3. The Giants receivers came down with some primetime grabs
It goes without saying, but the Giants wide receivers room isn't known as being elite across the league. However, despite Daniel Jones being out for this one due to his neck injury, the pass-catchers came up with some impressive grabs for Tyrod Taylor. Taylor delivered with some great throws on the night, and his WRs didn't disappoint.
To start, you've got to give props to Darius Slayton. He led the team with 69 receiving yards, coming on four grabs. Wan'Dale Robinson had himself another coming out party, as he posted eight receptions for 62 yards. Don't forget about Jalin Hyatt, as he had three catches for 21 yards, none bigger than a 4th-down grab late in the fourth quarter.
Hyatt also had a 43-yard reception wiped off the table because of a terrible call from the refs, who claimed Neal was an ineligible man downfield on that play. It was bogus to say the least. Hyatt needs to get more involved moving forward. This is something Giants fans have been wanting for a while. Let's see if Mike Kafka starts listening this weekend vs. the Commanders.