World News – USA – Giants Cowboys ‘Kudos & Wet Willies’ Review: No Help From Philly Edition


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Let’s watch the New York Giants’ 23:19 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, sadly the last time the Giants will play in our traditional « Kudos & Wet Willies » style until next season.

Sterling Shepard – The only giant draft pick on the current squad to play in a playoff game showed the way on Sunday. Shepard ran for a 23-yard score on the back, caught a 10-yard touchdown pass and eight passes to a season high of 112 yards.

“Just do plays. It’s that simple, ”Shepard described his way of thinking. « We’re a skill group out there making big games. That’s all I wanted to do. Whatever I could do to help the team. ”

Leonard Williams – Williams picked a great time for the first three sack game of his career. He also had 7 tackles, 3 losses, 5 quarterback hits, a defended pass and a pressure that resulted in Xavier McKinney intercepting final possession from Dallas.

Williams is going to get a massive payday this off-season. It’s better from the giants.

Leonard Williams lined up three incredibly impressive games to bring Dallas to 3 points after Gallman’s first fumble. . . Huge sequence from the upcoming free agent. picture. Twitter. com / gbpZp0u9WK

Xavier McKinney – Rookie Safety made a big game, getting a desperate endzone shot from Andy Dalton heading for cowboy Dalton Schultz. McKinney had defended 8 tackles, one loss and one pass.

Offensive Line – The Giants’ offensive line gave Daniel Jones all day. He was released once and beaten six times. There were also some holes for Wayne Gallman and Alfred Morris when the Giants considered using the running game.

Daniel Jones – The stats aren’t overwhelming – 17 of 25, 229 yards, 2 TDs, one interception, one fumble, 17 yards of rushing. However, Jones took on the challenge of playing well in the biggest game of his fledgling NFL career to date.

Dante Pettis – The San Francisco 49ers rejection made two big games for the Giants on Sunday. Pettis had a 33-yard touchdown grab and a 10-yard catch that set Graham Gano’s 50-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.

Julian Love – Aside from dropping an interception, Love played a solid game that started on the outside corner instead of Isaac Yiadom. Love had 7 tackles and a pass separation. His outside presence and the return of Darnay Holmes to the slot allowed the Giants to play more man-to-man defense than usual.

Jabrill Peppers’ punt returning – Peppers had punt returns of 20 and 19 yards, the first time in a while that he actually played games for the Giants in the second leg. Unfortunately, the Giants couldn’t convert any of those solid returns into points.

Evan Engram – Two more terrifying, inexcusable drops on well-thrown balls that should be easy to catch for a close NFL finish. Especially a Pro Bowl tight end. One of those drops naturally became the sixth interception of a pass aimed at Engram this season. The frustrating thing about Engram is that for every splash game that helps the Giants, he makes at least as many hurt them. He’s the walking definition of a “kwillie. ”

Riley Dixon – I don’t know what’s going on with Dixon, but he hasn’t been nearly as good in recent games as he was in 2019 or the first half of this season. He didn’t get a chance to get a deep grip on Dallas on Sunday.

Dion Lewis – The returning veteran didn’t fumble while completing the kickoff-return tasks this week, but he also didn’t play any games. It’s brutally obvious that the teams started in such a way that Lewis was forced to return the ball. He was 21 on average. 0 yards on three return Sundays. Lewis has made some good returns this season, but he doesn’t give the Giants much in that role.

Doug Pederson – Missed a chip shot goal? Worse still, playing Washington quarterback against Nate Sudfeld in the fourth quarter? To think Giants fans actually gave up sleep in hopes that the Philadelphia Eagles would beat Washington on Sunday night.

Graham Gano – His 50-yard field goal late Sunday provided points the Giants desperately needed. Still, that missed extra point in the first quarter could be the ugliest missed extra point I’ve ever seen from a high school kicker. What the hell happened there

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