Doubt them all you want, but the NY Giants are officially one game back of the No. 7 seed in the NFC. A month ago, there was no way we'd even think about talking about the postseason for this team, but after the thrilling 24-22 victory over the Packers, it's time to start believing.
More specifically, it's time to start believing in Tommy DeVito and this offense, as it's no longer a cute story - this kid can ball. In the win over the Packers, Tommy Cutlets stepped his game up with some memorable plays. He wasn't the only one. Here's our look at the game-changing moments from MNF:
4. Wan'Dale Robinson catch on a heart-stopping flea flicker
We're not going to lie to you, when DeVito first let this ball go, we were worried SICK it was going to be intercepted. The Giants went for a flea flicker here and DeVito had the ball up in the air for what felt like an eternity. It looked like the Packers were going to come down with an interception, but then Wan'Dale Robinson leaped in from out of nowhere to post the amazing reception.
Boom! Robinson is one of the smallest wideouts in the league, but that didn't matter on this catch. You can't measure the size of this kid's heart. Robinson has been dealing with so much injury adversity early on in his career, but goodness, he came up huge for the Giants. At the time, NY was clinging to a one-point lead.
However, the Robinson grab helped the Giants get deep into Green Bay territory and DeVito was able to find Isaiah Hodgins in the end zone to increase the lead to 21-13 (we'll have more on that Hodgins grab later). Then on the final drive, Robinson had an equally as big reception, gaining 32 yards, which put NY in prime position to kick a game-winning field goal, which they did.