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4TH QTR: Brown notches seventh rush TD

Posted by Dan Salomone on November 11, 2012 – 3:25 pm

FOURTH QUARTER

15:00 — Giants begin fourth quarter with the ball on Cincinnati’s 38.

14:19 — Giants are unable to convert a fourth-and-4, turning the ball over on downs.

11:39 — Andre Brown rushes up the left sideline for 17 yards, the Giants’ longest play of the game.

10:55 — Manning gets strip-sacked and Cincinnati recovers on New York’s 41.

8:08 — Ramses Barden hauls in his second catch for 10 yards. Before today, Barden hadn’t caught a pass since Week 4.

2:50 — TOUCHDOWN GIANTS. Andre Brown leaps in for his seventh touchdown of the season. XP is GOOD. CINCINNATI 31, NEW YORK 13 (Drive: 13 plays, 98 yards in 5:22)

*Brown has 65 yards on seven attempts.

FINAL: BENGALS 31, GIANTS 13


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7 Responses to “4TH QTR: Brown notches seventh rush TD”

  1. By Brigida on Nov 11, 2012 | Reply

    They turned off the game @ Buffalo Wild Wings and put on the Saints. I guess they can’t stand to watch either.

  2. By Ted Montgomery on Nov 11, 2012 | Reply

    The Giants should be ashamed for taking a paycheck after a game like today. An awful effort on both sides of the ball. They played like a team needing a bye week. It seems like just another November funk, but very frustrating for fans. Distcusting! I can’t believe that after last week they could be even worse this week.

    Ted M.

  3. By tim on Nov 11, 2012 | Reply

    the aura around the offense is gone. there is no positive energy. i think management should give Cruz a new deal..

  4. By christopher babycos on Nov 11, 2012 | Reply

    The main problem here is the defense. An offense can have a slump as long as the defense is solid. That has not been the case in years. The defense consistently relies on Eli Manning and the offense to score points especially at the end of games. The defense is full of superstars who are definitely not playing up to their potential and are not functioning as a unit. Perry Fewells defense is not the aggressive style that historically the Giants have had. Teams have no fear of the defense. His schemes are not effective.Teams know that Fewell will focus on only one aspect of the game. If Fewell focuses on the run, teams reach record highs in the passing game. If Fewell focuses on the pass, teams reach record highs on the ground. He needs to understand that teams both run and pass and adjust the defense to be consistent against both. They don’t have to be the number one defensive unit in the league just be consistent. Teams do not respect our defense at all. Both Green Bay and the Saints will exploit the defense yet again if changes are not made.

  5. By hiltz006 on Nov 12, 2012 | Reply

    The main problem is not the defense. The OFFENSE has been in a 3 game slump if you really look at it. If the defense wasn’t producing as many turnovers as they have they would of lost more games.

    Osi – bench him. He likes to run his mouth, BUT HE IS TERRIBLE. ZERO PRODUCTION.

    Bradshaw – bench him. The great fumbler. ITS ABOUT TIME ANDRE BROWN RAN THE BALL INSTEAD OF BRADSHAW.

  6. By jimmyp on Nov 12, 2012 | Reply

    Andre Brown needs to be the no. 1 back. He has proven that he is the better runner. He averaged over 9 yds./carry yesterday and scored the only TD. When will the coaches figure that out. As far as the defense, if you give any QB in this league that much time to pass they will eat up any defense period.

  7. By D on Nov 13, 2012 | Reply

    Brown gets it done. Bradshaw does not. Give Brown more play time!!!

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