New York Giants: 5 Things that Went Wrong Sunday

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Nov 29, 2015; Landover, MD, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (13) catches a touchdown pass as Washington Redskins cornerback Will Blackmon (41) defends in the fourth quarter at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 20-14. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

2. Lack Of Production

Rueben Randle who is supposed to be the Giants number two option was dead until late in the fourth quarter. Randle had one catch the whole game and it was a huge touchdown. However Randle was quiet most of the game. Eli Manning was picked off on a ball in the end zone that Randle didn’t fight for and he didn’t come back on the route. The announcers even cited Randle for costing Manning the interception.

Shane Vereen caught four balls but was mostly quiet out of the back field. He cost Eli Manning an interception on the first drive of the game. Manning threw him a short pass and Vereen let it his chest and bounce up. He then slipped and couldn’t break the ball up from being an interception.

Dwayne Harris was very quiet in this game. Harris looked like he had make a great play on a ball that was almost intercepted. After bringing the pass in he was hit hard and the ball popped up for an interception. Hakeem Nicks was very quiet as he caught one shirt pass. He also couldn’t pull in a slant pass that was broken up. Other than Odell Beckham who had another monster game the pass catchers were very quiet. Will Tye also some plays.

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