It appears that simply losing isn’t enough for the New York Giants. They appear to be on a mission to come up with new and creative ways to earn a “L” and deliver another shot to the heart of the fan base. Take Thursday night’s game against the Washington Redskins. The Giants (0-2) let that one slip away on several occasions to backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke, with the last nail in the coffin coming when Dexter Lawrence was penalised for offside on a field goal try that went wide right with no time left.
The offside game is the latest in a long line of heartbreaking losses for the New York Giants
Of course, Dustin Hopkins didn’t miss again, and the Giants, who have been the NFL’s worst club since the start of 2017, were defeated 30-29, falling to 0-2 for the fifth consecutive season. Oh, the anguish. “It was a tough one,” Sterling Shepard, a wide receiver, said. “You put your heart and soul into it, and it all comes down to the wire. When you watch the first one miss and you see the flags, it’s not a good feeling.” However, it is fairly familiar. Over the course of those five seasons, the list of heartbreaking losses is growing. The offside game will be remembered the most from Thursday’s contest. But hold on, there’s more. The Giants also had a long Daniel Jones touchdown run negated by a questionable holding call on wide receiver C.J. Board. Wide receiver Darius Slayton also dropped a wide-open deep touchdown — a catch he “100% expects to make” — and the Giants also had a long Daniel Jones touchdown run negated by a questionable holding call on wide receiver C.J. Board. It was just a game they should have won three times.
The Evan Engram fumble: It was the Giants’ and Engram’s biggest setback of a difficult 2020 season. With little over two minutes left, the tight end threw a long pass down the left sideline. After the game, Engram said, “I just didn’t make the play.” He didn’t, to be sure. On a Thursday night, Philadelphia received the ball and drove down the field for the game-winning touchdown. Does this ring a bell? Andy Dalton, please! : The Giants allowed Dalton to fly down the field in 52 seconds in 2020, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a chip-shot field goal for an October triumph. Andy Dalton, you are correct. Dak Prescott, who had a complex fracture and dislocation of his right ankle early in the game, was relieved. The game’s first fatal field goal occurred in Week 3 of the 2017 season. As time expired, Jake Elliott broke the Giants’ hearts with a 61-yard field goal. This was a gut punch for the Giants, who fell to 0-3. At that point in September, their season was almost done.
The fatal field goal II: Once again, the Giants were defeated by a very long kick. At the last whistle of a 2018 game in Carolina, their current kicker demoralised his future club. Graham Gano of the Carolina Panthers kicked a 63-yard field goal with little time left to send the Giants to yet another humiliating defeat. At the time, it was tied for the second-longest kick in NFL history. The dreadful conclusion: It was Week 17 of the 2018 season, and the game meant nothing, but the Giants had yet another embarrassing loss. At this moment, it’s appropriate for this franchise. Dallas scored the game-winning touchdown with just over a minute remaining on an overturned ruling for a Cole Beasley touchdown, which was followed by a 2-point convert. In the game, Blake Jarwin recorded three touchdown catches. Blake Jarwin, the same Blake Jarwin who had never scored a touchdown in his life before that game.
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