It could have been too juicy. Instead, it dries like a turkey on a 4-day Thanksgiving.
It could have been more drops of the usual venom flowing from the giant-eagle competition. Instead, the Giants are so sad that they manage to suck life out of so many exciting scenarios and turn the game into another Sunday that needs to be filled with vengeance vibrations, as Giants fans o. so that they can hope to enter and exit their community. Too many insults from MetLife Stadium.
Do you remember how the 2020 season ended? The Giants did their job by beating the Cowboys as they learned that their 6-10 record could be good enough to win in the NFC East. All the giants needed for that was the Eagles ’victory over Washington that day.
The Eagles had a real chance at the Giants until Doug Pederson decided to remove his foot from the gas pedal and not give his team the best shot to win. He replaced midfielder Jalen Hurts for the seldom-used Nate Sadfeld, the Eagles were defeated, the Washington Division won, and the Giants were furious and angry. Very angry, in fact, that coach Joe Judj tore up the eagles without mentioning his name after admitting the next day that the giants had to do their own business.
“As the head coach of the New York Giant Club, we will never do that, so as not to disrespect the game by not playing for 60 minutes and doing what you can to help the players win,” the referee said. at the time.
Pederson was fired a few days after the fiasco. When the judge asked about it last week, he didn’t fall off the line of memory with any of this. He has a lot for himself because his team is protesting.
Surprisingly, the hopes the giants had created by winning two of the three games were dashed as soon as they left Farewell Week. They were 30-10 in the Gulf of Tampa and were so upset with the ball that a day after the game, the referee fired attacking coordinator Jason Garrett. Senior Assistant Assistant Freddie Kitchens (and the Browns ’former head coach) are expected to take over and call up the games, although the referee has revealed that Garrett has been replaced and will talk about the joint effort.
No one expects any miracles.
“It’s too late to say it’s a new beginning. Do you understand what I mean?” said receiver Kenny Golladay. “I think you can say ‘get on the road’, if we get on the road, we can scratch and turn off that last game. Let’s get on the road, I said that.” It’s not a new beginning, we’re just getting started. ”
The Eagles (5-6) have won two games in a row and three in the last four, taking part in the NFC wild card contest. They could chase the Cowboys (7-4) in the NFC East, which would be something given that it would be a rebuilding season in Philadelphia. The Giants (3-7) aren’t going anywhere and once again putting all their attacking playmakers on the field, newcomer Kadarius Tony is on the dubious list, while Sterling Shepard and Kyle Rudolf are out of the game.
The Giants have averaged 18.9 points this season, with Garrett scoring in 2020 after averaging 17.5 points. A lot can change in a few days.
“It doesn’t always have to be some kind of nice game or game designed to take me into space or take our wide receiver alone,” Saquon Barkley said. “They can make as many plans as they want and draw it beautifully, but it doesn’t matter if we’re all on the field as a whole and playing as a team.”