November 2020

Dalton Del Don recaps Giants vs. Bengals from Week 12.

The ?Giants earned their third straight win -- a first such trend since they ripped off a trio of victories amid a six-game streak from Oct. 16 to Nov. 27 during the 2016 season -- with Sunday's 19-17 win over the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

Monday, Nov. 30

Daniel Jones left the Giants' 19-17 win against the Bengals early with a hamstring injury.

It was a nice Sunday for Joe Judge and the New York Giants - except for Daniel Jones' hamstring injury. New York moved into a tie for first in the NFC East with a 19-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Giants lost their starting quarterback when Jones got hurt in the second half. Jones passed for 213 yards in New York's third straight win.

John Mara finally got the meaningful December football that he so badly wanted. But how meaningful is it really going to be if the Giants don't have Daniel Jones?

The Cincinnati Bengals started the season with a hot-shot rookie quarterback and lots of hope. Now they're going with a quarterback who was on the practice squad two weeks ago, and with five games left they remain stuck on last year's win total - two. In short, it's shaping up to be another typical Bengals year.

Giants head coach Joe Judge didn’t say much about quarterback Daniel Jones‘ right hamstring injury other than that the team will wait for a Monday MRI to determine next steps for their offense. While Judge didn’t say much publicly, Jordan Raanan of reports that the initial belief is that Jones has a “pretty bad” [more]

The Giants defeated the Bengals Sunday 19-17 and in the process, took over first place in the NFC East, but as Evan Engram said after the game, "it wasn't a very good looking win."

After the New York Giants lost their starting quarterback, they held off a late rally by the Joe Burrow-less Cincinnati Bengals. Daniel Jones went out with a hamstring injury in the second half of New York's 19-17 win on Sunday. The Giants' third straight victory put them at 4-7 after they lost the first five under new coach Joe Judge.

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