Good morning, New York Giants fans!
This line from Peter King won’t make Giants feel much better:
Of the NFL’s 32 teams, the Giants are 31 and the Jets 32. Though I’d say the Jets are 32 by a lot.
The Giants, who have used their top pick four straight years on offensive players -- with three of the four being top 6 -- are averaging 12.7 points per game. This doesn't reflect well on GM Dave Gettleman, offensive coordinator Jason Garrett or QB Daniel Jones.— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) September 27, 2020
San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan when asked if he was surprised by Sunday’s lopsided score:
“No, and it’s nothing against them at all, but we had a real good week of practice. We were pretty confident last night. I know the way it ended up, but by no means was that easy. Those drives were grinds. We didn’t punt today and we didn’t turn it over, but it didn’t feel like that. We had to work for a lot of stuff and they kept us out of the end zone a number of times. Fortunately, our defense was able to get some turnovers, but, that’s a good team. It got away a little bit there at the end, but I was real proud of our guys. That was our plan. We wanted to do that. We came in and wanted to do that. We thought we could do it and I was proud of the guys for pulling it off.”
In case you missed it
- ‘Kudos & Wet Willies:’ Giants destroyed by the faux 49ers edition
- Post-game quotebook: After loss, Giants say “It’s not good enough”
- Instant analysis: Things I think after the Giants’ embarrassing loss to San Francisco
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