Trouble in East Rutherford

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The New York Giants fell to 4-11 on the season after a 34-3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. If they won that game, they would’ve ruined Philadelphia’s playoff chances. However, it does not appear to bother CEO John Mara as it was already announced that he plans on keeping head coach Joe Judge and QB Daniel Jones in 2022. Considering the fact that Danny was out for the 5th game straight with a neck injury, he isn’t the problem. Judge on the other hand has not proved why he is worthy of a third chance to make it right, but what’s done is done. Although VP Steve Tisch has the final say, it looks like Judge is their guy for the foreseeable future.

The first quarter of the game was very silent for both teams. It was all tied at 0 going into the second. Then, in the second quarter, both teams visited each other’s territory but couldn’t muster up a touchdown. Therefore, they settled for a field goal. The score was 3-3 at the half. Jake Fromm got his first start as QB after a couple of unsuccessful performances by backup Mike Glennon. However, after throwing for 25 yards and an interception, he was benched. Glennon then took over in the third quarter.


Jake Fromm via GiantsWire – USA Today Sports

After that, it all went downhill. The Giants were completely shut out in the third while the eagles scored 17 points off 2 touchdowns and a field goal.  The Giants scored a touchdown late in the 4th, but it was too late as the Eagles added an additional 14 points way before that. The final score was 34-10.

There are only 2 more games left for Big Blue in what has been a tumultuous season. They will face the Chicago Bears in Windy City on Sunday, Jan. 2 at 1:00 pm. Then, they’ll close the season out against rivals Washington Football Team on Sunday, Jan. 9 at 1:00 pm. Those are very winnable games, but the route they’re going down – they’d be lucky to even win another game this season.

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