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Giants Beat Cardinals 31-27

In a wild game, the Giants clawed back to beat the Cardinals 31-27. After being down 27-17, the Giants scored two touchdowns, one to Jake Ballard, one to Hakeem Nicks, in about a minute and a half to win the game. This Giants team has some pluck.

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6 Responses to “Giants Beat Cardinals 31-27”

  1. uconnjoec says:

    100% floored…

  2. PC says:

    wow what a come back and the Cowgirls and Eagles both lose!!!! welcome to first place!

  3. Chris says:

    A little sloppy but I’ve seen worse. Cruz has to fight for yards like Wells and Bradshaw. Stop taking a dive. Need to finish tackles – Webster and Grant both looked weak on one play. Nicks very involved and that’s good. Eli no Int’s again. Time to come home and keep up the winning ways. I hope Baas is allright. Boothe at center scares me.

  4. E dub says:

    Any one have any news on baas?

  5. Joe P says:

    This was a TREMENDOUS win. It was one they needed, and by some stroke of micracle, they got it.

    This team LOVES this stadium. I wish we could play all of our away games here.

    Game balls have to go to Nicks, Eli, and I cant believe I’m writing this… JAKE BALLARD! Eli was able to run another come from behind drive in the 4th quarter. I believe this marks number 18 for him in his career.

    With very little reservations, we should all be pumped about this. Our team is finally showing positive signs of life with good Quarterback play, execution at WR (FINALLY), and a strong defensive front.

    I’m not going to say the Cards are a top tier team, but they are definitely a “bubble” team, just like the Giants. A win over them does a bunch to build credibility, and keeps us going in the win column. Realistically, the Giants should sweep all the NFC west opponnets. If they do, they are setup the best possible way for the long haul in the second half.

    Smile… we won.

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