Let’s look back on Sunday’s 13-7 victory. New York Giants In the traditional “Kudos & Wet Willies” style. This “K & WW” is an interesting mix for me. Get it.
Giants secondary — The Giants have been a little helped by quarterback Jalen Hurts’ Philadelphia trio, director Nick Sirianni, and wide receiver Jalen Reagor, but still commendable.
The Giants played without a captain and started Safety Logan Ryan (Reserve / COVID-19 list). They lost starters Adly Jackson (quadriceps) and Darney Holmes (chest) in the first half. Rookie Aaron Robinson and veteran Safety Julian Love played out of position.JR Reed, who hadn’t played the NFL’s defensive snap until Monday night Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Played 36 snaps. Stephen Parker was last on the field.
In all, the Giants intercepted Hearts three times (Holmes, Xavier McKinney, linebacker Taeklauder), and Love regained the fumble by repelling Boston Scott. Two of those interceptions occurred in the Red Zone. Easy recovery may have saved the game.
James Bradbury played against star rookie receiver Devonta Smith (2 catches, 22 yards), and the remaining depleted secondary was enough to help the Giants win the game. McKinney began to be the impact player the Giants envisioned when he drafted in the second round a year ago, finishing with eight tackles, a passcut and a two-pass defense.
Chris Myalick — Newly signed a roster of 53 people from the Giants practice team.
Myarick ended the week with “crazy play”. His first NFL reception turned into a one-yard touchdown reception. Daniel Jones targeted Miarick with his first goal on the Eagles 1-yard line. The ball hit Miarick, whose chest had collapsed, slipped, and when away from the grass at MetLife Stadium, Miarick barely trapped the ball between his hands and calves.
You may need to donate from an unlikely location to win the game. The Giants got one from 26-year-old Miarick on Sunday.
Giants fan shaking towels — To acknowledge Michael Strahan’s jersey retirement, the Giants wore a white uniform with the “Giants” embroidered on their helmet. Those uniforms always get really “praise” from you.
Fans entering the stadium were given a white towel reminiscent of a yellow “terrible towel”. Pittsburgh Steelers Fans are waving and they helped change the atmosphere of MetLife Stadium to the best I can remember in a Giants match for a long time.
The stadium was almost full. The cold, gray weather and Giants 3-7 records kept many fans home. But this was a fun atmosphere, as the Giants fans who attended didn’t allow me to say it was the acquisition of MetLife by Eagles fans.
On Sunday, I feel better than seeing a losing eagle fan leave MetLife
— Darius Slayton (@ Young_Slay2) November 28, 2021
For Wet Willies …
Giants Rand Defense — Philadelphia ran the ball 33 times at 208 yards (6.7 yards in one trial). Surprisingly, they didn’t do it anymore. Jaylen Hearts was 77 yards (9.6 yards per rush) with 8 carries and Miles Sanders was 64 yards (7.1 yards per carry) with 9 carries. I don’t know why the Eagles chose to pass 31 times instead of running the ball more than 40 times.
The Giants, however, need to be grateful. They were almost always helpless against Philadelphia’s zone-reading rush games.
Riley Dixon — It was miserable on Sunday in East Rutherford, NJ. Probably not the best condition for a Panther. Still, Dixon’s last three punts weren’t enough. Dixon hit the Giants 32 yards to 36 yards in the third quarter, the Giants 29 yards to 39 yards at the beginning of the fourth quarter, and the Giants 29 yards to 39 yards. 1:11 left Philadelphia set to its own 41-yard line. A large field position change punt may be needed and Dixon was unable to deliver the punt to the Giants on Sunday.
Danny Shelton — Shelton played 9 snaps on Sunday, 9 more times. Shelton did not create a statistical sheet unless the number of knockouts from the hole was statistical.
Kwillies to …
Freddy Kitchens — In his debut call play for the Giants attack, the kitchen couldn’t even match the 18.9 points per game that the Giants averaged with Jason Garrett who called the play.
But it’s a kind of cheesy shot. It was a short week including Thanksgiving holidays. Crime doesn’t change overnight and probably this season at all.
The Giants scored only 13 points. That’s not enough, and no matter how good your defenses are, winning the game with its slight offensive output is not a sustainable strategy.
The Giants couldn’t run the ball yet. Saquon Barkley had a 32 yard run but finished at 40 yards with a 13 carry. That is, 8 yards in the other 12 attempts. The overtaking game was a quick and short catch and release game designed to avoid flaws in the attack line.
However, the kitchen worked together to deliver the ball to Kenny Goraday (7 targets, 3 in the red zone). Berkeley was targeted 5 times and had 4 short catches. There was a free flicker tight end screen on the 20 yard Evan Engram. The kitchen used Daniel Jones as a runner enough to keep the Eagles honest.
The Giants managed to assemble a 12-play, 70-yard drive, off 7:22 and score a field goal later in the game. The drive included a continuous 18-yard pass to Goraday. This is the first important third and 3 pass on the Giants’ 16-yard line, with 8:54 remaining. Deliver the ball to the best players when it matters — a great concept.
I got a glimpse of the possible crimes that Kadarius Tony, Sterling Shepherd, Kyle Rudolph, and Kaden Smith weren’t there. It will be interesting to see the evolution of the remaining 6 weeks of the season.
– NFL Sports
Giants vs. Eagles “Praise and Wet Willies” Review: Thanks for your help, Eagles, Edition
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