New York Giants clinched a much needed win in Week 12, helping them defend 13-7 victory over Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium.
Under Freddie Kitchens, little has changed in terms of offensive production. However, Patrick Graham’s unit was dominant, completely eliminating Philly’s air raid and was forced to reverse 4 times.
There’s still a lot of room for the Giants to improve, but at least a week away, their fans can taste victory over a similarly ranked competitor and feel satisfied.
Here are the totals for the Giants’ fourth win of the season.
Unpleasant moments: 60
Defensive shooting: sixty seven
Special Team Snapshot: 19
Nothing really stands out on the offensive side other than Chris Myarick’s 40% of tackles. That’s because Kyle Rudolph and Kaden Smith are both absent due to injury.
In defence, rookie Aaron Robinson was pushed to a much larger role due to injury. He played with mixed results but it was enough for the Giants to win.
In the end, even though he was activated again, Oshane Ximines was limited to only a single special party.
https://giantswire.usatoday.com/2021/11/29/new-york-giants-philadelphia-eagles-week-12-offense-defense-special-teams-snap-counts/ Fouls, Defenses and Special Teams