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The Cowboys compiled 640 yards of offense to 172 for the Giants. Dallas outscored the Giants 89-17 in their two meetings this season.
The Giants are now No. 2 in the 2024 NFL Draft order. The Chicago Bears, by virtue of a trade with the 1-8 Carolina Panthers, have the No. 1 pick. The Arizona Cardinals and New England Patriots are also 2-8, but the Giants have the second pick based on strength of schedule.
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Other Giant observations
Schoen was in-person for North Carolina's game on Sep. 2 against South Carolina in Charlotte. That game featured UNC's quarterback Drake Maye, an underclassman who will have until Jan. 15, 2024 to petition the league for draft eligibility.
In September, Schoen also attended Clemson-Duke in Durham, N.C., and Florida St.-LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Those two games featured plenty of talented players, including Duke QB Riley Leonard and LSU's Jayden Daniels. Daniels is a senior, while Leonard is an underclassmen. Most notably, Schoen attended USC's game against Washington on Nov. 4 -- a game that featured USC quarterback Caleb Williams, who won the 2022 Heisman Trophy, and Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr.
General manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll are widely considered by sources inside and outside the building to be safe. They’ll be able to make the call on the future of the organization this offseason.
Will Daboll be able to prevent it? Sunday’s debacle inspired little hope.
The Giants delivered another low moment in a nightmare season full of them, complete with Saquon Barkley engaging in a heated conversation with Daboll — a notorious hothead — on the sideline. Then, in the second half, Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard got into a fiery sideline argument, after which Daboll appeared to try to calm Slayton down.
Slayton on his sideline outburst
Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard said their in-game interaction was not based on a disagreement between them. Shepard was trying to calm down Slayton, who admitted his frustration boiled over. Slayton said he voiced his frustrations to WR coach Mike Groh, so Shepard was trying…— Dan Duggan (@DDuggan21) November 13, 2023
Daboll on words with Wink
Brian Daboll says his sideline interaction with Wink Martindale, talked about at length on the FOX broadcast, was no different than any other in-game interaction with Martindale.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) November 13, 2023
"It was a no-brainer for me," DeVito told ESPN about living with his parents. "Everything that I need is there at the house. The decision was made since this level of football is stressful for a rookie, especially from the quarterback position. There is a lot going on, a lot of meetings. So everything outside of football is handled by my family.
"I don't have to worry about laundry, what I'm eating for dinner, chicken cutlets and all that is waiting for me when I get there. My mom still makes my bed. Everything is handled for me. Honestly, I don't even know if I could find a place closer to here than where I live. It takes me 12 minutes to get here."
Saquon after the game
Saquon Barkley: “It’s OK to be frustrated. It’s OK to be upset. … It’s tough. But put your hat on and keep coming to work” pic.twitter.com/9zCeACvYZO— Charlotte Carroll (@charlottecrrll) November 13, 2023
This week’s opponent
Jason Myers nailed a 43-yard field goal as time expired to give the Seahawks the victory. It was his fifth field goal of the day.
Washington and Seattle combined for 27 points in the game’s final period. Myers started the fourth-quarter scoring with a 45-yard field goal to make the score 19-12, Seahawks. Antonio Gibson then caught a 19-yard touchdown to the game at 19-19.
Forbes, Washington's first-round pick in April, was ejected following the hit on Seattle receiver Tyler Lockett. As quarterback Geno Smith scrambled to his left, Lockett was forced to run to the outside as Forbes dropped into that area. Forbes faces a fine and possible suspension by the NFL.
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