Stephen A. Smith roasting the Giants somehow makes this Cowboys loss worse

Everyone is jumping in to take shots at the G-Men

New York Giants v Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants v Dallas Cowboys / Ron Jenkins/GettyImages

What else did we expect? For some strange reason, despite the writing being on the wall before kickoff, some of us out there thought the NY Giants would be able to make things interesting vs. the Cowboys on Sunday. Instead, a 49-17 loss was recorded.

Seriously? The Giants have officially been outscored by Dallas 89-17 this year and that can never be the case again, period. Right now, everyone is feeling down in the dumps about how New York performed. Leave it to loud-mouthed Stephen A. Smith to make you feel even worse:

The Giants were an embarrassment against the Cowboys in Week 10

Smith didn't hold back and this is a man who hates the Cowboys too. The fact of the matter is that the Giants have been in the national spotlight quite a bit this year, but they've been a joke to watch. Yes, injuries have been a major problem for them, but there's no excuse for letting the Cowboys hang a 49-burger on you.

Dak Prescott played out of his mind against the Giants, tossing for 404 yards and a touchdown. His top receivers were nothing short of brilliant too: Brandin Cooks posted 173 yards and a touchdown, while CeeDee Lamb added 151 yards and a touchdown, plus a rushing score.

Offensively for the Giants, a couple of meaningless Tommy DeVito touchdown passes and a Randy Bullock field goal were the highlights, but this team could not move the ball with consistency. A frustrated Saquon Barkley rushed for 66 yards on 13 carries, while Daniel Bellinger was the leading receiver with 34 yards.

That's never going to get the job done. It's clear this team needs Tyrod Taylor back as soon as possible to be competitive (Daniel Jones out for the year), but this season is beyond lost. Now, everyone is going to be counting down the days for the NFL Draft to get here, especially with people like Smith blasting the G-Men for their poor play.