4:25 pm - Giants at Seahawks
lose to the Seahawks 38-17.
Eli Manning was 29 of 44 for 283 yards with 1
INT, 1 TD and 1 fumble.
Andre Williams rushed for 33 yards on 13 carries and
1 TD and caught 2 passes for 5 yards.
Michael Cox rushed for 6 yards on 2 carries.
Hillis rushed for 4 yards on 1 carry and caught 1 pass for 5 yards.
Jr. caught 7 passes for 108 yards and had 1 carry for 11 yards.
Parker caught 7 passes for 79 yards and 1 TD.
Randle caught 5 passes for 39 yards.
Donnell caught 4 passes for 26 yards.
Fells caught 1 pass for 12 yards.
Bowman and Quintin Demps each had 1 interception.
Antrel Rolle recovered a
Robert Ayers and Johnathan
Hankins each had 1 sack.
Josh Brown kicked a 41 yard field goal.
"The Giants were ahead
at halftime and I was hoping they would be able to go all the way today, but sadly
that didn't happen. Odell Beckham Jr. was our big hope going into this game and
he did his part. It's actually hard to believe that a rookie who missed training
camp and the first part of the season could play this well with only a few games
under his belt. I was happy to see that the other receivers stepped up in this
game, making catches that seemed to be beyond their capabilities just last week,
and they were doing it on the road against a tough Seahawks team in a tough stadium.
was feeling real good for a long time watching this game and the score was even
tied going into the fourth quarter. In the end though the offense was a real disappointment
not being able to score a single point in the second half, and the defense couldn't
stop quarterback Russell Wilson and running back Marshawn Lynch from running all
over them. The Seahawks came up with 24 points and the Giants had none so the
score at the end of this game was 38-17. With a 3-6 record, I hope it's not the
end of the Giants as well as far as this season goes."
"The Giants wanted to get off to a fast start and they did that sort of.
Eli Manning started off with a 12 yard first down pass to tight end Daniel Fells.
Then Andre Williams ran up the middle for four yards, but that's where the fast
start ended. Manning then threw two short passes to his running backs Williams
and Peyton Hillis and both fell incomplete. At least they started a game with
one first down before having to punt.
Then the defense on their turn had no
trouble stopping the Seahawks on 3rd downs in their opening drive, mainly because
there were none. Quarterback Russell Wilson marched his team downfield quickly
with four first downs on five plays down to the Giants 1 yard line. There was
no more room for first downs so the Seahawks had to settle for a one yard touchdown
run by Marshawn Lynch. It looked like disaster loomed big once again in Seattle
for the visiting team as it has in so many games before, but the Giants did give
it a go.
Manning got the troops to the midfield area before they had to punt
and Wilson was intercepted immediately on his first pass by Zack Bowman. With
great field position at the Seahawks 24 yard line, the Giants were in the endzone
in just five quick plays to tie the score at 7-7. The Giants defense held, thanks
in part to Robert Ayers putting a nice dent in their drive with an 8 yard sack,
and three plays later they were punting.
Manning kept the pressure up with
a drive that included two long passes to Beckham and three runs by Williams, the
last of which was a three yard touchdown run to put them up 14-7 early in the
second quarter. Things were looking up for the Giants, especially when Antrel
Rolle recovered a fumble on the Seahawks next turn. Unfortunately the Giants weren't
able to capitalize on it this time and had to punt. Seattle came back with a touchdown
and then the Giants added a field goal to end the half putting them up 17-14
was all too good to be true, and as may be expected, it didn't last. In the third
quarter the Seahawks managed a field goal to tie things up. Then Manning followed
up, maybe getting a little too greedy on a first down play, unwisely throwing
his pass deep downfield to Beckham who had too much coverage and the pass was
intercepted and returned 47 yards. Seven plays later, six running and one pass
incompletion, the Seahawks took the lead 24-17. It was really over at that point
as the Giants showed they couldn't stop Russell Wilson and his running back Lynch,
who broke tackle after tackle to finish the game with a total of 140 yards and
You could say there's no shame to go down to a defending Super
Bowl Championship team and the Giants did put up a good fight for awhile, but
they really needed an upset today. They had a chance to do so, but they weren't
able to make it happen."
Marshawn Lynch 1 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)
Drive info: 6 plays, 80 yds, 3:19
6 Yd pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown Kick)
Drive info: 5 plays, 24 yds,
3 Yd Run (Josh Brown Kick)
Drive info: 5 plays, 80 yds, 2:23
Marshawn Lynch 2 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)
Drive info: 15 plays, 85 yds, 8:25
- FIELD GOAL
Josh Brown 41
Yd Field Goal
Drive info: 11 plays, 57 yds, 1:57
Third Quarter |
- FIELD GOAL
Steven Hauschka 28 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 70 yds, 3:55
Marshawn Lynch 3 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)
Drive info: 7 plays, 58 yds, 2:52
Marshawn Lynch 16 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)
Drive info: 7 plays, 53 yds, 3:28
Russell Wilson 1 Yd Run (Steven Hauschka Kick)
Drive info: 2 plays, 46 yds, 0:27
Eli Manning has the most career starts for the Giants with 160.
Giants are the only team in the NFL this season to have zero points on the first
Giants allowed 350 rushing
yards, their most in any game since 1978.
have had 25 straight games with a turnover, the longest active streak in the NFL.
rushed for a franchise-record 350 yards.Seahawks
rushed for 350 yards, the most in any NFL game since 2012.
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