Giants win, 14-7. Full recap coming.
A blocked field goal by Leonard Williams keeps the Giants ahead by a touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
Washington cuts the deficit
Brian Robinson goes 4 yards for a TD. Washington turns the Shepard muff into a score and it's now 14-7 NYG w/10:21 left in Q3.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) October 22, 2023
Sterling Shepard, subbing for the injured Eric Gray as the Giants’ punt returner, muffed a punt that Washington recovered at the Giants’ 21-yard line. Six plays later, Brian Robinson Jr. ran 4 yards for a touchdown to cut the Giants’ lead to 14-7 with 10:21 left in the third quarter.
Giants up 14-0!
2 plays after Banks' pick, Taylor hits Saquon Barkley for 32-yard catch and run TD. 14-0 NYG with 8:56 left in the half.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) October 22, 2023
The Giants took advantage of a Deonte Banks interception of Sam Howell by going 48 yards in two plays for a touchdown. Tyrod Taylor hit Saquon Barkley for a 32-yard catch-and-run touchdown.
A touchdown for Darren Waller!— Nick Falato (@nickfalato) October 22, 2023
Great throw from Tyrod to the backshoulder on 3rd & 15 to score the first offensive touchdown since Week 3 pic.twitter.com/CPM9sEnj5t
Giants take the lead!
Tyrod Taylor hits Darren Waller for Giants for 15-yard TD on 3rd and goal. That's Giants' first, first-half TD of the year, and first offensive TD in nearly 221 minutes. 7-0 Giants.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) October 22, 2023
Tyrod Taylor threw for 72 yards on an eight-play, 88-yard scoring drive for the Giants.
Unfortunately, the Giants could not capitalize on this 33-yard catch by Jalin Hyatt. A few plays later, Graham Gano missed a 42-yard field goal. That kept the game scoreless.
Giants starting OL in warmups: LT Justin Pugh, LG Marcus McKethan, C Ben Bredeson, RG Mark Glowinski, RT Tyre Phillips— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) October 22, 2023
- Giants not planning to trade Saquon Barkley, per report
- Giants targeting next week for Andrew Thomas’ return, per report
QB Daniel Jones (neck)
OT Andrew Thomas (hamstring)
C John Michael Schmitz (shoulder)
OT Matt Peart (shoulder)
OT Evan Neal (ankle)
CB Adoree’ Jackson
DT Jordon Riley
DE Efe Obada
WR Mitchell Tinsley
TE Curtis Hodges
G Chris Paul
OT Trent Scott
DE KJ Henry
CB Christian Holmes
With their season on the verge of spiraling beyond a point where it is salvageable, the 1-5 New York Giants host the 3-3 Washington Commanders on Sunday at MetLife Stadium (1 p.m. ET, CBS). The Giants are slight underdogs, per DraftKings Sportsbook.
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