Game recap: giants lose to bengals, still lead nfc east, by ari glass
Game Recap: Giants Lose toBengals, Still Lead NFC East by Ari Glass
Sunday, November 11th, marked the second loss in a rowfor the New York Giants, this time to the CincinnatiBengals. The game ended 31-13, with the Giants headinginto their Week 11 bye week. Giants fans remainsteadfastly optimistic in the Super Bowl XLIIChampions, who maintain a 6-4-0 score and first placerank in the National Football Conference’s East division.
No doubt last Sunday’s loss to the third-place rankedAmerican Football Conference North division team theBengals stung a little bit. The Bengals ended a four-gamelosing streak against the Giants, and their quarterbackAndy Dalton threw a career high of four touchdownpasses, each time to a different receiver.
The Giants’ Eli Manning threw two interceptions and lost a fumble for the team. Manning failed to throw a touchdown pass for his third game in a row on Sunday, marking his longest touchdown pass drought since his 2004Capture of Eli Manning in a public serviceannouncement by the U.S. Departmentof Health & Human Services. (Public- rookie season. Regardless, Giants fansdomain image courtesy of Wikipedia.) remain confident that the team can patch holes in their offense and defense and come back as strong as ever in Week 12.
About the Author:Part-time sports blogger Ari Glass covers hisfavorite teams, the New York Giants and the NewYork Knicks, outside of his fulltime job as ManagingMember of Boothbay Family OfficeManagement, LLC. Find his blogs atwww.ariglassgiantsblog.com andwww.ariglassknicksblog.com