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Giants vs. Jets halftime score: Giants 20, Jets 10

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Use this as your second half open thread

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The New York Giants came into today's game needing a win to stay alive in the division, and keep their playoff hopes alive. A win would also give them bragging rights in the city they share with the New York Jets, but that is really just an added bonus.

Despite their injuries, the Giants were hoping for a complete game and a hot start against the Jets, what they got was an inconsistent start that saw offensive fireworks provided by Odell Beckham Jr, Odell Beckham Jr, and Will Tye, a couple good runs from Andre Williams, and not much else.

The defense has been the most aggressive its been all year long, getting to Ryan Fitzpatrick nearly every passing play. Despite getting burned by several screen passes, the Giants have thus far held the Jets to 10 points, while notching a pair of sacks and a forced fumble.

The special teams have gotten into the act as well with Dwayne Harris busting an 80 yard punt return for a touchdown.

The Giants will get the ball to start the second half.