This was great Pat Shurmur : Giants report card

This was great Pat Shurmur : Giants report card

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Daniel Jones (28 of 47, 301 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT) finished their new kid on the block year in fitting design, making some superb tosses and two late turnovers. Theirs bobble right off the bat in the final quarter gave the Eagles a touchdown.

Line was commanded; Jones was sacked multiple times and Saquon Barkley (17-92) had a 68-yard run and just 24 yards on 16 different conveys.

WR Golden Tate dropped what ought to have been a fulfillment for a first down on an inclination over the center. On the following arrangement, Tate made a troublesome jumping get for 20 yards while getting overturned and later included a TD.

Freshman TE Kaden Smith was hailed for a holding punishment while pass securing in the principal quarter, however returned to get eight goes for 98 yards.

Evaluation: C-short.


The Eagles had Carson Wentz (23 of 40, 298 yards, 1 TD) and a lot of reinforcement ball-handlers and figured out how to gather 400 absolute yards. Women and noble men, the Giants 2019 guard in real life!

Tenderfoot CB DeAndre Baker was late landing on 24-yard TD go to Joshua Perkins. Leonard Williams had a pass avoidance on the principal arrangement and new kid on the block Oshane Ximines had a quarterback hit on fourth down.

Deone Bucannon dropped Miles Sanders for lost 6 yards on a screen pass. Lorenzo Carter halted Greg Ward for a 7-yard misfortune and new kid on the block Julian Love put a strong hit on Ward for a pass separation. In any case, such a large number of targets running free and not almost enough warmth on Wentz.

Evaluation: D

Extraordinary groups

A Riley Dixon punt was brought down at the 1-yard line in the subsequent quarter, however it didn’t check, as Sean Chandler was called for hanging on the inclusion group. Da’Mari Scott went in reverse on a punt return for less 3 yards.

Cody Latimer had a 32-yard the opening shot return right off the bat in the final quarter. Aldrick Rosas hit their lone field-objective endeavor, a 37-yarder.

Evaluation: B


On the off chance that this is the end for Pat Shurmur, it was a fitting way out. Such a large number of runs up the center for Barkley in short-yardage circumstance against a guarded line that was not getting this show on the road off the ball.

Not surprisingly, the Giants indicated battle and stuck around however not about enough on their side of the ball, particularly from James Bettcher’s hard to-watch safeguard.

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