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New York Giants' news, 8/10: Reaction to Saturday's victory

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New York Giants headlines for Sunday, 8/10.

Tom Coughlin is in mid-season form
Tom Coughlin is in mid-season form
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Good morning, New York Giants fans! The Giants defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-16, in NFL preseason action Saturday night. Our Giants vs. Steelers StoryStream has all the details. Here is some of what you will find there:

-- Complete recap

-- Curtis Painter, Corey Washington are Giants' heroes

-- Eli confident despite offensive struggles

Your 'Kudos & Wet Willies' review is coming a bit later.

Quotebook

"God is working. I'm staying humble. I'm taking in the playbook day-by-day and just making plays out there.

"It's fun to go out there and make plays and help the team get a win. I'm just waiting for the regular season to start. Hopefully, I'll make the 53-man roster here in New York."

-- Corey Washington after Saturday's game-winning catch

News & Notes

The Giants were penalized 10 times for 109 yards. Six of those penalties came in pass coverage as Giants' defenders struggled with the new rules further limiting contact with receivers downfield.

"There is no contact allowed at all. You bump into each other shoulder-to-shoulder when you turn and run down the field, it is called a penalty. That is an issue. We are going to have to do a better job of coaching it," head coach Tom Coughlin said. "Two weeks in a row and we are still guilty of pass interference and holding and illegal contact and all of those things. We have to get the straightened out. I was hoping that we would fare better this week, having gone through what we did a week ago. but it wasn't the case."

The Giants almost made it through Saturday's game unscathed on the injury front. Fullback John Conner took a helmet-to-helmet hit on the game's final play and is going through the NFL's concussion protocol.

Around The Inter-Google

Observation Deck New York Giants after preseason win over Steelers - ESPN New York

NY Giants need to let Eli Manning test drive new West Coast offense after he throws just two passes vs. Steelers - NY Daily News

Eli Manning breakdown: Does Giants QB look comfortable in new offense? | NJ.com

Back to the drawing board for Eli Manning and Ben McAdoo | New York Post

Giants still unsure what they have with their offensive line | NJ.com

Giants’ offensive line remains a work in progress | ProFootballTalk

Addition Of Rodgers-Cromartie Elevates Giants’ Secondary To NFL’s Elite " CBS Chicago