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Giants Morning Report: Odell Beckham can't prevent more misery for Giants

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New York Giants headlines for Monday, 11/24.

Tony Romo celebrates the game-winning touchdown pass Sunday night
Tony Romo celebrates the game-winning touchdown pass Sunday night
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Good morning, New York Giants fans! We have a ton to get to today on the heels of the Giants' 31-28 loss to the Dallas Cowboys Sunday night. Let's get started.

Odell Beckham's brilliant one-handed catch inspired plenty of Internet brilliance. Our friends at SB Nation have pulled much of it together into one must-see post. Here is a small sample:

Beckham wasn't impressed, because the Giants didn't win:

"I hope it's not the greatest catch of all time. I hope I can make more. It really means nothing without a win. We still go home at the end of the day with a loss. That's not fulfilling," Beckham said.

Game Notes

-- The Giants lost their sixth consecutive game and fell to 3-8. This is the first time the Giants have won just three of their first 11 games since 1995, when they finished 5-11.

-- The Giants can finish no better than 8-8 after going 7-9 last year. This is the first time the Giants will have back-to-back non-winning seasons since 2003-04, when they finished 4-12 and 6-10.

Around The Inter-Google

Disappearing Giants pass rush will spell the end for defensive coordinator Perry Fewell | Politi | NJ.com
Tony Romo had an eternity to throw the ball on the final Dallas drive as the Giants only rushed four.

Here's the catch: 5 greatest catches in NFL history - NY Daily News
From 'The Immaculate Reception' to 'The Catch,' NFL lore is rich with great grabs and clutch touchdowns. Add Odell Beckham’s Sunday-night one-hander to the list.

Cowboys @ Giants: Tony Romo, Offensive Line Dominate When It Matters Most In 31-28 Win - Blogging The Boys

The Dallas Cowboys turned to Tony Romo with the game on the line Sunday night, and just as he's done many times before, he lead his team back to a huge win.

On the Cowboys' final drive, Romo literally had so much time on certain plays, that he could scan the field once, and then a second time in order to find an open receiver. The often-criticized quarterback took the Cowboys from their own 20-yard line with three minutes on the clock, all the way down for the game-winning touchdown with 1:01 left. To make it even more impressive, Romo went 6/6 passing with 66 yards and the touchdown to Dez Bryant to complete the comeback.