4 key moments that powered the NY Giants over the Titans
By Zach Wolpin
3. 12-plays, 73-yards, and a game-winning drive
New York was down 20-13 with 10:28 left in the fourth. They were given outstanding field position after recovering a muffed punt at the Titans 11 yard line.
Jones would throw an interception on 3rd and 7 trying to target Barkley in the corner of the end zone. Luckily, the defense had another stop left in them. Tae Crowder, who finished the game with seven tackles, teamed up with Austin Calitro on 3rd and 1 to force the Titans to punt the ball away.
The Giants would start with the ball on their 27 yard line. A 33-yard rush by Saquon had NY close to the red zone with about four minutes left in regulation. Big Blue was now staring at a 4th and 1 from the 17 yard line, needing a touchdown to tie or potentially take the lead.
A naked bootleg run by Jones picked up a first down to keep the drive moving. Not too long after on a 2nd and goal from the one, Jones would find tight-end Chris Myarick for a one-yard touchdown to only now be down 20-19. What happened next was truly shocking.