5 takeaways from the NY Giants terrible loss vs. the Seahawks in Week 8
3. Adoree’ Jackson is playing at an All-Pro level
The defense continues to keep the Giants in games this season, and in Week 8, it was Adoree’ Jackson who was the primetime player. Early on, Jackson had a great pass deflection that prevented a touchdown for the home team. His close-down speed on this play was a thing of beauty.
Then, Jackson had the play of the game when he forced a fumble of star Seattle wideout Tyler Lockett. Jackson straight up wanted the ball more and he ripped it out of Lockett’s hands. A few moments later, with the ball at the Seattle two yard line, Barkley was able to find the end zone and tie things up at 7-7.
The play from Jackson gave the Giants new life, as the offense wasn’t doing much of anything at the time. Jackson did get beat later in the game on a nifty double move by Lockett, but all in all, he played fantastic. Jackson is playing at an All-Pro level and he’s going to be depended on in a big way the rest of the campaign.