It’s finally victory Sunday for NY Giants fans. This win was long overdue for NY, but Daniel Jones and the Giants’ offense still struggled. We break it down here.
After 6 weeks, the NY Giants are victorious for the first time in 2020. The game itself wasn’t pretty, it shouldn’t have been this close, but they won. And that is all that matters for now until next Thursday night.
Daniel Jones and the Giants’ offense did enough to get the W at MetLife Stadium, 20-19 over Washington. It was a much-needed win, especially against a weak divisional rival and with the chance to move up the standings in Philadelphia on Thursday.
Jones had another difficult game throwing, going 12/19 for an uninspiring 112 yards. He had a relatively clean pocket and was only sacked once all game. On a more positive note, Jones took off running for 74 yards on seven carries including an impressive 49-yard scamper on a read-option keep.
112 passing yards, 240 total yards, and 20 points won’t cut it most weeks in the NFL against superior opponents. The NY Giants’ need to start seeing more consistency from Daniel and their offense every week.
There were a lot of crazy moments in this game. Fortunately, enough plays went Big Blue’s way to secure the win on their home turf.
Here is a breakdown of Daniel Jones’ Week 6 effort.