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Greg Zuerlein of the Jets kicked a 33-yard field goal in overtime for the winning points after hitting a 35-yard field goal with one second left at the end of regulation to tie the game.
After stunningly missing two field goals, including one with :28 left, Giants’ placekicker Graham Gano wasn’t making any excuses.
"It sucks letting everybody down. You can put it straight on me. There's nobody else, honestly."— Giants Videos (@SNYGiants) October 29, 2023
- Graham Gano pic.twitter.com/XJ7XLdBYCq
Injuries continue to mount for the Giants as the team lost quarterback Tyrod Taylor and tight end Darren Waller during the game.
The Giants fall to 2-6 and will travel most of the way across the country to play the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 9.
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Other Giant observations
Dexter Lawrence on fourth-and-1 decision
Dexter Lawrence asked if he would like to see his coach go for that 4th & 1 to end the game:— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) October 29, 2023
“I thought we would. But we got one of the better kickers in the league, so I’ll trust that and take that choice, too.” #Giants
The Giants had an incredible and bizarre victory in their grasp and with it, their season would be resuscitated. It was all there for them, riding Saquon Barkley and a powerhouse defense and on the precipice of a 10-7 triumph that had to be seen to be believed.
Instead, the Giants are on the precipice of a lost season, with a devastating late collapse now on their résumé. They turned sure success into abject failure in a 13-10 overtime loss to the Jets at rain-soaked MetLife Stadium.
Rookie quarterback on his first career touchdown
Tommy DeVito says he "blacked out" after his first NFL touchdown:— Giants Videos (@SNYGiants) October 29, 2023
"Would've felt a little sweeter with a victory in the end." pic.twitter.com/3C1t5AqiVa
Jamie Gillan of the Giants and Thomas Morstead of the Jets combined for 24 punts on a rainy afternoon in East Rutherford in a game eventually won by the Jets in overtime, 13-10. It turned out to be the most combined punts in an NFL game in 20 years, according to the CBS telecast.
Morstead's 11 punts averaged 48.1 yards, while Gillan's 13 punts averaged 42.2 yards.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams and New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley aren’t getting moved by their teams. Both teams have told that to interested parties.
Saquon Barkley looked at the big picture
"We're still in the fight. Everything we want out there is still there."— Giants Videos (@SNYGiants) October 29, 2023
Saquon Barkley talks about his message to his teammates after a loss like this: pic.twitter.com/PaNEW6mfKZ
Jets linebacker Sam Eguavoen accidentally walked into the Giants’ locker room before Sunday’s rivalry game. But he had a good excuse.
Around the league
Raiders hold team meeting to voice frustrations ahead of Week 8 showdown against Lions, per report | CBSSports.com
Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels opened the floor to his players on Thursday, allowing everyone to voice their frustrations. Nothing was off limits as players could discuss personnel, team culture and yes, coaching as well. Maxx Crosby, Davante Adams and Josh Jacobs were a few of the players who reportedly spoke up, but players from all over the roster took McDaniels up on this opportunity. The Raiders players reportedly considered the meeting to be positive, even cathartic.
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