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31.01.2019 03:36
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on Monday as they lost to the Atlanta Falcons [url=][/url] , 23-20. The loss was the Giants’ fourth straight, dropping them to 1-6.Eli Manning completed 27-of-38 passes for 399 yards and a touchdown. Odell Beckham caught 8 passes for 143 yards, his first touchdown of the season, and surpassed 5,000 receiving yards for his career, the second-fastest player in NFL history to reach that mark. Sterling Shepard caught 5 passes for 167 yards.Saquon Barkley — 43 yards rushing, 51 receiving for 94 total yards — fell 6 yards shy of tying Kareem Hunt’s NFL record of seven straight games of at least 100 yards from scrimmage to begin a career.Despite the nice numbers for Manning, Beckham and Shepard, the Giants’ offense really wasn’t good enough. They got two touchdowns in the final 4:52, but did not take advantage of opportunities prior to that. The Falcons entered the game giving up 32.0 point per game, but the Giants didn’t get a touchdown until the game’s final five minutes.Moments that matteredTwo milestones for Beckham. A 51-yard catch in the third quarter made him the fast player to reach 5 [url=]New York Giants T-Shirt[/url] ,000 receiving yards and gave him his 23rd 100-yard receiving game, breaking a tie with Amani Toomer for the franchise record.Two big misses: Late in the first half, the Giants missed a touchdown opportunity when Manning missed Beckham in the corner of the end zone. The Giants settled for a field goal. On a fourth-and-goal at the 1-yard line in the third quarter, Manning bypassed Beckham and threw incomplete to Scott Simonson.The game really hinged on these two opportunities. Out of a possible 14 points the Giants came away with only 3.The clincher: Giorgio Tavecchio nailed a 56-yard field goal at the two-minute warning to give the Falcons a two-score lead, 23-12. Tavecchio was signed to replace injured placekicker Matt Bryant.Clock management question: Trailing 23-12 the desperate Giants got to the Atlanta 1-yard line with 1:11 to play. The Giants had no timeouts remaining. Rather than clock the ball, they ran two unsuccessful quarterback sneaks before finally scoring on a 1-yard pass to Beckham with just :05 remaining. The curious clock management meant they really wouldn’t have had time for a Hail Mary even if they had recovered the ensuing onside kick.What’s next?The Giants face the division-leading Washington Redskins (4-2) on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Game time is 1 p.m. ET Happy Saturday everyone, and welcome to Week 6 of the college football season! Somehow it’s hard to believe that there have already been six weeks of football, that some teams are at the half-way point in their schedules, yet here we are. We are also finally getting in to the real meat of the college football schedule, where the easy tune-up games are all but over and ranked teams begin to play each other more regularly. We’re highlighting a pair of them today, as well as a matchup in the ACC between Miami and Florida State [url=]New York Giants Hats[/url] , which the New York Giants will be scouting.(19) Texas at (7) OklahomaFOX - noonThe first game of the afternoon will be between a pair of ranked teams, Texas and Oklahoma. The game should favor Oklahoma, who boast an offense that remains one of the best in the nation despite losing Baker Mayfield to the NFL. Running back Rodney Anderson and wide receiver Marquise Brown (also known as ‘Hollywood’) will be the players to watch this week, and given their talents, it will be hard not to watch them. The Giants have already invested a 2019 draft pick in a cornerback (Sam Beal, supplemental draft), but Kris Boyd might be a player to watch on the Texas side of things. It could well be his job to slow down Hollywood Brown, and if he does so, it could be a major boost for his draft stock. Players to watchTexasKris Boyd (CB)Collin Johnson (WR)OklahomaRodney Anderson (RB)Marquise Brown (WR)Bobby Evans (OG)Florida State at (17) Miami ABC - 3:30 p.m. The Miami Hurricanes took college football by surprise by returning to prominence last season. Miami seemingly came from nowhere with a young, athletic, and brash — bearing a five-pound gold chain which was bestowed on whichever player forced the latest turnover. The underclassmen who powered that Miami team are starting to mature and now [url=]New York Giants Hoodie[/url] , and will be draft eligible this year and next. In particular, Giants fans might want to pay attention to senior safety Jaquan Johnson, who could be one of the best and most versatile safeties in the draft. Meanwhile, Florida State has some players of their own. Most eyes will be on defensive linemen Brian Burns — who could be a solid fit as a 3-4 OLB as well — and DT Demarcus Christmas. CB Lavonta Taylor might be another player to keep an eye on, though he might have to transition to slot corner in the NFL.Players to watchFlorida StateBrian Burns (EDGE)Demarcus Christmas (DT)Lavonta Taylor (CB)MiamiGerald Willis III (DL) Jacquan Johnson (S)Amon Richards (WR)Shaquille Quarterman (ILB)Joe Jackson (OLB)(6) Notre Dame at (24) Virginia TechABC - 8 p.m. This game is likely going to Notre Dame, but it should be a good show along the way. The preponderance of the talent is on the Irish sideline, but VT has a habit of sneaking up on opponents even when talent isn’t on its side.Notre Dame has talent throughout its defense, which the Fighting Irish have ridden so far this season. They also have a pair of big wide receivers who could catch the eye of the GM who drafted Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess in consecutive yearsBut, from a scouting perspective, Notre Dame will be the team to watch in this game.Players to watchNotre DameJerry Tillery (DT)Khalid Kareem (DE)Te’von Coney (OLB)Drue Tranquill (OLB) Julian Love (CB)Miles Boykin (WR)Chase Claypool (WR)Virginia TechTrevon Hill (EDGE)Richard Walker (DT)Yosuah Nijman (OT)

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