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2017 Schedule
2-8, 4th in NFC East
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
14hJordan Raanan

Grading the quarterback play for the Giants

Eli Manning hasn't done his part to carry the team when the Giants needed him most. However, he hasn't been bad. But he also hasn't been good. He's been closer to average; hence the mediocre grade.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Starting right guard DJ Fluker is expected to miss Thursday's game with a toe injury, per source. It's considered a week to week injury.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

If the Giants had held a practice Monday players such as Olivier Vernon (shoulder) and Damon Harrison (ankle) would not have practiced. Orleans Darkwa (hamstring) and Sterling Shepard (illness) limited.

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Do the Giants deserve credit for win over Chiefs? (1:31)
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Stick to your day job

The Chiefs' Daniel Sorensen intercepted Giants RB Shane Vereen and New York's Landon Collins picked off a pass from Kansas City TE Travis Kelce during Sunday's game. It was only the second game in the Super Bowl era in which each team threw an interception by a non-quarterback. The other game was a 30–19 Broncos win over the Chargers on Nov. 11, 1973. San Diego WR Ron Holliday threw an interception and so did Denver K Jim Turner. (Elias Sports Bureau)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Eli Manning gave a "fiery speech" to the Giants prior to Sunday's game. Orleans Darkwa said when Eli talks it holds weight. If the two Super Bowl rings don't say enough, nothing will.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Orleans Darkwa was banged up late in Sunday's game. He called it a few minor things, plans to be "ready to go" Thursday night vs. the Redskins.

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20hSN staff

Vote: The best and worst of Week 11 in the NFL

There was the good, including Tom Brady, Antonio Brown and the Eagles, as well as some very poor performances with the Bills, Raiders, Cowboys and Chiefs all laying an egg before the Thanksgiving holiday,

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Manning proud of Giants' team effort (0:37)
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Eli delivers when it matters most

Eli Manning completed just half of his passes in regulation on Sunday, averaging 4.8 yards per attempt. But he went 4-of-5 for 60 yards in overtime, including a 34-yard gain to set up the game-winning kick. Manning had a season-high five completions on attempts of 15-plus yards. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Giants show motivation against Chiefs (1:03)
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Giants top Chiefs in OT to win 2nd game (1:23)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

D.J. Fluker: "We're going to defend our coach. Shoot, you only get one to play for … We aint quitting."

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Rosas' field goal in overtime gives Giants unexpected win

Roger Lewis Jr. made a spectacular catch to set up the winning 23-yard yard goal by Aldrick Rosas in overtime and the New York Giants responded from weeks of adversity to beat the AFC West-leading Kansas City Chiefs 12-9 on a blustery, cold Sunday.

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.519th
Rushing Yards92.026th
Points For16.030th
Points Against24.7Tied-21st