe: N. Tru Bass

Email: ntb@thethinkering.com


The New York Giants have had to most unusual season, heading to the next game with a 6 -8 record; falling the the North Carolina Panthers 38-35.   On Sunday the Giants overcame a 28-7 run by the undefeated North Carolina Panthers going late into the third down 35 – 7. 

The giants rallied back to tie the game in the forth with less than two minutes left to play.  Cam Newton’s final drive allowed a look at why the panthers are 15 – 0.  In a post-game interview Newton said that he wanted to return the favor to ‘little Odell’, referring to the Giant’s previous possession that ended with Beckham Jr. scoring - giving hope to a team that needed a big win. 

Newton ended the game completing 25 of 45 passes and 100 yards rushing to maintain a perfect record on the season.  Eli, closed with a nice personal effort completing 29 of 46 passes for 245 yards.  O. Beckham, Jr. fell flat in the first half as Josh Norman started a foul contest that may have thrown a monkey wrench in Beckham Jr’s program.  He gathers his composure late in the third showing receiving brilliance consistent with the rest of the season, catching 6 clutch passes for 76 yards. 

The Giants next game is next Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings at home.  

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