Add it to the tab. Giants collect another loss after embarrassing performance against the Chargers.
Okay, so Mike Glennon wasn’t terrible, but the Giants are terrible, so therefore the situation still stinks. I was pleasantly surprised the Giants even scored 21 points, but man is this just painful to watch. Glennon took the field and tallied 191 yards in the air, tossing two touchdowns and rushing for one on is own. On the flipside, he also lost two balls, one by interception, one by fumble. The defense was completely outmatched. The offense looks lost. The glaring holes are more than visible. The Giants are back to being bad, but worse than bad. It's comical!
Chargers 37, Giants 21
Games like this make you sick. Not because of the loss, but because of the lack of competency in the organization. The Giants got to look at what they could've had. I.E. Justin Herbert. The young gun slinger had a field day today, going 23-for-31 with 275 yards and 3 touchdowns. Herbert was selected 6th overall in the 2020 draft. The Chargers have prospered since getting him. The Giants have not.
It's unfortunate that this is what the season has come to. I understand the injuries are one thing, but the product on the field today is flat out embarrassing. Fans are pissed, and former players are even more disappointed.
QB Mike Glennon: 191 yards 2 TD, 1 INT, 1 Fumble. 7 yards rush, 1 TD | 18.34 points
RB Saquon Barkley: 16 car. 64 yards rush, 3 rec. 31 yards receiving |18.5 points
RB Devontae Booker: 8 car. 56 yards rush, 4 rec. 28 yards receiving |12.4 points
FB Elijhaa Penny: 1 car. 8 yards rush, 1 rec. 3 yards receiving, 1 TD | 10.1 points
WR Kenny Golladay: 2 rec. 15 yards | 3.5 points
WR Sterling Shepard: 2 rec. 27 yards | 4.7 points
TE Evan Engram: 1 rec. 8 yards | 1.8 points
TE Kyle Rudolph: 2 rec. 66 yards | 8.6 points
Defense + Special Teams: 2 sacks, 37 PA | - 4 points
K Graham Gano: 1/1 XP | 1 points
Bets and Odds
Chargers -10.5 ✓
Chargers Moneyline ✓
NYG/LAC Under 43.5 ✓ X
It doesn’t get easier for the Giants. They will face the Cowboys next Sunday, who have pretty much locked up the NFC East. Get ready for some more pain.