Giants (8-3) vs Steelers (6-5) Game Preview
Last week the Pittsburgh Steelers got off to a fast start in Indianapolis. They held a lead throughout the game, and came away with a 28-7 win over the Colts playing without Andrew Luck.
The Giants traveled to Cleveland and also led throughout their game. They were able to extend their win streak to six, which also continued Cleveland's losing streak to a record 0-12, as they lost the game, 27-13.
Giants - Browns Wrap-Up
Dec 4 Odell Beckham Jr, 24, is most famous for a one-handed catch, but his most unique and jaw-dropping trait is how dangerously explosive he is in space. He is as good at turning a few yards of cushion into six points as anyone in the NFL, and if there is anyone as good or better, it is Antonio Brown, 28 - Beckham's occasional offseason workout partner in Florida.
Here we are, 11 games into the season, and the Giants have yet to score 30 points in a game. There has been no breakout, no blowout, no game in which it has all looked easy. Thirty points doesn't sound like a lot to ask for, and yet the Giants haven't reached that modest barometer.
It is expected to be cold, damp and dreary in a stadium notoriously difficult for the road team, and the Steelers can make life miserable for any defense - with Ben Roethlisberger throwing to Antonio Brown or handing it (or throwing it) to Le'Veon Bell. It is the best three-ring circus in the NFL. A key will be if the surging Giants defensive line can become the dominant unit in the game.
face first real test, can prove themselves in game against Steelers. Welcome
to the Giants' first true proving ground. On Friday, the Giants did everything
they could to downplay the significance of this game, insisting Ben Roethlisberger
and Co. are just another team.
Beckham Jr. was targeted on six of quarterback Eli Manning's first eight pass
attempts in last Sunday's 27-13 win over the Browns. There certainly appeared
to be a concerted effort to get the ball to Beckham. Even though Manning missed
an open Beckham three times in the first quarter, the Giants continued to feed
is Giants rookie CB Eli Apple playing over Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie? Over
the past three games, Apple has played 90.4 percent of the defensive snaps. Rodgers-Cromartie
has played 49.2 percent of the defensive snaps over that same stretch.
Dec 2 Giants still waiting for offense to have breakout game. There's been no breakout, no blowout, no game in which it has all looked easy. Thirty points doesn't sound like a lot to ask for, and yet the Giants haven't reached that modest barometer.
Landon Collins named NFC Defensive Player of the Month. That's in addition to the back-to-back Player of the Week awards he received earlier in the season. In four November games, all Giants victories, Collins had 30 tackles (23 solo), including a sack, and three interceptions.
Vereen was officially designated to return from injured reserve by the Giants
on Wednesday. But while the running back has returned to practice, he does not
know just yet where things go from here.
first-round picks in 2004, Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers
will forever be linked. They may even one day compare favorably with the generally
recognized best quarterback draft class of all-time from 1983: which featured
Hall of Famers John Elway, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly.
box score battle is brewing for Sunday between Odell Beckham Jr. and Antonio
Brown. The two top wideouts, who are close off the field, will be playing at Heinz
Field in a big game featuring plenty of playoff ramifications.
defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week
after his dominant performance in Sunday's 27-13 win over the Browns.
Brad Wing was surprised when he got the call in early September last year and was told he'd been traded from the Steelers to the Giants in exchange for a seventh-round pick. There was some disappointment, too, but in the end, the Giants' punter is delighted at how things worked out.
Manning didn't throw any passes to Sterling Shepard on Sunday, but when he
ran into the rookie receiver in the team's facility on Tuesday he offered up something
else. An apology.
Manning, quarterback Eli Manning's big brother, visited with the team Tuesday,
and offered up some tips on how to win Sunday in Pittsburgh.
MetLife Stadium officials will face a daunting task converting from Jets to Giants mode in Week 15, with the Jets hosting the Dolphins at night on Saturday, Dec. 17, and the Giants hosting the Lions at 1 p.m. on Dec. 18. Or not. Might Lions-Giants, which is certain to have playoff implications, be flexed into NBC's "Sunday Night Football" to replace the Steelers-Bengals matchup?
Kate Mara's ex-boyfriend dented the Giants' Super Bowl trophy. The Hollywood starlet, appearing on Tuesday night's episode of "Conan," related the time her former boyfriend fumbled the Lombardi Trophy at her family home and put a boot's worth of damage into the heralded hardware.
Giants can only play the teams placed in front of them, and they deserve immense
credit for capitalizing. But facts are facts: The combined record of the six teams
the Giants have defeated during their current run is 20-45-1. The Giants' last
three opponents, the Bengals, Bears and Browns, are a combined 5-28-1.
This year already feels much different from recent seasons, when the Giants were playing out the schedule, either virtually or mathematically eliminated from contention. Their win on Sunday over the Browns, while far from convincing, secured for them their first non-losing season since 2012. Now they have to finish it off.
McAdoo won't say if Odell Beckham Jr. will be Giants punt returner this Sunday
vs. Steelers. Ben McAdoo's best reason for potentially keeping Odell Beckham Jr.
as his punt returner Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers is that Beckham catches
the ball in the first place.
McAdoo is not Tom Coughlin. He's not always five minutes early, even if he
kept the clocks that way when he took the head coaching reins in January, and
he is not cranky after his Giants (8-3) delivered a stinker for most of Sunday's
27-13 win over the winless Browns, as Coughlin no doubt would have been.
Ben McAdoo said it was "unfortunate" rookie receiver Sterling Shepard was not targeted one time against the Browns. Shepard was held without a catch for the first time this season. He was targeted 11 times last week against the Bears and caught 5 passes for 50 yards and a touchdown.
Janoris Jenkins and Eli Apple are established as the Giants' top two cornerbacks. Jenkins has started every game this season, while Apple has started the past five games. After that duo, the cornerback rotation changes weekly.Nov 28 Giants win over the Browns 27-13 | Video | Photos | Photos
On The Game: Game 11
Gamegirl ---" I was worried when Odell Beckham Jr. left the field, and they said he had a right thumb injury. He came back and it's a good thing too, because he was a real game changer..."
Mikefan. ---"For awhile the way this one started off, it was hard to tell which was the 0-11 team. It was all punts until the Browns fumbled the ball over to the Giants halfway through the second quarter. The Giants scored a touchdown off their easy field position..."
ESPN - Manning, Giants down Browns 27-13 for 6th straight win.
Giants.com - Instant Analysis: Giants 27, Browns 13.
NYDailyNews - Giants avoid disaster to keep Browns winless with 27-13 victory.
NYDailyNews - Giants WR Odell Beckham wreaks havoc on Browns.
NYDailyNews - Jason Pierre-Paul is star of Giants' defense in win over Browns.
NYDailyNews - Giants know there's plenty work to do after ugly win over Browns.
NYPost - Giants look hideous - and it doesn't matter in Browns bailout.
NYPost - Giants report card: What happened to the other WRs?
NYPost - Jason Pierre-Paul grabs pop-up in shocking Giants TD.
NYPost - Giants' kick returner makes chance at WR count in big way.
NYPost - Giants can't let Odell mask an offense that hasn't been fixed.
NYPost - Looking at the 5 games that'll decide if Giants are threats or frauds.
StarLedger - Thanks to Odell Beckham and raging defense, Giants beat woeful Browns.
StarLedger - Jason Pierre-Paul's dominance demands big payday from Giants.
StarLedger - Giants get no respect, open as big underdogs against Steelers.
TheRecord - Giants avoid mistake by lake, win 6th in row.
TheRecord - Giant return: JPP proving he's back in big way.
TheRecord - Inside Giants-Browns.
BigBlueInteractive - New York Giants 27 - Cleveland Browns 13.
InsideFootball - Giants 27 - Brows 13: Hits, Misses & Musings.
Newsday - Giants hold on to beat lowly Browns, win sixth straight game.
Newsday - Jason Pierre-Paul's monster game vs. Browns: three sacks, fumble return for TD.
Newsday - Odell Beckham Jr. spectacular in returns and receiving.
Newsday - Dwayne Harris' special assignment nets a touchdown.
Newsday - Giants Q&A: Is Odell Beckham Jr. the new punt returner?
Newsday - Giants' grades: Defense again carries offense, special teams don't help much.
Cleveland.com - Turnovers doom Browns in 27-13 loss to Giants that drops them to 0-12.
Cleveland.com - Britton Colquitt tried to stop Odell Beckham Jr.'s celebration after a punt return.
(7-3) vs Browns (0-11) Game Preview
Giants loss against the dismal Browns would be catastrophic. The Giants haven't
made the playoffs since 2011. So what? The Browns haven't been to the postseason
since 2002. They have won more than five games in a single season only once in
the past nine campaigns, including this thus-far winless campaign.
Last Monday marked the 12th anniversary of Eli Manning's first NFL start, a further reminder of just how fortunate the Giants have been that Manning has started each and every game since then - 204 in all, including playoffs.Since Manning made that first start against the Falcons on Nov. 21, 2004, at Giants Stadium, the Browns have had 22 different starting quarterbacks.
Nov 26 The last time Terrelle Pryor faced the Giants was in 2013 when he completed 11 of 16 passes for 122 yards and ran for a touchdown as the starting quarterback of the Raiders. This game will be vastly different. Pryor, a record-setting passer at Ohio State whose NFL career as a quarterback never quite panned out, is now the top wide receiver for the Browns.
Odell Beckham was targeted a season-low seven times in Sunday's win over the Bears, and on Friday, Giants offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan defended the team's use of the explosive wide receiver. Sullivan said even when Beckham isn't putting up his typically gaudy numbers, he's making an impact.
It was bad enough that defensive end Olivier Vernon was assessed a dubious penalty in last Sunday's 22-16 win over the Bears. The NFL added insult to injury by hitting Vernon with an $18,231 fine, according to a source. The fine amount is the minimum for a roughing the passer penalty.
Jason Pierre-Paul listed as questionable, but Giants DE says he'll 'be out there' against Browns. Pierre-Paul pledged earlier this month that while injuries might affect his practice time, they would not keep him out of games.
Justin Pugh, Brett Jones and Marshall Newhouse were declared out Friday. Adam Gettis, who saw a little action after Jones hurt a calf filling in for Pugh against Cincinnati Nov. 14 and after Newhouse sprained a knee filling in against Chicago last Sunday, is questionable due to calf soreness. But Gettis said, "I'm fine. I'm ready to go."
Nov 25 After playing the Browns on Sunday, the Giants' final five games are all against playoff contenders, including the Lions at home, and Eagles and Redskins on the road. They can wrap things up in a hurry, or they can lose ground in a hurry.
Victories by two first-place teams in the NFC on Thursday helped give the Giants some breathing room in their quest to earn their first playoff spot since 2011. Losses by Minnesota and Washington, the two teams that currently trail the Giants in the wild card standings, created some separation.
How unlikely is it that Will Tye has become the starting tight end for a 7-3 Giants team that is looking to make its first playoff run since 2011? Oh, about as unlikely as Tye making it onto the roster in the first place.
Rashad Jennings caught the third-and-12 pass for a gain of 10 yards in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Bears and started trotting to the sideline when he looked up and saw something he was not expecting. Coaches and players were waving him back toward the field.
McAdoo will bring his players in for practice on Thanksgiving, but he'll bring
them in earlier than usual and get them out quicker to spend time with family.
The coach said he will "get the chance to spend some time with the family, I guess,
in the afternoon."
Beckham Jr. isn't satisfied - even during Giant win. Ben McAdoo said Wednesday
that he couldn't identify the source of Odell Beckham Jr.'s latest sideline eruption
in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Chicago Bears.
Landon Collins came into this season with a goal of being the Defensive Player of the Year. Now even that audacious objective is starting to seem almost trite. No defensive player has won it for 30 years.
After missing two games because of a knee injury, left guard Justin Pugh returned to practice on Wednesday at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. He was able to move around and will be evaluated as the week progresses.
and the Giants go into Sunday's game in Cleveland at 7-3 with a five-game
winning streak and under tremendous pressure to avoid the humiliation of being
the first team to lose to the Browns, who are 0-11.
When Giants backup quarterback Ryan Nassib started watching the cutups of the Browns defense on Monday night as part of his preparations this week, it took him longer than usual. That's because of a familiar face playing for Cleveland. Nassib's younger brother, Carl, is a rookie defensive end for the team.
Manning will be like millions of other Americans on Thursday: At some point
in the afternoon he'll eat a big meal and then sit back to watch Dallas play Washington.
"I'll definitely check it out," he said of the matchup between two of
his NFC East rivals.
The Giants fell into their old, predictable habits in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Bears. After showing some creativity in two wins after their bye week, the Giants went back to basics in an offensive struggle against the lowly Bears.
From the moment they first shared a table for breakfast inside the cafeteria at the Giants' facility this spring, Sterling Shepard made sure his bond with Eli Manning would be a strong one.
Report - Once upon a time, a guy who was the head coach of the Giants (no,
not Ben McAdoo; and no, not Tom Coughlin) explained that every action in a game
is the result of several incidents.In other words, an interception is not the
quarterback's fault entirely, nor is a fumble the direct result of the ball carrier.
Ben McAdoo isn't pleased with everything the Giants have put forth during their five-game winning streak, or even in Sunday's win over the Bears. Some might say the same about McAdoo's play-calling and decision-making in the fourth quarter on Sunday as well, but the head coach defended his thinking in both cases.
McAdoo has had plenty of success early in his coaching tenure and has his
team poised to make the postseason. Just don't tell him that. "We haven't
accomplished anything yet," McAdoo said.
Giants are in playoff contention and Eli Manning wants his teammates to soak
it in. While Ben McAdoo stressed Monday that the Giants haven't reached their
goals, Manning knows that his team is in an enviable position sitting at 7-3.
wide receiver Victor Cruz doesn't get as many passes thrown his way as he
did before missing most of the 2014-15 seasons with injuries. But Cruz still has
managed to make a major impact in his limited role this season.
The last time the Giants had played three straight games at home and won them all was in 1962, when they played at Yankee Stadium. Not only were they able to match that feat this year with victories over the Eagles, Bengals and Bears in the past three weeks, but they now have a chance to do something that hasn't happened since they moved into MetLife Stadium in 2010.
Giants rookie running back Paul Perkins had been cutting into the workload of Rashad Jennings entering Sunday's game against the Bears. But Jennings reclaimed his standing as the Giants' lead back in the 22-16 win.
Browns just can't take it anymore. It took eleven straight losses, but the
Cleveland Browns' undisguised tank job and string of broken and bloodied quarterbacks
finally has caused the team's star players - what few of them remain - to crack.
On The Game: Game 10
Gamegirl ---" It wasn't the best day to be sitting out there at the stadium, but if you were there, you got to see your Giants win their fifth game in a row..."
Mikefan. ---"For the second Giants game in a row, both teams scored touchdowns on their opening drives, but surprisingly, both missed on their extra point attempts..."
ESPN - Manning throw 2 TDs, Giants win fifth straight.
Giants.com - Instant Analysis: Giants 22, Bears 16.
Giants.com - What does this win mean for the Giants?
NYDailyNews - Second-half surge pushes Giants past Bears.
NYDailyNews - Giants defense shows up in win over Bears.
NYDailyNews - Olivier Vernon teams up with Jason Pierre-Paul to make Giant deal worth it.
NYDailyNews - Bobby Hart, Giant O-line take out trash and Pernell McPhee.
NYDailyNews - Giants kicker Robbie Gould misses two extra points.
NYDailyNews - Embattled Nat Berhe glad to be back during Giants win.
NYPost - Giants defense shuts the door to finish rollicking comeback.
NYPost - Is this Giants' wake-up call, or will they learn lesson the hard way?
NYPost - 'Monster' JPP should've just secured his big-time NFL future.
NYPost - Ben McAdoo is making his name as coach - as a gambler.
NYPost - Odell Beckham threw another fit (and his helmet).
NYPost - Giants running game makes a statement - until it needs to.
NYPost - Why ex-Chicago kicker Gould hadn't seen anything like this wind.
NYPost - Giants make case as contenders and pretenders in comeback.
NYPost - Giants report card: Transforming defense is only getting scarier.
StarLedger - Giants' Olivier Vernon (finally) shows up when it counts.
StarLedger - Giants 5 observations: Defense locks down another big fourth-quarter win.
StarLedger - What was Ben McAdoo's stabilizing halftime message to scuffling Giants?
StarLedger - Giants get the last word against trash-talking Bears.
StarLedger - Jason Pierre-Paul is making everyone forget about that damaged hand.
StarLedger - 2016 NFL playoff picture: How high are Giants' chances after beating Bears?
TheRecord - Giants, saved by late Collins pick, beat Bears.
TheRecord - Eli's legs, Cruz's catch provide Giant turning point.
BigBlueInteractive - New York Giants 22 - Chicago Bears 16.
InsideFootball - Resilient Giants Overcome Slow Start to Top Bears, 22-16.
Newsday - Giants wake up in 2nd half, win 5th straight.
Newsday - Giants' Collins becoming a star.
Newsday - JPP, defense clamp down late to seal Giants' win.
Newsday - Rashad Jennings believes any NFL team can beat you any Sunday.
Newsday - Giants Q&A: Robbie Gould had rough day vs. former team.
Newsday - Giants grades: Defense finds its way, offense not consistent.
ChicagoSunTimes - Despite tough day, Robbie Gould a winner vs. ex-teammates.
ChicagoSunTimes - Bears' Jay Cutler: 'Those are the ones that keep you up at night'.
ChicagoSunTimes - Leonard Floyd released from hospital following scary collision.
(6-3) vs Bears (2-7) Game Preview
Nov 20 The Giants reinforced their banged-up offensive line before Sunday's game against the Bears by promoting center/guard Shane McDermott from their practice squad. McDermott, who was an All-ACC player at Miami, spent most of the preseason with the Giants. He also had stints on the practice squad earlier this year and late in the 2015 season.
The Bears' offense is your run-of-the-mill power hitter. They're batting .222 this season, but they will hit the ball over the fence if you let them. That's the trap the Giants must be very wary of falling into Sunday when the two teams meet at MetLife Stadium. Because big plays have been an Achilles heel for defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo's resurgent unit all year.
Tom Collins was window-shopping in Biloxi, Mississippi, back in 2001 with his 7-year-old son Landon, when they stopped to gaze at a display of beautiful Rolex watches. "Dad, get that one," Landon Collins said, excitedly. "That one's nice." "Dad can't afford that," Tom Collins said with a smile. Landon turned to face his father, and what he said next, his father couldn't believe:Ben
McAdoo wants Eli Manning to play aggressively. Eli Manning has thrown six
interceptions in the past four games, two of them against the Bengals on Monday
night. Ben McAdoo"s advice for him, though, is not quite what you"d
expect. "I don"t want him to be careful," McAdoo said.
11 seasons as the most successful kicker in Bears history, Robbie Gould was
asked to leave, unceremoniously replaced by journeyman Connor Barth on the eve
of the regular season. On Sunday at MetLife Stadium, it is possible Gould"s
performance could send his floundering former team back to Chicago with a 2-8
Giants haven't had a Pro Bowl safety since Antrel Rolle in 2013. But Rolle
said he believes they have another one now in breakout star Landon Collins.
Jason Pierre-Paul and Victor Cruz, who were Super Bowl XLVI champions and teammates in their second NFL seasons of 2011, suddenly feel like the old guys on the Giants, where rookies like receiver Sterling Shepard don't even get their pop culture references.
Jason Pierre-Paul isn't jumping on Odell Beckham Jr.'s Super Bowl bandwagon just yet. Big Blue hasn't made the playoffs once since winning the Super Bowl in February 2012, Pierre-Paul said his excitable teammate was getting ahead of himself with that kind of talk.
When it comes to determining whether Jason Pierre-Paul has been a major factor for the Giants' defense, he passes the eye test. The 27-year-old defensive end has just 1 ½ sacks this season, but he is nevertheless disrupting offenses and drawing plenty of attention from opposing coaches.
Nov 17 Nobody
is a bigger fan of the Bears this week than Ben McAdoo. He's a die-hard. And
like all rabid supporters of specific teams, he'll take issue with anyone who
disagrees with him. He has to in order to convince his real team - the Giants
- not to overlook the Bears.
no one told Pernell McPhee his team is 2-7. While the Giants spent Wednesday
trying in vain to spin that the Bears are a decent opponent, the Chicago linebacker
went right ahead and provided some bulletin board material for Big Blue.
Next up on the Giants' schedule: complacency. That's always the next opponent for winning teams. The Giants may not know that, because so few of them have ever been part of a successful NFL season. Only six players were even around the last time the Giants (6-3) were three games over .500. Just 10 of them have ever won more than six games in a season with the Giants.
Eli Manning can't keep going from scoring drives of 6-for-6 passing for 59 yards and a touchdown, as he started Monday night's 21-20 win over the Bengals, to an ill-advised interception into triple coverage to his team's fifth receiver with the game on the line in the fourth quarter.
The Giants have Eli Apple, and through some ups and down - heck, he was benched for poor play against the Eagles - the rookie is now a starting cornerback, coming off a nice comeback performance in the victory over the Bengals.
Roger Lewis Jr., the undrafted rookie who had a terrible game on Monday night against the Bengals with a dropped pass, a poor route, and a slip on the end of an interception. And it seems that McAdoo is intent on proving once again that he does not have the proverbial doghouse that many coaches around the league keep for their error-prone youngsters.
Nov 16 The Giants' route to the Super Bowl is coming into focus. Bully the Bad News Bears and the Bad News Browns these next two weeks to send a message to the rampaging Cowboys that you will see them again Dec. 11 in front of an apoplectic fan base starving for a playoff team.
The Eli Manning play you didn't see that saved the Giants. There is no number or stat, though, to illustrate what Manning did in the closing minutes of the 21-20 victory over the Bengals to clinch the game for the Giants. Manning was all set to call the play as sent in from McAdoo, but alertly noticed a shift in the Cincinnati defense.
if Giants didn't score, Ben McAdoo was right to go for it on 4th-and-goal,
and the math backs him up. Plenty of statistical analysis on fourth down decisions
shows that coaches ought to be more aggressive in their choices.
Spagnuolo's 2016 unit might be one of the best defenses in the NFL. It is
certainly the most improved, and possibly on its way to becoming the class of
the league by the time February rolls around. On Monday, they bailed out Manning
after both of his interceptions.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had his lowest snap total of the season in Monday's
21-20 win over the Bengals. Rodgers-Cromartie logged just 14 defensive snaps on
Monday, playing exclusively in four-cornerback dime packages.
On The Game: Game 9
Gamegirl ---" The Giants started off with a blast, moving downfield fast from their 20 yard line, hitting a third down only once. With a first-and-goal at the Cincinnati ten yard line Eli Manning threw a touchdown pass to rookie tight end Jerell Adams. No muss, no fuss, and the Giants were up 7-0 to start the game..."
Mikefan. ---"This win allowed the Giants to keep pace with the rest of the NFC East teams, who all also won their games on Sunday. Next up for the Giants is another game at home against Chicago..."
ESPN - Manning throws 3 TDs as gambling Giants beat Bengals.
Giants.com - Instant Analysis: Giants 21, Bengals 20.
Giants.com - What does this win mean for the Giants?
NYDailyNews - Ben McAdoo's gutsy call leads Giants to 21-20 win over Bengals.
NYDailyNews - Jonathan Casillas says Giants defense playing like bullies.
NYDailyNews - Giants WR Odell Beckham does 'Thriller' dance after touchdown.
NYDailyNews - Tom Coughlin makes most of time at Giants' Ring of Honor ceremony.
NYPost - Giants save their best for last in thrilling comeback over Bengals.
NYPost -Giants' offensive-line revolving door is getting ridiculous.
NYPost - Giants defense goes in time machine in 4th-quarter onslaught.
NYPost - Why the Giants' late 4th-quarter weapon was so stunning.
NYPost - Giants' throwback, bruising blueprint comes with nail-biting - and glory.
NYPost - How Conor McGregor pushed Odell Beckham to another level.
StarLedger - Giants' pass rush comes alive late in 21-20 win over Bengals.
StarLedger - Giants' resurgent Rashad Jennings: 'I know what I'm capable of'.
StarLedger - 2016 NFL playoff picture: Giants' win over Bengals has them in prime position'.
StarLedger - Ben McAdoo's fourth-down gamble is a game changer.
StarLedger - Odell Beckham draws inspiration for dominant performance from unlikely source.
TheRecord - Giants rally to beat Bengals, 21-20.
TheRecord - Ring of Honor brings Super memories.
BigBlueInteractive - New York Giants 21 - Cincinnati Bengals 20.
Newsday - Giants winning, but need to step it up.
Newsday - Giants manage to keep in step with rest of NFC East.
Newsday - Trevin Wade saves four points with jarring hit at goal line.
Newsday - Marshall Newhouse picks up slack at guard when Brett Jones is hurt.
Newsday - Ben McAdoo's aggressive fourth-and-goal play call pays off as Giants beat Bengals.
Newsday - Giants' defense clamps down on Bengals in crunch time.
Newsday - Odell Beckham Jr. shines under MNF lights.
Newsday - Ernie Accorsi earned his place in Giants' Ring of Honor with Eli Manning trade.
Cincinnati.com - Giants win 21-20, drop Bengals to 3-5-1.
Cincinnati.com - Instant analysis: Why Giants beat Bengals.
(5-3) vs Bengals (3-4-1) Game Preview
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