Filter out the string of salty words, and defensive end Derek Wolfe's take on what happened was pretty clear: It simply wasn't the Denver Broncos' night. Tread carefully, though, on accusing Wolfe and the mistake-prone Broncos of overlooking the struggling New York Giants, who snapped a five-game skid with a shocking 23-10 win over heavily favored Denver on Sunday. ''It wasn't like, 'Oh, they're 0-5 and we're going to overlook them,''' Wolfe said.

It was a wipe-out all right, just not the one expected by just about everyone outside the New York Giants. "I don't think anyone picked us to win this game," Eli Manning said after the Giants' first victory Sunday night, a 23-10 romp of the Denver Broncos in a prime-time stunner. Manning called it "a special win" for a reeling team that was without six starters a week after losing three wide receivers to season-ending injuries, including star Odell Beckham Jr.

Another week and more prominent injuries in the NFL as Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers headlined the casualty list. The latest was a potential season-ending injury to Packers quarterback Rodgers, who broke his right collarbone early in the first quarter of Sunday's 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Also getting injured on a similar hit was Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, who was knocked out in the second quarter of a 38-33 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Eli Manning ignored the loss of four wide receivers, and the reeling New York Giants capped a stormy week of injuries and infighting by stunning the Denver Broncos 23-10 on Sunday night. The Giants (1-5) pulled off one of the season's biggest upsets by dominating Denver in every phase from start to finish. The Broncos (3-2) blew a golden opportunity to close in on Kansas City in the AFC West after the Steelers knocked off the last unbeaten team in the league earlier Sunday.

It was a wipe-out all right, just not the one expected by just about everyone outside the New York Giants. ''I don't think anyone picked us to win this game,'' Eli Manning said after the Giants' first victory Sunday night, a 23-10 romp of the Denver Broncos in a prime-time stunner. Manning called it ''a special win'' for a reeling team that was without six starters a week after losing three wide receivers to season-ending injuries, including star Odell Beckham Jr.

Rarely does a victory leave a team asking more questions of itself than a loss. Winning should mean things are going well and the team is coming together. Without Odell Beckham Jr., with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie suspended and with head coach Ben McAdoo handing off play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan, the Giants looked better on Sunday Night Football than they have all season.

Veteran sportscaster Al Michaels compared the struggles of an NFL team to Harvey Weinstein, a man who allegedly sexually assaulted dozens of women over more than two decades — and Michaels, predictably, apologized shortly thereafter. The moment came on during NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcast of the Giants-Broncos game. The winless Giants have been experiencing a run of bad luck this season, but Michaels found a questionable metaphor for the team's difficult run.

Veteran sportscaster Al Michaels compared the struggles of an NFL team to Harvey Weinstein, a man who allegedly sexually assaulted dozens of women over more than two decades — and Michaels, predictably, apologized shortly thereafter. The moment came on during NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcast of the Giants-Broncos game. The winless Giants have been experiencing a run of bad luck this season, but Michaels found a questionable metaphor for the team's difficult run. "I mean, let's face it. The Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein," Michaels quipped after Big Blue took a 14-point lead over the 3-1 Broncos. The Giants did, indeed, have a bad week, what with injuries to stars Odell

The Giants are looking for their first win of the season, and early on, they look up to the task against the Broncos at Mile High. Updates Fourth quarter: Giants 20, Broncos 3 Demaryius Thomas picked up a first down on fourth-and-5, but then Janoris Jenkins stripped the ball. Eli Apple was there to recover it. And to make matters worse for the Broncos, Emmanuel Sanders is out for the game with an ankle injury. Third quarter: Giants 20, Broncos 3 The Giants tried to match the Broncos with their own blocked field goal attempt. Sunday Night Football, y’all! Third quarter: Giants 20, Broncos 3 A 53-yard field goal attempt for a kicker who has struggled this year? What could possibly go wro— Yep.

Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian has returned for the second half after hurting his left shoulder while trying to make a tackle against the New York Giants. Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian hurt his left shoulder while diving to stop an interception return for a touchdown and is questionable to return. After being picked off by New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins, Siemian lunged to stop him down the sideline late in the first half.

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