4 plays that helped the Giants beat GB and keep postseason dreams alive

The G-Men have no won three-consecutive games

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1. Everything about the final drive, including the Randy Bullock field goal

Okay, we're cheating here a bit and going to mention several moments from the final drive instead of focusing on just one play. We really hope you don't mind. First off, DeVito was fabulous with the game on the line, going 4-for-4 for 53 yards, highlighted by the 32-yard connection to Robinson. Too much to say it was Eli Manning-esque?

DeVito didn't run away from the pressure at all and he lifted the guys around him to keep on going. Thanks to the 53 yards through the air, plus some extra yardage via Saquon Barkley runs, NY put Randy Bullock in a position to drill a 37-yarder to win it. Bullock, with ice in his veins, nailed it with a ton of confidence.

Keep in mind that Bullock missed a 48-yarder in the first half. However, he didn't disappoint with the chance to help NY capture win No. 5 on the season. With the victory, Giants fans can start dreaming again about making the playoffs. A huge road contest against the Saints is on the way on Sunday. If they post yet another upset win, it might be time to give DeVito the keys to the city.

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