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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Giants Take Down the Broncos 24-23


In a close well fought game in week 7 of the NFL regular season, the Giants came back from a 13 point deficit to take the victory over the Denver Broncos. The Giants trailed the Broncos 23-10 in the opening minutes of the 4th quarter. They bounced back with a touchdown pass in the final minutes of the game to Amani Toomer in the middle of the endzone to take the lead. In the victory, Toomer, Barber and Burress all recorded a touchdown along with a field goal by kicker Jay Feely. On the defensive end, Giants middle linebacker Atonio Pierce had a game high 13 tackles, 12 unassisted. The giants improve to 4-2.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Giants Lose in Overtime to the Comboys



Giants played a very close game taking the Dallas Comboys into overtime with a touchdown pass to Jeremy Shockey. The Giant's final drive was followed by a blown oppurtunity with the Giant's rookie Jacobs fumbling at the 1 yard line. The Giant's got the ball back and scored to tie the game 13-13. Comboys won the coin toss to get the ball first in overtime, which resulted in a game winning field goal by Dallas kicker Cortez. Although the Giants sufferred defeat, their defense showed major signs of improvement. Even though they are ranked 3-2 they are looking strong enough to take out their division and make a strong run for the playoffs.

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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Giants Tumble over the Rams 44-24


In another display of Giant's talented offense, Eli Manning threw for 4 touchdown passes in the 4th quarter of their win against the Rams. Each of NY's 5 top offense threats all scored in their victory. Manning had 19 completions and was just shy of 300 yards on the day. Giants head into their bye week the NFL's highest-scoring team. Buress is named NFC offensive player of the week. After their bye week, Giants face the Dallas Comboys in Dallas.
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