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4TH QTR: Redskins take over

Posted by Dan Salomone on December 3, 2012 – 10:57 pm

FOURTH QUARTER

London Fletcher, Martellus Bennett15:00 — Redskins begin fourth quarter with the ball on the New York 41.

11:37 — TOUCHDOWN REDSKINS. Griffin to Garcon for 8 yards. XP is GOOD. WASHINGTON 17, NEW YORK 16 (Drive: 12 plays, 86 yards in 6:38)

9:57 — The Redskins get the first sack of the game, taking Eli Manning down for a loss of 7. Giants are forced to punt.

6:23 — Giants defense holds on third-and-20. Eli Manning and the offense take over on their own 20.

*Penalties mounting for the Giants — nine for 73 yards.

0:00 — REDSKINS 17, GIANTS 16


Posted in Game Day | 19 Comments »


19 Responses to “4TH QTR: Redskins take over”

  1. By Joe on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Kevin Gilbride should be fired for that 3rd and long call that gave the ball to Wash

  2. By Rich on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Another terrible effort by the Giants against a div rival
    The coached really suck, can’t score a touchdown. What a waste of time watching them.

  3. By Jorge on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    A very tough loss. The offense has to find a way to get in the endzone. Field goals aren’t cutting it.

  4. By Anonymous on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    This respect the Giants D has for the rookie is too much! It’s turned into fear! They played scared in the second half!

  5. By kevingilbridesucks on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Kevin Gilbride needs to get fired. How many 3rd and longs are you going to throw passes? Giants would of won with a real OC.

  6. By Jovi on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    This respect the Giants D has for the rookie is too much! It’s turned into fear! They played scared in the second half!

  7. By kevingilbridesucks on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Short passes*

  8. By johaff on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    WHEN WILL THE GIANTS WAKE UP AND REALIZE THE GILBRAND IS A LOUSY COORDINATOR. WHAT KIND OF PLAY CALLING IS A RUNNING PLAY WITH A FOUR AND 20 AND THE GAME ON THE LINE. THIS SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPEN – IT’S TIME TO GET SOMEONE ONE WHO HAS MORE IMAGINATION FLAIR. THIS WAS APPALLING AND IF THE GIANTS DON’T WIN THE DIVISION IT WILL BE ON HIS SHOULDERS.

  9. By Jorge on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    WR’s need to stop dropping balls

  10. By Rich on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with johaff, so many people have said the same thing. Killdrive is the worst ever and they stay with him.
    Fewel isn’t any better

  11. By scottsiv on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    Kevin Gilbride is absolutly terrible.Horrendous play calling,and the defense,I dont think Perry Fuels much Better.I dont see them Making the playoffs with the schedule they hav left

  12. By cRY bABY on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    Giants play very sloppy………..hope they continue the trend

  13. By Phillip Tripp on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    Beyond the fact that this was a truly stunning lackluster performance, the worst thing is that you now have perpetuated the ongoing pathetic Zietgist of a truly overated team and Quarterback with the skins…You all should have rubbed their pompus overated asses in it…they are a over-hyped 500 team…Sadly, aint gonna be no Super Bowl for the G Men this year …good luck with the rest of the Schedule…how do you spell Swansong…

  14. By Phillip Tripp on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    Turn out the lights Giants…it over baby..Wow!

  15. By Phillip Tripp on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    Fact of the matter was, Eli was on tonight. Razor sharp passes and recievers that dont have the balls to catch it over the middle, like Cruz. And what happened to the rest of the team? Seven penalties or something? Ridiculous. Did you all go out and get blasted last night in DC? The shame is, besides being in the hole now with your schedule, you made an average team look like champions…I am ashamed to be a Giants fan…Good Bye!!!

  16. By Rock Head on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    The Jints were totally unprepared for what the ‘skins brought. They cannot finish drives. The receivers turn and run before they catch. The ELIte QB still can’t get a play off before getting clocked. This is the first NYG game ever that I have turned off before the game clock read 00:00. It was THAT painful to watch.

  17. By joe d on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with the majority. Gilbride has to go . They have plays to go 80 yards but not the last 20 into the endzone.Why is that so hard Kevin?

  18. By Bozgib on Dec 4, 2012 | Reply

    I know they won’t admit it, but the defense was playing scared, on their.heels (if not their knees) most of the night. Respect for a talented opponent is a good thing, but c’mon girls…. Tighten up whatever straps need tightening and play football. It doesn’t help when your entire defense, led by the coaches, build their opponent up to be a living legend. Stop whining and grow a pair. And red zone offense WTF… If just one of those FGs was a TD, it’ s a whole different game.

  19. By loyalfan on Dec 6, 2012 | Reply

    to phillip tripp, oh boohoo, waaa..waaa..waaa..
    im sure true giant fans wont be sorry if you leave the ranks, you dont know football or bona fide talent! but if the giants hold on im sure we will hear from you and how your their biggest fan! show some loyalty and man up when
    you lose..anybody can be a good fan when things are going great!

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