Post Game Report: New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys


Oct 19, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants quarterback

Eli Manning

(10) leaves the field after the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Dallas beat New York 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The game is over.

The post game report contains nothing but sad Eli Manning faces, as it just wasn’t the Giants day. Dallas was able to use all their weapons to accumulate points and eventually win.

According to the box score over at ESPN, the Cowboys racked up 423 yards on 60 total plays. Dallas won the time of possession battle handedly and was able to move the ball, create first downs and score when they needed it.

For the Giants, rookie Odell Beckham Jr. did an admirable job attempting to replace Victor Cruz as he made his way into the end zone twice. But it just wasn’t enough, as the Giants had six penalties and even though they had the lead at half-time, couldn’t do anything in the third quarter and ultimately fell behind, never to regain the lead.

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  • For Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, they must adjust after losing two straight. Next week for the New York Giants is the bye and after that, the G-Men go to battle with the Indianapolis Colts on November 3rd.

    That’s not going to be an easy game. Today, the Dallas Cowboys were able to make swiss cheese of the Giants second half offense. It was not a performance worthy of celebration or hope for the fans.

    Instead it was a miserable display of a team not getting up for a rivalry game for the second week in a row.

    Giants Nation, there’s no way to sugar coat this. The G-Men are in a hole and they desperately need the bye week to get healthy and potentially get this season back on track.

    It will be no easy feat, as the way this team is playing it doesn’t appear they have any interest in having 2014 be their year. A 3-4 record isn’t the end of world, but back to back divisional losses is something no team in the NFL dreams about.

    The New York Football Giants must do better to win in this league.