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Post-game quotebook: What the Giants were saying after defeating the Washington Redskins

Let’s hear from the players

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How did the New York Giants react to their 24-3 victory over the Washington Redskins? Let’s go inside the locker room and find out what players were saying.

Evan Engram on being .500 for the first time in his career with the Giants ...

“Wow, yeah. It feels good. We have to keep going and keep getting better.

“Yeah, it’s been tough the past two years. Definitely just have to keep finding ways to get better. We cannot get complacent, can’t be satisfied. We have to find ways to get better and get above .500.”

Janoris Jenkins on his two interceptions after a poor game in Week 3 ...

“I just played football, man, like I told you last week. Ain’t no pressure; you have games like that. I came out this week and worked in practice, critiqued what I did wrong last week, and I came out and played football.”

Markus Golden on the play of the defense ...

“We’ve been hard on ourselves at practice, running around there being hard on each other by making sure we’re doing our assignment and it’s starting to pay off.

“Anytime you can come out and perform together at a high level, it’s motivation for everybody. You get to watch the film, watch everybody flying around. I felt the energy. Everybody was celebrating and having a good time. That’s always good and it’s always good for everybody to feed off.”

Jabrill Peppers on the reaction after his Pick Six ...

“I couldn’t even hear it, I was just so zoned in. That was the first one of my career, I tried to do the wall hop but I was little tired, I couldn’t quite make it. It was great that we could make a big play like that on defense. Help the offense, spread the margin out a little bit, and we kept playing phenomenal defense after that. We just have to keep this going.”

Daniel Jones on getting to 2-2 ...

“There certainly wasn’t any panic amongst the team or in our building at 0-2. I think we understood who we had. I think we understood the team. Getting back to 2-2, you feel good about it. But at the same time, if we’re going to keep winning, we have to address a number of things. We have to improve a number of things as a team if we want to keep it going. I think it’s important that we understand that and like I said, keep moving forward.”

Wayne Gallman on his performance ...

“I was going to show everybody that even though Say [Saquon Barkley] is out, I’m Wayne, and I can do whatever it takes to win.” [Full story]