Another upsetting and mind-boggling loss for the Giants has led to an uproar on social media. Hopes were high for the Giants, as they coasted their way to a two game winning streak. That all came crashing down Sunday after the Giants fell 25-22 to their inter-conference rival Philadelphia Eagles. Now fans and analysts are laying into the lifeless Giants.
Everyone’s opinion summed up in one tweet
The New York Football Giants pic.twitter.com/sckGxuG8IA— SEC East Champions (@IOnlySayFacts) November 25, 2018
No one knows why the Giants stopped running the ball
Giants gave up on the running game in the second half. I just don't get it. I really don't.— Patricia Traina (@Patricia_Traina) November 25, 2018
Giants had 16 rushing yards on seven attempts in the second half after having 110 on 11 in the first half.— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) November 25, 2018
Crushing loss for the Giants. Lots of head-scratching decisions in second half.— Mike Francesa (@MikeFrancesa) November 25, 2018
So Saquan kills the Eagle's defense in the first half and the Giant's coaching staff decides not to use him in the 2nd. Makes sense, huh? #Dumb— Mike Hill (@ItsMikeHill) November 25, 2018
Skip and Shannon did not like the officiating
Odell was right to throw a fit because the ref didn't throw a flag as he was grabbed twice on end zone pass. Eagles just got a huge break. Giants should be ahead.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) November 25, 2018
That should’ve been a flag on 54 of the Eagles. That’s tripping and Giants should’ve gotten 15 yds penalty— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) November 25, 2018
A lot has led to their 3-8 record
Lost in the shuffle of the Giants pathetic, poorly planned season, Pat Shurmur has been miserable in his first year as the coach. Today was a prime example.— Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) November 25, 2018
The Giants continuously talk about how they're in all these games. They're close. Well, until they start winning some of them, especially against division opponents, they will continue to struggle.— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) November 25, 2018
Unfortunately for Giant fans, losing not winning has become the norm. Not enough 'Giants' on this squad or this staff.— Mike Francesa (@MikeFrancesa) November 25, 2018
Are we really surprised?
Me: “I don’t care if the Giants lose I want them to so they get a better draft pick!” *Giants lose— Nick Miele (@nmiele51) November 25, 2018
Five games remain for the Giants, and not much hope remains for their season. Facing five teams above .500, today’s loss could be the start of a season ending skid.