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Giants-Rams, Week 17: Live updates!

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In-game updates

Can’t make this up

A 94-yard punt return by Gunner Olszewski pulled the Giants within a point, 26-25, with 3:27 to play. The Giants went for two after an encroachment penalty on the Rams. Tyrod Taylor missed a wide open Saquon Barkley to keep the Giants behind by a point.

Giants get within one

Tyre Phillips carted off

Big play by Giants!

An 80-yard strike from Tyrod Taylor to Darius Slayton pulled Giants with four points, 20-16, with 4:39 left in the third quarter.

Rams up by double digits

14-10 at the half

Rams back on top

After the Giants failed on a fourth-and-1 try at their own 47-yard line, the Rams went 46 yards in eight plays to take a 14-7 lead with 1:44 left in the half. The score came on a 5-yard pass from Matthew Stafford to Cooper Kupp.

Giants tie the score

Giants lose two players to injuries

Right tackle Tyre Phillips (knee) and safety Jason Pinnock (foot) are questionable to return for the Giants after first-quarter injuries.

Phillips returned to the game on the Giants’ next series.

Rams strike first


Follow all the action right as the 5-10 New York Giants host the 8-7 Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on FOX. Find all of of your information on how to watch, listen, stream and wager here.

The Rams can clinch a playoff spot by beating Giants on Sunday, combined with a loss by the Seattle Seahawks or a tie in the game between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers.

Can the Giants spoil the Rams’ playoff party hopes?

The Giants have lost two straight after a season-best three game winning streak. They turn to Tyrod Taylor at quarterback on Sunday, with the 13-year veteran replacing undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito.

Linebacker Bobby Okereke and safety Xavier McKinney have played every defensive snap for the Giants this season. Can they keep that 100% participation for the final two games. Saquon Barkley needs 123 rushing yards for the fourth 1,000-yard rushing season of his career. Darius Slayton needs 98 yards to reach 700 receiving yards for the fourth time in his five-year career.

The Giants will be without starting cornerback Deonte Banks, who is inactive with a shoulder injury. [FULL INACTIVES]

See all of our coverage of the game in our Giants-Rams StoryStream. Be sure to come back after the game for all of the news and analysis, and to visit our YouTube channel for post-game reactions. You can also follow Ed Valentine on Threads for in-game commentary.