4 back-breaking NY Giants plays from the painful 14-9 loss to the Bills

The G-Men couldn't get the job done in Buffalo in primetime

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1. The incomplete pass to end the game to Darren Waller

So close. This wasn't a back-breaking play, but it's one that has our heart in pieces. On the final play of the game, as many of you just saw, Taylor tried hitting Waller for the game-winning touchdown. The play was there to be made, but the ball hit the turf. Also, no holding on this play?

That's a 50-50 play and Waller was in a great position to try and come down with that ball. There's currently a wild debate going off on Twitter about whether or not this was pass interference. From our chair, it sure looks like Waller was being held and the Bills defender was draped all over him. How was this not called?

The officials, who called DPI on the previous play, decided that nothing was wrong here and the Bills were able to escape with a victory. Buffalo is now 4-2 on the season, but the Giants almost handed them a tough home loss. Credit to the Giants for fighting until the end, but goodness, this hurts a lot right now.