As far as the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles are concerned, the 2015 season only has two quarters left.
Barring a trip to overtime, that's 30 minutes of game time until the final post-game press conferences, and the hard work of making harder post-season decisions begins. Thirty minutes until the teams can begin the process of building towards the 2016 season.
If this game truly is the last one that Tom Coughlin will coach, Coughlin deserves to be sent out on a high note. With Odell Beckham returning from suspension, the potential is there for some fireworks to close the season.
But of course, the Giants would only look to Beckham twice in the first half. Instead, the Giants' offense was carried by Rashad Jennings, Shane Vereen, and Will Tye.
Eli Manning finished the first half completing 11 of 19, for 128 yards and 1 touchdown. Shane Vereen caught four straight passes for 53 yards and Will Tye caught 3 for 36 yards and a touchdown.
The real work is being done by Jennings, who has already amassed 117 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries (6.8 ypc) in the first half. That is the Giants' season high for rushing yardage for a single running back.
The Giants defense has largely been non-existant, particularly in the middle of the field, although Jason Pierre-Paul has a pair of passes defensed, one of which resulted in a tip-drill interception by Jonathan Casillas.
Enjoy the final half of Giants football until August, and use this as your second half open thread.